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Eagan Hosts Community Blood Drive

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The city of Eagan is hosting a community blood drive Thursday.

The drive takes place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday at the Eagan Community Center.

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Trial Resumes Thursday for Accused Mendota Heights Cop Killer

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Opening statements in the trial of Brian Fitch Sr., who is accused of fatally shooting a Mendota Heights police officer, are set to start Thursday.

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Autopsy Reveals What Happened in Apple Valley Murder-Suicide

Inver Grove Heights Road Plan Places Long-Time Residents’ Homes at Risk

Some Inver Grove Heights homeowners are learning about the price of progress.

Leaders of the fast-growing suburb say the roads there now just won't cut it in the future, which is why they're focusing on Argenta Trail. Soon, the Inver Grove Heights City Council will look at plans to change the path, and that could mean big changes for people living around the road.

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Shoplifting at Twin Cities Premium Outlets Keeps Eagan Police Busy

Twin Cities Premium Outlets has been open just over five months, and it’s already causing the city of Eagan to change some things.

Shoplifters have forced the police department to change how it patrols.

Zip Rail Project Planners Release More Details on Proposal

Transportation officials are making their case for a new, high-speed rail line in Minnesota.

The Zip Rail would run between Rochester and the Twin Cities. The plan would have the train make a 100-mile trip in 45 to 50 minutes and travel at speeds up to 186 mph.

Light Snow Leaves Metro Highways Wet, Side Roads Covered

Light snow Tuesday night left side streets covered and metro area highways mostly wet.

Track the latest traffic conditions here.

KSTP Morning Chief Meteorologist Ken Barlow says the accumulating snow is over and only flurries remain Wednesday morning.