Shopping Excelsior For Holiday GiftsCharming Excelsior has plenty of holiday gift options.
2 Women Hurt When Car Crashes Through Excelsior StoreTwo women were hurt after a car crashed into a downtown Excelsior business Saturday morning.
Burglaries On The Rise In Lake Minnetonka SuburbsA string of burglaries in the west metro have police urging residents to be on alert.
1 Year Later, Community Remembers Marine Killed In Helicopter CrashSgt. Dillon Semolina was one of 12 marines killed last year when their helicopter collided with another helicopter off the coast of Hawaii.
Hwy 7 Closes After Massive Tank Falls Off SemiThe Minnesota State Patrol says traffic is being rerouted from Highway 7 after a semi carrying a massive tank lost its load in Excelsior Wednesday morning.
9-Year-Old Dies After Being Found Unconscious In Pool At Birthday PartyDaniel Peso was at a birthday pool party at a friend’s home when he was found unconscious in the shallow end.
Fashion Week In ExcelsiorJune 17-23 is Fashion Week in Excelsior, and the week will conclude with The Runway, a fashion show highlighting the trends of lake life and and the fashions of stores on Water Street.
'Million Dollar Quartet' @ Old Log Theatre In ExcelsiorYou can see "Million Dollar Quartet" at the Old Log Theatre in Excelsior through Jan. 21. They have evening shows Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and matinees on Wednesdays and Sundays.
Best Places To Buy Water Shoes In MinnesotaWater shoes are becoming more widely used in activities where the feet are prone to getting wet. Here are five places you can find this type of shoe in Minnesota.
Crews Investigate After Excelsior Home Damaged In FireA house in Excelsior is damaged after a fire Monday night. The fire occurred Monday night in a house on the 4700 block of Spring Creek Drive.
Excellent Educator: Mary Cates From St. John's In ExcelsiorThis week's Excellent Educator is loved so much, the entire school wanted to be in on the surprise.
Excelsior Principal Sleeps On Roof After Students Reach Reading GoalsStudents at Minnewashta Elementary School in Excelsior spent a lot of time last month with their noses in books. Principal Cindy Andress challenged them to read 500,000 minutes in February. She told the kids if they met their goal, she would sleep on the school's roof.