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Burnsville Considers New Rules for Food Trucks

Food trucks in Burnsville could be regulated under new city rules.

Today, Burnsville's ordinances don't address mobile vendors, like food trucks, which are stationary for several hours and move daily, according to the city. Also, the ordinances have inconsistent regulations regarding right-of-way for food trucks.

Allied Recycling Offers text Alerts to Customers

Allied Waste is offering text alerts if weather conditions or a holiday causes a delay in your recycling pick up? 

Customers can now have text alerts sent to their phone to let them know if there are any service delays from Allied Waste. 

Just text Allied to 292929 to start receiving these alerts.

Mr. Hockey Finalists Announced

The finalists have been announced for the 2013 Mr. Hockey Award. 

Good Conditions Expected for Trails by Candlelight

Dakota County Parks expects good conditions for this weekend's Trails by Candlelight event after our recent snowfalls.

'Steel Magnolias' Opens in Fridley

High School Principal Paid to Resign in West St. Paul

The West St. Paul-Mendota Heights-Eagan school district disclosed few details Wednesday explaining why the long-time principal at Henry Sibley High School abruptly resigned.

Robin Percival, the school's principal, resigned from her job following a separation agreement reached Monday with the school district, according to the district.

Friends Used Fake Traveler's Checks at Burnsville Center, Police say

Authorities say two friends spent hundreds of dollars in counterfeit traveler's checks while shopping at the Burnsville Center mall. 

The man and woman allegedly began their shopping spree last week at three stores, where they spent a total of $500 in counterfeit traveler's checks, according to a Dakota County criminal complaint.