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Mosquito Control Helicopters Begin Treating Problem Sites in Metro

Before mosquitos have time to hatch, help is on the way for Minnesotans.

The Metropolitan Mosquito Control District began helicopter treatments on Tuesday. The state is home to over 50 different mosquito species. The helicopters will treat around 1,500 acres of large breeding sites to prevent larvae from growing into biting adults.

West. St. Paul Students to Plant Trees at Schools, Homes Ahead of Earth Day

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Tuesday is Earth Day, but some West St. Paul students aren't waiting for it to come around.

On Monday, students from Garlough Environmental Magnet School will be planting trees at the school and at their homes.

Twin Cities Mothers Combat Postpartum Depression

Motherhood is supposed to be one of the most rewarding and joyful roles, but often the first couple of months after having a new baby, moms are exhausted and emotional. For one in five women, the "baby blues" lasts much too long, turning into postpartum depression.

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.

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.