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New Batch of Snow Puts Outdoor Activities on Hold

Mick McGuire is the owner of McGuire Nursery and Landscaping. But because of the recent snow he's not doing much landscaping. Instead, he and his crew are still doing snow removal.  

"It does kind of throw a wrench into the whole thing, It sure does," McGuire said.

Some Parking Restrictions in Effect in the Metro

The following snow emergency and parking restrictions went into effect Thursday:

Mendota Heights

The city has declared a snow emergency.

The alert went into effect at 9:25 a.m. Thursday.

It will remain in effect until all streets are plowed full width, the city reported.

St. Louis Park

No Charges in Deadly Fight Between Roommates in Eagan

A man accused of fighting with his roommate last January in their Eagan apartment will not face criminal charges in his roommate's subsequent death.

Hastings Police Look for Help Identifying Suspect

The Hastings Police Department wants help identifying the person in this picture.

They say he’s suspected of fraudulent use of a credit card at a Hastings business.

If you recognize the person in the picture, contact the Hastings Police Department Investigation Division at (651) 480-2300.

District 196 students lead the way to state speech tourney

District 196 students lead the way to state speech tourney

DAKOTA COUNTY – Students representing the Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan Public Schools won 35 of the 39 qualifying spots at the Section 3AA tournament and will be competing for medals at the State Speech Tournament for Class AA schools on Friday, April 19 at Blaine High School.<?xml:namespa

Father Charged after Toddler Found Wandering in Hastings

A Hastings father was charged Tuesday after a toddler was found wandering alone in the street holding two alcoholic beverages.

Robert Rassett, 42, is charged with one count of child neglect and one count of child endangerment, both gross misdemeanors.

Teen Arrested After Crime Spree

Cottage Grove Police are reminding residents to lock their cars and their doors after they say a 17-year-old boy went on a three-day crime spree.