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Burnsville Fire Department Looks to Improve Response Times


The City of Burnsville has changed a lot since the birth of its fire department in 1991. An increase in population, traffic and emergency calls has added to increased response times.

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A Look Inside the Twin Cities Premium Outlets in Eagan

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The Twin Cities Premium Outlets are coming together in Eagan.

The City of Eagan recently went inside the 440,000 square-foot development to get a look around.

Reward Offered for Information in Death of Iowa Woman Found in Minn.

Authorities are looking for additional information in the death of an Iowa woman, whose body was found in rural Dakota County earlier this month.

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Met Council Seeks Public Input for Long-Range Transportation Plan

The Metropolitan Council is updating the Twin Cities' long-range Transportation Policy Plan to accommodate an expected population increase and it's asking for residents to give their input.

Suspect Still at Large after Bank Robberies in Maple Grove, Burnsville

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Police are investigating two separate bank robberies that may involve the same suspect.

Maple Grove police were called to the Wells Fargo Bank on Sycamore Lane North around 5:36 p.m. Tuesday on a report of a robbery. Employees say the suspect showed them a note and that they gave him an undisclosed amount of money. He then fled toward Bass Lake Center.

65 Suspected Heroin Dealers in Minn. Arrested in 'Operation Exile'

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Officials say they've struck at the heart of international drug cartels trafficking heroin in Minnesota.

It's hard to overstate the human toll the drug is taking in Minnesota; it's caused families to endure so much pain -- both physical and emotional. Officials hope Thursday's massive operation helps turn the tide in the fight against the terrible drug.