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Eagan Man Dies after Skateboarding Accident

A 19-year-old Eagan man died Tuesday night after a skateboarding accident in St. Paul.

Police were called to the accident at Carroll and Prior avenues around 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Officers arrived to find Gunnar Miller with a severe head injury, according to Sgt. Paul Paulos.

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Minnesota Cold Weather Rule Starts Wednesday

As the temperatures drop, Minnesota’s Cold Weather Rule takes effect. Starting Oct. 15, eligible energy customers who may have trouble paying their energy bills will be protected from having their service disconnected.

Eagan Man Charged for Taking Pictures of Girls, Posting Online

A 20-year-old man has been charged with taking photos of juvenile girls in Eagan without their consent and posting them online.

Police were notified of the situation on Aug. 18 by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, who obtained the information while investigating an unrelated case and were able to determine the images were posted by an Eagan resident.

Eagan Police Nab Suspect in Car Break-ins at Day Cares, Gyms

Carl Bugbee - Photo: Dakota County Sheriff's Office

An Eagan man is facing felony charges after allegedly breaking into cars parked at day cares and fitness centers.

An Eagan officer was heading southbound on Nichols Avenue on Oct. 7 when he ran the plates of a car and noticed an alert had been sent out for the same type of car earlier that day.

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South St. Paul Ice Rink Evacuated after Ammonia Leak

A South St. Paul ice rink was evacuated Monday morning after an ammonia leak.

The incident happened sometime Monday morning at the Wakota Ice Arena on 6th Street, an employee confirms.

Ebola Screening Urged for MSP Airport

File Photo: Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport - KSTP File Photo

Minnesota's governor and U.S. senators are asking the federal government to screen passengers for Ebola when they arrive at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International airport.
    

$1K Reward Offered for Info on Mendota Heights Vandalism

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Police in Mendota Heights are asking the public for information after vandals hit their city for a third time.

Police say racial comments and sexual content were spray-painted on private property, and some vehicles were keyed. 

Two incidents happened back in June, and one incident happened at the end of September; the dates were June 26, June 30 and Sept. 27.