Two independent investigations showed no wrongdoing by city employees in their management of the Lilydale bluff that collapsed in May, killing two Peter Hobart students.
The teacher's external photography business may have been related to his firing.
Bill Hudson, former head of the Catholic high school, is taking a new job at Mounds Park Academy in Maplewood.
The City of Richfield sought another agency to handle 911 calls and selected Edina, whose city council considered the deal Tuesday.
The Shakopee restaurant reopened after hiring and training new staff.
Sneak peak at Phase III design concepts will be available for viewing this weekend at James J. Hill Days.
Tangerine House of Design owner Lisa Asp uses a combination of fundraising practices to finance the production of about 1,000 pet calendars. Proceeds go to five animal nonprofits.
Senator Warren Limmer: “Over the years, I’ve been watching where MnDOT spends money. I keep seeing resources going south. I get the impression we’re being neglected.”
A new campus that involves one-on-one instruction is opening its doors in Plymouth. The private school offers grades 6-12 courses and intensive tutoring for grades K-12.
Nominate your school for a change to win $25,000 to support supply and other cost needs.
Salt for Life is building a plant in Fargo, ND.
The team beat Hutchinson with a 8-3 win for the title in August.
The next event is Saturday in Minnetonka.
The STMA Middle School East student grew a pumpkin weighing more than 270 pounds.
Students throughout Maple Grove went back to school for the 2013-14 school year Sept. 3.
Students, parents, schools and businesses in and around Maple Grove share their thoughts on the first day of school on Twitter Sept. 3, 2013.
Seminars include protecting against identity theft and scams, calling 911 about medical concerns and more.
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