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Burnsville Teen Killed in Crash ‘Impacted a Lot of Lives’

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The Burnsville community is mourning after three siblings were involved in a car crash while taking a road trip to El Paso, Texas, last week. The crash killed 19-year-old Taylor Ziebol and left 17-year-old Shannon Ziebol and 15-year-old Adam Ziebol in critical condition.

Rosemount PD: Zero Failures in Recent Alcohol Compliance Checks

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Rosemount police say no failures were found during recent alcohol sales compliance checks at 17 establishments licensed to sell alcohol in the city.

During the compliance checks, an officer works with an underage person who attempts to purchase alcohol from a bar, restaurant, liquor store, grocery store or other licensed outlet.

Delays Expected on I-35E in Burnsville, Eagan

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Motorists next week should expect delays in both directions of Interstate 35E between Burnsville and Eagan as crews continue to repair the roadway.

On July 25, crews will shift north and southbound traffic on I-35E between Cedar Avenue and Diffley Road to the southbound side of the roadway, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Rosemount Girl Uses Fire Safety Education after Lightning Strike

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Police say a Rosemount sixth-grader put her recent fire safety education to use after a lightning strike near her home last week.

During a thunderstorm shortly before 9 a.m. on July 9, lighting struck near a home in the 2000 block of 140th Street West. The home caught on fire.

Authorities Investigate Early Morning Fires in South St. Paul

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South Metro Fire Department and South St. Paul Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the person or persons responsible for a series of fires in South St. Paul early Tuesday morning.

Fire officials say between 1 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. someone ignited or attempted to ignite about 11 fires in a four to five block area.

Congressman Kline Plans Job Fair Monday in Eagan

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More than 60 employers with current job openings - as well as service groups and schools - will participate in Congressman John Kline's career and job fair Monday, July 15.

Cost of Lowertown Ballpark Construction Causes Controversy

It's been disputed, debated and it's been a difficult sell to people in St. Paul.

But Saturday, demolition began at the site of what will be the new Saints ballpark in the Lowertown neighborhood, at the corner of 5th and Broadway.

The rising cost of the two year construction project is becoming controversial.