Parents will live in another state while their children move to Minnesota to play hockey. It may sound extreme, but schools say it’s happening. Now, some college students are calling on lawmakers to crack down.
A 95-year-old Bloomington woman is retiring from Target after 45 years on the job. Jeanne Brouillet started with the company as a cashier in 1968 at a Target store in Bloomington. She moved to the Edina location in 1973 where she’s worked ever since.
It’s that time of year. Playoff season.
Friday and Saturday marks the semifinal round for sections in all seven classes around Minnesota. It means teams are one win away from playing for a trip to the state playoffs. It’s what every player who puts on pads in August dreams about.
The Edina City Council approved a multi-million dollar expansion to Braemar Arena, and that means an outdoor ice rink, and a dome for sports such as soccer and football. But is it good news for all athletes?
Some of the state’s finest officers with four legs showed off their skills as a part of a fundraiser Saturday in St. Paul. The group “Vested Interest in K-9s” raises money to provide K-9 officers bullet- and stab-protective vests. Krischel Estrella of Vested Interest says vests can cost nearly $3,000 each, so fundraisers make a big difference for local departments.
The father of the 9-year-old boy who stowed away on a flight to Las Vegas is now speaking out, as his son is reportedly on his way back to Minnesota. The father did not want his name or face revealed, because his son is a minor, and according to a CNN source, the boy was being returned “because the jurisdiction where the boy is from is where issues will be addressed.”
So often at a school, it’s the principal, teacher or a faculty member who’s getting recognized for helping kids. But in the Wayzata’s Central Middle School, a janitor is getting special homecoming honors for steering kids in the right direction.
Fairview Southdale in Edina is embracing technology and putting a team of robots to work inside patients’ rooms. The robots eliminate hard-to-kill germs and viruses that can linger in a room, even after it’s been cleaned, and tests show they’re effective in reducing the number of infections that people get in hospitals.
There’s always that one week in the football season that means a little more than all the rest. You’ve put in the practice time, you’ve been in the weight room and you’ve watched the film. It’s time to go out under the lights and get that big victory.
The Edina Police Department reminded residents Tuesday to take preventative measures against burglary after three homes were burglarized in the area last week.
Whether it’s school or play, you want your kids to look their very best. From fedora hats to prints of all flavors, here’s latest in kid’s fall fashion. Pacifier helped show WCCO the top attire, with stores located in northeast Minneapolis, downtown Minneapolis and Edina.
It’s another big week in high school football across the Twin Cities as now every team has a game under their belt and tangible film to look at. Now we’re in Week 2. Some teams are looking to build on a successful opening win, while others are hoping to celebrate their first win of the fall.
For as many as 21 Minnesota football teams, they’ve been practicing for two full weeks now, and all that hard work will be on display Friday night. It’s “Zero Week” in prep football around the state, meaning that high school football is already kicking off officially.
Two months after storms slammed the Twin Cities, downed and weakened trees are still getting in the way. In an area of undeveloped land that sits right on the border of Edina, St. Louis Park and Minneapolis, the storms knocked down several trees, and the city of Minneapolis decided to post “no trespassing” signs.
School is not back in session yet, but custodians had to be called in over the weekend to clean up a school in Edina after being hit by vandals. Police said sometime overnight on Sunday, someone spray painted messages on the side of South View Middle School in Edina.
You’ll probably have to go back a long way in the history books to figure out the last time Eden Prairie lost two football games in a season, much less a regular season. Losing the last two games of the year heading into the 2012 postseason gave the Eagles plenty of fuel as they rebounded for five straight wins on the way to another state championship.
Edina Police are warning residents to lock their vehicles and remove valuables after a summer spike in thefts.
Edina Mayor Jim Hovland called into the WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee Tuesday morning.
Authorities are looking for a man who they believe attempted to break into an ATM machine in Edina back in the middle of May. He was spotted by surveillance video at about 8:20 p.m. on May 15 trying to break into at ATM inside a bank near 69th and France.
Authorities said nobody was injured but a home is likely a total loss after a large fire in Edina late Monday night. Crews were called to a residence on the 6600 block of Kenney Place at around 10:30 p.m. Monday.
Hundreds of artists from around the country are in the west Twin Cities metro this weekend for the annual Edina Art Fair. It’s one of the biggest art events in Minnesota. The 47th annual Edina Art Fair gets started at about 10 a.m. Friday and goes through the weekend.
Ron Schara joined John Hines on the WCCO Morning News Thursday to talk about wildlife becoming established in our neighborhoods.
Ten Twin Cities high school students are in Phoenix competing for more than $3 million in the 2013 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Yosemite National Park officials are bringing in two more dog teams to help search for a missing hiker whose last known destination was a waterfall where three young people were swept to their deaths two years ago.