Burnsville never "runs" out of love.
The city is hosting a 5K race as part of the annual South of the River Recreators' Ground Pounders Grand Prix Running Race during "I Love Burnsville Week."
A California man is sentenced to more than five years in prison after pleading guilty to identity theft in connection to a sophisticated gas pump skimming operation that prosecutors say stretches from California to at least Minnesota.
Summer is just around the corner.
For many parents, that means planning and paying for day camps.
There's an added incentive for parents to send their kids away for a week or two; the state says too many people miss out on getting a tax break.
Spring may have come a little late this year, but here’s another sign that it’s really here.
Spring load restrictions ended May 6th in the Southeast and Metro Frost Zones. They restrictions end in the South Frost Zone on May 10th.
Classes resumed Monday morning after a school in Mendota Heights was evacuated because students weren't feeling well.
Police and Xcel Energy officials investigated Friendly Hills Middle School, 701 Mendota Heights Road, and found that an exhaust fan wasn't operational, said Carrie Hilger, school district spokeswoman.
Southbound 35W is open again Sunday in Burnsville after closing overnight Saturday between County Road 42 and the I-35 split.
Northbound lanes will remain closed until Monday morning.
Southbound 35-E closed in the same area Friday night. Those lanes will remain closed until June 2 as crews work on the bridge.
The Burnsville Police Department is investigating a stabbing Sunday.
According to Burnsville Police, officers responded to a report of a stabbing at a home in the 200 block of Burnsville Circle in the Sunny Acres manufactured home community.
The report came in at 9:27 a.m. Sunday.
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