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You may have to change your Memorial Day weekend plans if they include canoeing or kayaking down Minnehaha Creek. The recent rain caused high levels on Lake Minnetonka. As a result, water is being released into the creek to lower it. The Minnehaha Creek Watershed District warns the release is causing unsafe conditions.
Minnesota is inching closer to the rainfall record for May. That’s a good thing for Minnesota’s rivers.
Not everyone is doing a good job keeping their sidewalks clear of all of the snow we’ve gotten this winter.
There’s a new effort in Ramsey County to make more lawbreakers pay for their crimes.
As the snow continues to pile up in the Twin Cities, forecasters are getting more worried about the potential for spring flooding.
With how this winter is going, it could be a record breaker for total snowfall in the Twin Cities.
Twin Cities realtors are expecting a modest improvement in the market this year.
There’s a new coalition of business and community leaders aimed at preserving jobs in western Wisconsin. It’s called “Vision 600″ and has the goal of creating 600 job opportunities in the region over the next two years.
Minnesota’s influential state teachers union says it wants to shrink the state’s achievement gap by shrinking class sizes and focusing on early childhood education for future students.
Maplewood Police are investigating two reports of children being approached by strangers in the past 24 hours.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is taking forecasts of a snowstorm Saturday seriously.
Putting purchases onto plastic is a way of life in our consumer-driven society. And of all the credit cards issued, one-in-four Americans has the card “that pays to Discover.” The Delaware-based credit card company reported a 2009 net income of $1.3 billion.
Minnesota’s deficit for the upcoming budget cycle has grown to $6.2 billion. On the flip side, the state has a $399 million surplus in the current budget year, which ends in June.
Union leaders are speaking out against so-called “desktop raids” at two companies in South St. Paul.