Southwest LRT Project Scores Almost $1B In Federal Grant MoneyAlmost $1 billion in federal funding will help pay for a major extension of the Twin Cities light rail system.
Girls Selling Bracelets To Help Those Struggling After Unrest Have Raised $130,000Kamryn Johnson and her friends were at the Scheels in Eden Prairie. The girls started selling bracelets back in May to raise money for struggling communities after George Floyd's death.
Eden Prairie To Reopen Playgrounds Next Week, Beaches SoonA Twin Cities community is planning to reopen its playground structures next week as the state’s stay-at-home order will be lifted.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Eden Prairie Lab Pursues Easier, More Accurate COVID-19 TestThe lab is looking to more than double its current testing capacity. It hopes to process ten-percent of the Governor's Minnesota Moonshot goal of 20,000 tests each day.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Patients And Doctors Hail Gov. Tim Walz's Decision To Reopen Elective SurgeriesSo far more than 500 tests have been administered by Twin Cities Orthopedics and they have had no staff or patient test positive for COVID-19.
Twin Cities Wrestling Coach Accused Of Inappropriately Touching GirlsA Twin Cities wrestling coach is accused of inappropriately touching girls, with two victims telling investigators he touched their genitals over their clothing.
Undefeated Eden Prairie H.S. Basketball Team Misses Out On State Tournament Due To Coronavirus, But Looks For Silver LiningSeniors from an undefeated team, who would have been top-seeded in this year's state tournament, spoke with our Norman Seawright about how they're dealing with having one of the best times of their lives taken away from them.
Eden Prairie Couple Enduring Second Quarantine After Cruise Near JapanAn Eden Prairie couple who found themselves at the center of the coronavirus outbreak is back on U.S. soil as of Monday night.
Unbeaten Eden Prairie Boys’ Basketball Team On Seek-And-Destroy MissionThere is one high school basketball team in Minnesota that has not only played the most difficult schedule, but they have won every game.
Yuridia Hernandez Linares Pleads Guilty In Scam To Get Undocumented Immigrants Visas By Faking Robberies In Eden PrairieShe is currently in custody, awaiting sentencing on January 30. She faces up to 10 years in prison and/or a $20,000 fine.
K-9 Officer Finds Suspected Drunken Driver Hiding In Frozen MarshAuthorities in the southwest metro say they found a suspected drunken driver hiding in a frozen marsh after he led them on a chase late last month.