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Rain Garden How-To Workshop Offered in Burnsville

Workshops this spring will teach residents in Burnsville how to create native rain gardens in their yard.

The "Planting for Clean Water" workshops March 4 and April 9 will show participants how to build and maintain native rain gardens, which help filter storm water runoff.

Custom Ear Plugs for Band Students Helps Prevent Hearing Loss

It's a one of a kind program in Eagan that is helping prevent hearing loss in students.

Copper Street Brass Quintet Visits Fridley Middle School

Fridley Dance Team Heads to State Championships

Angry Farmington Hockey Player Suspended, He Says

A Farmington High School hockey player says he has been suspended for 10 days for scoring for the other team, flipping his middle finger at coaches and skating off the ice.

The game became tied. Minutes later, the opposing team, Chaska High School, won 3-2.

Minnesota Zoo Celebrates 35th Year

The Minnesota Zoo is turning 35 years old.

Since its inception, more than 36 million people have visited the zoo. The facility has earned acknowledgement for its tiger conservation efforts, innovative exhibits and environmental learning center, zoo officials say.

The zoo's birthday is officially May 22.

POLL: Angry Farmington Hockey Player Acted

Farmington High School hockey player Austin Krause says he has been suspended for 10 days for scoring for the other team, flipping his middle finger at coaches and skating off the ice.

The game became tied. Minutes later, the opposing team, Chaska High School, won 3-2.