Third Graders Send Get-Well Cards To Edina Teen Struck In Hit And RunPolice are following leads trying to find the driver who hit 17-year-old Kyla Avant, who was about to get on her school bus in Edina Thursday morning. The driver was supposedly in a black Chevy Cruze or Chevy Malibu.
'Shame On You': Hit-And-Run Driver Who Struck Teen Getting On Edina School Bus Still At LargeAn Edina high school student is home recovering after being hit by a car Thursday morning.
Richfield Trying To Lure Away Uber, Lyft Drivers To End School Bus Driver ShortageIn an urgent need for more school bus drivers, Richfield’s school district calling on Uber and Lyft drivers.
No Arrest Made In Edina Elementary School Graffiti IncidentEdina police did not eventually make in arrest in a recent incident of offensive graffiti at Concord Elementary School. 
Lawsuit: Edina School Performed Unnecessary 'Strip' Search On 2nd-GraderA parent is suing a south metro school district, alleging that employees at an Edina elementary school broke district policy when they performed a body cavity “strip” search on her then second-grader.
Edina Middle School Tries ‘No Cell From Bell To Bell’ ProgramStudents at one Twin Cities middle school are putting their phones away during the school day.
Edina Teacher On Leave Amid Criminal InvestigationDistrict officials said Tuesday an Edina High School social studies teacher is on administrative leave pending a criminal investigation.
Public Weighs In On Changing St. Paul School Starting TimesSt. Paul Public Schools is considering a later start time for high school and middle school students. "Studies have been shown that they have different sleep patterns than smaller children and adults and they are better performers later on in the day," Creative Arts High School teacher Lora Healam said.
Edina Athletic Director Resigns Amid InvestigationOfficials said Tuesday that Edina High School Athletic Director John Soma has resigned after being placed on administrative leave since late August following allegations made against him, according to school district officials.