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Guitars helping veterans heal in Brooklyn Park
A unique program is helping to bring hope and healing to veterans. The Brooklyn Park Veterans Center is one of two facilities in Minnesota that is taking part in the program.

June 27, 2017


Basketball camp a hit at Park Center
Park Center boys basketball coach James Ware has seen the number of players double from a couple of years ago at his youth basketball camps run through the city of Brooklyn Park.

June 27, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast June 27, 2017
Listen up! Crystal clinic has hearing reminder
Experts say that more than 48 million Americans have some degree of hearing loss. There are a number of different things people encounter every day that could contribute to the problem.

June 27, 2017


Topgolf plans could bring 500 jobs to Brooklyn Center
Topgolf estimates its planned venue could create 500 jobs, with 125 people working at its busiest shift. The facility will take over the Regal movie theater site and is expected to be ready by fall of next year.

June 27, 2017


The Liberty part of Golden Valley building boom
There is a building boom underway in the city of Golden Valley. More than 1,500 new rental apartments and townhomes are being added to the city. 

June 26, 2017


Woman leads police on high-speed chase in Brooklyn Center
A Saint Paul woman is in police custody following a high-speed chase in Brooklyn Center. The driver tried to get onto Interstate 694 from Brooklyn Boulevard when a State Patrol trooper caused the driver to spin out.

June 26, 2017

New tennis courts at Maple Grove HS
Construction of new tennis courts at Maple Grove High School is underway. The asphalt surface should be in place later this week if the weather cooperates.

June 26, 2017

Golden Valley resident named ‘person of the year’
Golden Valley resident Rose McGee is named 'person of the year' by the Rotary Club. Her sweet potato comfort pies have healed the souls of many people across the country and right here at home.

June 26, 2017

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Weekend Showcase: Stand-up paddleboarding
It's one of the fastest growing water sports on Minnesota lakes. Three Rivers Parks offers stand-up paddleboarding at Fish Lake in Maple Grove.

June 23, 2017

Youth track is a hit in District 279
While many high school sports have extensive feeder programs from the youth levels, track and field opportunities are more scarce for younger kids. This spring marked the first year for the District 279 youth track and field program, and it proved to be a hit.

June 23, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 23, 2017
Horton is a finalist for Mr. Baseball
Maple Grove pitcher and first baseman Charlie "Bubba" Horton is one of seven finalists for Minnesota's Mr. Baseball Award. The award will be presented Sunday at Target Field.

June 23, 2017


Maple Grove's Huff is an NHL draft prospect
Recent Maple Grove High School graduate Sam Huff is ranked No. 131 among North American skaters for this weekend's NHL entry draft. Huff has committed to the University of Minnesota.

June 23, 2017



New teen youth center aims to open in Crystal
A Crystal businessman hopes to offer teens skills they can use later in life, but first the project must overcome a funding issue.

June 23, 2017


Cops run to raise awareness for Special Olympics
Suburban police run with a torch to raise money and awareness as Special Olympic athletes prepare to compete.

June 23, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast June 22, 2017
Local stars set for All-Star baseball
The PlayBall Minnesota high school all-star baseball tournament is this weekend. Six teams of seniors from the class of 2017 representing their home areas will compete Friday and Saturday at Chaska Athletic Park.

June 22, 2017

School districts wrestle with budget deficits
State law requires school boards to adopt a budget by June 30 of each year. The Osseo School Board approved using reserves to cover a $4 million shortfall.

June 22, 2017

Plymouth business has customers make escape plan
If you haven't been to an escape room, chances are you've heard of one. It's becoming a hot trend all around the country, and we currently have two in the northwest metro.

June 22, 2017
In the Garden: solving fungus problems
Thanks to all the rain we've had, some gardeners are getting a workout trying to keep fungus from spreading to plants and trees.

June 22, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 21, 2017
Middle school students get unique restaurant lesson
A group of middle school students received some valuable on-the-job training today at a Plymouth restaurant. It was part of the Wooden Spoon project, which is a summer program by Intermediate School District 287.

June 21, 2017

Crystal plans major streetscape changes
A small section of one of the busiest roads in Crystal is set to get a major makeover. City officials are planning a major redesign of Bass Lake Road between Bottineau Boulevard and West Broadway.

June 21, 2017


Summer football at Osseo
The high school football season is still a couple of months away, but teams are now permitted a limited number of summer practice sessions. The Osseo Orioles are also taking part in a three-day camp at South Dakota State University.

June 21, 2017

Money Savers: free fishing lessons
For a fun and thrifty family experience look no farther than the nearest body of water.

June 21, 2017

Champlin Park falls in American Legion baseball
After finishing play in the high school season Friday, many of the Champlin Park varsity baseball players are playing American Legion baseball. The Rebels bats were mostly silent in a 3-0 loss to Fridley Tuesday night.

June 21, 2017

Bottineau LRT construction delayed 4 to 8 months
The Bottineau Light Rail project will be delayed from four to eight months. The Met Council says that instead of starting in 2018, construction won't begin until 2019.

June 20, 2017

Maple Grove chief stepping down after 40 years in fire service
The Maple Grove Fire Department will soon be looking for a new fire chief. Chief Scott Anderson is retiring after nearly 40 years with the department.

June 20, 2017
New girls basketball coach takes over at Park Center
Park Center has hired a new head girls basketball coach. Barb Metcalf spent the past nine years as the head coach at West Fargo High School.

June 20, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 20, 2017
A workout that boosts fitness, releases aggression
People looking to get fit have plenty of different options around the Twin Cities. But finding a program that's right for you can be a challenge.

June 20, 2017

Witnesses, police help save two unconscious women
Brooklyn Center police are investigating what they call a "rare and bizarre incident." Two women apparently overdosed on narcotics and were dumped out of a car and left for dead.

June 20, 2017
Wayzata tops Maple Grove in consolation baseball
After each losing in the quarterfinals, the Wayzata and Maple Grove baseball teams bounced back with wins in the consolation bracket of the state Class AAAA tournament. The Trojans and Crimson met for the consolation title, with Wayzata winning 11-3.

June 19, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 19, 2017
After 25 years, Crystal aquarium business to close
Celebrating 25 years in business is an accomplishment by any measure. It's a milestone reached last month by Aquatropics Aquarium Center in Crystal, a small business that has now announced it's closing.

June 19, 2017


Brooklyn Park youth programming leader retires
Brooklyn Park Mayor Jeff Lunde has declared this Thursday "Jan Ficken Day" in the city. Ficken, who has been part of Brooklyn Park's Recreation and Parks Department for 38 years, is retiring.

June 19, 2017

Robbinsdale police investigate rare homicide
Robbinsdale police are looking for a person who shot and killed a man sitting in a car. Police say it happened in the 5600 block of 42nd Avenue.

June 19, 2017


Plymouth softball event celebrates Lexi Kretsch
It’s a celebration of life in born out of tragedy. A softball tournament is being held at Wayzata and Minnetonka high schools to remember 16-year-old Lexi Kretsch, who was tragically killed in a car accident.

June 16, 2017
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Osseo water tower gets historic designation
It's a major victory for efforts to save Osseo's water tower. After more than four years of work, the tower has now earned special distinction: on the National Register of Historic Places.

June 16, 2017


 
Weekend Showcase features art exhibit with ocean vibe
Rena Mornson displays her colorful work and black and white portraits at the Robbin Gallery in Robbinsdale through June 24.

June 16, 2017

Benilde edges Wayzata in lacrosse semis
The Benilde-St. Margaret’s boys lacrosse team built a 6-1 halftime lead and held on for a 6-5 win over Wayzata in the semifinals of the state tournament.

June 16, 2017

Meet the owners of area’s most identifiable cars
They are called art cars, and they travel to parades and car shows all around the Midwest. Owners say everyday is a parade as they drive home to garages in Crystal and Robbinsdale.

June 16, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast June 15, 2017
After the storm: what homeowners need to watch out for
Brooklyn Park officials are getting calls from residents and contractors about storm repairs. Officials say businesses need solicitation or peddlers licenses.

June 15, 2017

Plymouth seeks to improve dangerous interchange
Plymouth is looking for help to improve the intersection of I-494 and Rockford Road.

June 15, 2017
Dudley softball tournament preview
The 35th annual Dudley-Budweiser Classic men’s slowpitch softball tournament returns to Brooklyn Center this weekend. It’s also the last year for longtime tournament director Warren Bellm of New Hope.

June 15, 2017

Plymouth mom is a book cover photographer
A local Plymouth photographer and artist has shot hundreds of book covers in and around the area. She's a mom who got bored shooting portrait photography.

June 15, 2017

Wayzata boys golf wins state tournament
The Wayzata boys golf team won the seventh state championship in program history, edging Minnetonka by two shots. Wayzata senior Van Holmgren won medalist honors for the tournament shooting rounds of 72 and 71. The Trojans' top four players all shot 76 or better in the second round to secure the win.

June 15, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 14, 2017
Plymouth walker killed remembered as ‘kind and generous’
Mary Singleton walked the same route night and day with her 92-year-old mom, Francis. But on Monday that daily routine was disrupted in a horrific way.

June 14, 2017

Have garden storm damage? Expert says don’t panic
Storm damaged plants and veggies can be salvaged. A Brooklyn Park master gardener shows us what to do to bring the plants back to life.

June 14, 2017

Maple Grove ready for state baseball
The Maple Grove baseball team is set to begin play in the state Class AAAA tournament. The Crimson won the Section 8AAAA title by beating St. Michael-Albertville and will face Forest Lake in the state quarterfinals.

June 14, 2017

Wayzata moves into state semifinals in boys lacrosse
The Wayzata boys lacrosse team is set for Thursday's state semifinals after a hard-fought win over Eden Prairie in the quarterfinals. The Trojans beat the second-seeded Eagles 6-5.

June 14, 2017

Brooklyn United Methodist Church Mega Sale begins Wednesday
The Brooklyn United Methodist Church Mega Sale is early this year. Instead of July, the sale begins Wednesday night.

June 14, 2017

Hopkins food program makes summer nutritious
The Hopkins School District is increasing summer food truck service after demand increases. It has three stops plus two elementary schools serving Golden Valley and Plymouth.

June 13, 2017

Champlin Park set for wide-open state baseball tourney
The Champlin Park baseball team graduated 14 seniors from last year's state Class AAAA runner-up team, but the Rebels are back in the state tournament this season. They are the No. 3 seed for what looks like a wide open tournament with no team having fewer than five losses coming in.

June 13, 2017

State golf tournament is underway
The state high school golf tournaments are underway in Coon Rapids, Jordan, and Becker. The Wayzata boys are second in the Class AAA team competition after the opening round at Bunker Hills. Ben Frazzini of the Trojans is tied for second with a 71.

June 13, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 13, 2017
Plymouth Ice Center renovation revs up
The Plymouth Ice Center has had no success getting bond money from the state of Minnesota. But renovations and improvements to the facility are going on anyway.

June 13, 2017

How technology can prevent sports injuries
Golf may not be as physical a sport as football or hockey, but even casual golfers can sustain injuries. A local clinic is using technology to help golfers prevent those injuries.

June 13, 2017

New Hope business poised for growth
One of New Hope's most recent business additions is a company founded in Minneapolis more than 70 years ago. Pioneer Metal Finishing recently moved one of its plants from Minneapolis to New Hope.

June 12, 2017

Brooklyn Park among hardest hit areas from storm
With more storms looming, homeowners were trying out to clear away debris Monday. Reporter Eric Nelson was in Brooklyn Park, where he found one of the hardest hit areas from Sunday's storm.

June 12, 2017


Hopkins, Wayzata boys; Armstrong girls place in top 5 track
Hopkins' Seth Eliason won the 1600 meter run Saturday at the MSHSL state track and field meet, helping the Royals' boys to place fourth in the Class AA meet. Alexandrea Hurst and Michaela Baker each had strong showings for Armstrong's girls, who placed fifth in Class AA.

June 12, 2017
Chalk it up to some fine artists in Maple Grove
More than 30 artists got a chance to show what they can do with chalk on Main Street in Maple Grove this weekend. Even the stormy weather didn't stop Chalkfest 2017.

June 12, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 12, 2017
Weekend Showcase: Where the chalk meets the road
Artists are gearing up for Chalkfest in Maple Grove. Main Street will become a canvas for the two-day chalk art festival.

June 9, 2017

Grand opening of upscale Golden Valley apartments
After overcoming a problem with lumber that didn’t meet fire safety code, the Hello apartments are open and ready for renters. The complex has a big focus on amenities like a sky lounge, fire pits and a volleyball court.

June 9, 2017
Park Center party planners trying to fulfill gift tradition
As they put the finishing touches on party decorations, a Park Center parent is also trying to raise donations for student prizes.

June 9, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 9, 2017
Skin cancer survivor keeps sun exposure in check
As summer approaches, a dermatologist tells CCX News people of any age and skin color should wear sunscreen and stay out of the sun in the middle of the day.

June 9, 2017

Maple Grove beats St. Michael-Albertville to reach state baseball tournament
Maple Grove came into the Section 8AAAA baseball tournament final round without a loss in section play. Top seed St. Michael-Albertville beat the Crimson to force a second game for the championship, which Maple Grove won 11-5.

June 8, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 8, 2017
Longtime local communications guru retires
Dave Carlson has spent 15 years in video production behind the scenes at Wayzata Schools, plus even longer in the local video production community. Upon retirement, he’s happy to see the students actively producing newscasts.

June 8, 2017
Champlin Park baseball advances to state
Cal Hanson's bases-loaded sacrifice fly in the bottom of the 10th inning scored Jack Snee with the winning run as the Champlin Park baseball team beat Mounds View 2-1 in the Section 5AAAA final, qualifying the Rebels for the state tournament.

June 8, 2017


In the Garden: creating ‘bee safe’ landscapes
More people are doing their part to increase the bee population by planting 'bee friendly' gardens. Reporter Sonya Goins goes In the Garden for some bee-friendly tips.

June 8, 2017
Heat wave brings reminder from lifeguards
The first major heat wave of 2017 is expected to hit the Twin Cities this weekend. that means local pools will be packed as people try to find relief.

June 8, 2017
Maple Grove hopes new TIF district will lead to job growth
State lawmakers approved a tax increment financing district for Maple Grove that will help the city develop the gravel mining area east of the Lowe's home improvement store.

June 7, 2017


Wayzata returns to state baseball after section final thriller
The Wayzata baseball team carried a 4-3 lead into the seventh inning of their Section 6AAAA baseball game Tuesday, only to see the Royals score three times in the top of the seventh. Wayzata responded with three runs of their own, including Bobby Isbell's game-winning hit that scored Charles Engdahl to give the Trojans a 7-6 win and the section championship.

June 7, 2017

Tips for high school grads to avoid money mistakes
Leaving college with a diploma and hefty student loan? Financial professional Trey Peterson offers these common money mistakes that new graduates should avoid.

June 7, 2017

Speed limits lowered in I-94 construction zone
Minnesota state troopers have given out 119 speeding tickets since I-94 construction began between Brooklyn Center and downtown Minneapolis. But now there's changes to the speed limit in an attempt to make the highway safer while construction continues.

June 7, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 7, 2017
Robbinsdale's Teacher of the Year
What does it take to be a really great teacher? Missy Davey can answer that question. She was recently named 2017 Teacher of the Year for Robbinsdale Area Schools.

June 6, 2017


American Academy of Pediatrics updates child juice intake guidelines
Juice boxes are a quick and easy way to quench a child's thirst, and many kids love the way they taste. But they're not the healthiest option for children.

June 6, 2017

Local recreation program gets Super Bowl grant
The Super Bowl is eight months away, but the impact of the game is already being felt in the Twin Cities. The Brooklyn Bridge Alliance for Youth received a legacy grant of $90,000 from the Minnesota Host Committee.

June 6, 2017
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Wayzata tops Mayo in state tennis opener
The Wayzata boys tennis team won a close match in the quarterfinals of the state tournament, defeating Rochester Mayo 4-3 to advance to Wednesday's semifinals against East Ridge. The Trojans won at second, third and fourth singles and second doubles to advance.

June 6, 2017

Pianos on parade
A colorful piano draws musicians and listeners to the plaza in downtown Robbinsdale. Its part of the Pianos on Parade public art program.

June 6, 2017
Divorce or death creates financial wakeup call for many women
A recent survey finds the loss of a spouse due to divorce or death can have a significant financial impact especially on women. Though steps can be taken to be better prepared.

June 5, 2017

Northwest metro couple shares story on BWCA rescue
A couple from the northwest metro is glad to be back in the Twin Cities after getting lost on a trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area. Both had to be airlifted from the BWCA by the National Guard and now have quite the story to tell.

June 5, 2017

Plymouth celebrates milestone for Northwest Greenway
A pedestrian bridge opened over Vicksburg Lane in Plymouth on Sunday. The bridge connects to trails utilized by walkers and bikers that span throughout 10 neighborhoods.

June 5, 2017

Robins win state adapted softball title
Robbinsdale-Hopkins-Mound-Westonka built an 8-1 lead on the way to a 10-7 win over Anoka-Hennepin to win the state P.I. Division championship in adapted softball. It is the Robins’ 10th state title since 2002 but the first since 2014.

June 5, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast June 5, 2017
Golden Valley police issue crime alert
Golden Valley police say that in the past couple weeks, they've seen an increase in garage burglaries, and more reports from people saying they've had possessions stolen from their cars.

June 2, 2017
Local track stars excel at 6AA meet
There were plenty of athletes from the northwest suburbs on the medal stand at the Section 6AA track and field finals. The Wayzata girls and boys teams each took second, while several local athletes won their events.

June 2, 2017


Maple Grove wins section softball title
Top seed Maple Grove came into the final round of the Section 5AAAA softball tournament without a loss. Spring Lake Park beat the Crimson 8-4 to force a second game, which Maple Grove won 5-4 to advance to the state tournament.

June 2, 2017

Local golfers advance to state tournament
Two girls and two boys from the northwest suburbs qualified for state at the Section 5AAA tournament Thursday. The Rogers girls advanced by winning the team title.

June 2, 2017


What class of 2017 will miss most
The commencement ceremony won't get underway for Osseo seniors until next Saturday. But already students are missing the four years they've spent at the school.

June 2, 2017


Slice of Branson comes to the Plymouth Playhouse
It's time to find your best sequined suit, and sit back to enjoy some old fashioned country music. In our Weekend Showcase, a little bit of Branson, Mo., finds its way to Plymouth.

June 2, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast June 2, 2017
Crystal shooting rally leads to call for increased mental health training
The 18-year-old man shot by Crystal police last week is improving. Meanwhile, a "Justice for Khaleel Rally" was held in Crystal Wednesday evening.

June 1, 2017

Brooklyn Park restaurant surrounded by construction
As road construction season kicks into high gear, many people and businesses are impacted. One of those is Wagner's drive-in restaurant in Brooklyn Park, which is near multiple road projects.

June 1, 2017

In the Garden: motivation for timid gardeners
If you're interested in learning how to grow flowers, it's never too late to get started. In this week's In the Garden, it's a 101 class for those curious about digging into the ground.

June 1, 2017
Maple Grove survives scare in baseball playoff opener
Defending Section 8AAAA baseball champion Maple Grove survived an upset bid in the first round of the 2017 section tournament Wednesday. The Crimson, seeded No. 2 in the tournament, edged No. 7 seed Elk River 5-4 in eight innings.

June 1, 2017


Wayzata boys roll in lacrosse postseason opener
Wayzata hopes to make a return trip to the state boys lacrosse tournament this season. The Trojans had no trouble in their Section 8 opener, thumping Monticello 17-3.

June 1, 2017
Armstrong girls advance in lacrosse playoffs
The Armstrong girls lacrosse team overpowered St. Louis Park in the quarterfinals of the Section 5 girls lacrosse tournament, winning 17-6.
The Falcons will play Breck in the semifinals.

June 1, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast June 1, 2017
Ex-Viking brings ‘Character Playbook’ to Osseo students
Character does count which is why some students at Osseo Middle School were saluted Wednesday by the Minnesota Vikings, Greater Twin Cities United Way and the education technology company EverFi.

May 31, 2017
New recycling service to start in Robbinsdale
A new recycling program is set to kick off in Robbinsdale. Simple Recycling allows residents to get rid of unwanted clothes and other items on garbage day.

May 31, 2017

Money Savers: Best grill for your green
Its perfect to spend time outdoors and do some grilling. If you are in the market for a new grill, the time between Memorial Day and Father’s Day can offer the best selection on the latest trends.

May 31, 2017

Wayzata moves into section baseball final
Top seed Wayzata stayed unbeaten in the Section 6AAAA baseball tournament with an 8-1 win over Hopkins Tuesday. The defending state champion Trojans moved into next Tuesday's section final round.

May 31, 2017
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Golden Valley school wins fitness challenge
The School of Engineering and Arts in Golden Valley received the Step to It Challenge most active school award Tuesday. Some special visitors from the Minnesota Twins showed up too.

May 30, 2017
Brooklyn Center takes new approach to panhandlers
City officials say an accident in Brooklyn Center earlier this month underlies the need to stop panhandling at the source.

May 30, 2017

Hopkins beats Armstrong with late run
Luke Polyak scored the winning run on a hit and an error in the bottom of the seventh inning as the Hopkins baseball team edged Armstrong 4-3 in the Section 6AAAA tournament.

May 30, 2017

Health Check: got food thermometer?
Before you throw that meat on the grill this summer, experts urge people to be cautious about cooking food to the proper internal temperature.

May 30, 2017

Taking bowling outdoors in Golden Valley
Brookview Golf in Golden Valley offers lawn bowling, and it's a sport that's really catching on.

May 26, 2017
Brooklyn Park water deemed safe after vandalism case
A security breach caused the city of Brooklyn Park a big headache. Vandals gained access to a city water reservoir, initially causing concern about the safety of the water.

May 25, 2017

Pop-up restaurant brings Italian al fresco dining to Crystal
Local florist and caterer Anna Donato-Ghani opens an Italian pop-up restaurant on a Crystal street corner every week. In the five weeks the restaurant has opened, she says it has been a success.

May 25, 2017

Maple Grove high schooler already accepted to medical school
As the school year wraps up, we shine the spotlight on our final Standout Student. He's a Maple Grove senior well on his way to becoming a doctor.

May 25, 2017
Money Savers: trimming your water bill
Above average rainfall means there's no reason to water your lawn now, but it will be a different story come July. If you are a resident of Plymouth or Brooklyn Park, there's an extra incentive to trim your water bill.

May 24, 2017

Health Check: Best exercises for healthy joints
As people get older, they lose bone mass and their joints become stiffer and less flexible. But exercise is one of the best ways to slow or prevent problems with the muscles, joints and bones.

May 23, 2017


Plymouth firm president named Entrepreneur of the Year
Mike Bauer, president of Bauer Design Build, has been named 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year by TwinWest Chamber of Commerce.

May 22, 2017

Cooper Standout Student has focus, dedication
Cooper High School’s Kieu Mi Phi Hai is dedicated and focused to academics and helping others.



May 18, 2017



Cooper High School seeks Hall of Fame nominations
Cooper High School is looking for a few good Hawks. The school wants to reinvigorate the school’s Hall of Fame, which has been dormant since 2012.

May 18, 2017


Is your heirloom trash or treasure?
A program at the Maple Grove Library offered people practical advice on their treasured heirlooms and antiques.

May 17, 2017


A swimming lesson that’s also a life lesson
It feels like summer and soon it will be summer, with more children wanting to enjoy Minnesota's lakes, rivers and pools. For children under the age of 6, the leading cause of death is accidental drowning.

May 16, 2017


Armstrong students get distracted driving warning
Plymouth police and public safety partners brought a smashed minivan to sit outside Armstrong High School on the Friday before prom. It was as evidence of what happens when someone is distracted while driving.

May 12, 2017

“CenterStage [Act 7]: How A Year Goes By"
The Maple Grove Theater Department takes us on a musical journey. In Weekend Showcase, Neil Pursley gives us a glimpse of "CenterStage Act 7: How A Year Goes By."

May 12, 2017
100 years later, Osseo police to honor village marshall
Osseo police plan to travel to Washington, D.C., to see the name of one of their own inscribed on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

May 11, 2017


Money Savers: The 411 on Instacart
Grocery delivery service Instacart has been in Twin Cities for two years, and is now is available in the northwest suburbs.

May 10, 2017


Brooklyn Park program helps take ache out of arthritis
More than 52 million Americans live with arthritis. It's a condition that results in joint pain, stiffness, swelling and decreased range of motion.

May 9, 2017

Once graying, Robbinsdale feels youthful resurgence
Once a graying population, Robbinsdale is in the middle of a youthful resurgence. It's an ongoing revitalization spurred in part by the addition of new businesses and restaurants.

May 8, 2017


Standout Student: Park Center's Andrew Chen
This week's Standout Student is a young adult driven to succeed. Park Center High School senior Andrew Chen is already proving he's a force in a unique arena.

May 4, 2017


Maple Grove girl allergic to most household cleaning products
Hattie Sandager, 10, is allergic to a chemical found in common household items such as shampoo, soap and laundry detergent. Her family is hoping to make changes to product labeling.

May 2, 2017

'Book lady' organizes the mess, encourages others
Markell Hapka is known as the "book lady" at Arc’s Value Village in Brooklyn Center. She recently won volunteer of the year out of more than 16,000 volunteers who give time to the store each year.

May 1, 2017

Expert: Job market "best in years" for new graduates
Finding a job is tough work, but new graduates will face a better job market than we've experienced in years according to professional employment experts.

May 1, 2017


 
Scam Jam educates Brooklyn Center seniors
The Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota as well as AARP Minnesota are hosting Scam Jam 2017 in Brooklyn Center. They are joining with other organizations to educate seniors on the latest in scams and the importance in reporting them.

April 26, 2017


Now Serving "Stone Soup" at Stages Theatre
At the Stages Theatre, a play that focuses on what happens when hungry strangers come to town with nothing but an empty pot.

April 21, 2017

"Luxuriant Landscapes" at Gallery 5004 in Robbinsdale
"Luxuriant Landscapes" is on display now in all its luxuriant Minnesota splendor at Gallery 5004 in Robbinsdale.

April 7, 2017


St. Patrick's Day Weekend Showcase
From a St. Patrick's Day themed 5K fun run to a production of Joseph and The Technicolored Dreamcoat, to Rince Nua Irish Dancers the weekend is hopping!

March 17, 2017

Standout Student: Heritage Christian’s Hannah Hallada
This week's Standout Student has a knack for creativity. Neil Pursley introduces us to Hannah Hallada, a senior at Heritage Christian Academy.

March 9, 2017
Impressionist art leaves lasting impression
The exhibition by the Schroeder Studio Group at the new Maple Grove Arts Center is all about impressionist painting.

February 17, 2017


Weekend Showcase: "Fancy Nancy"
A young Maple Grove actress plays the part of a precocious youngster in the latest Stages Theatre production.

January 27, 2017


Warming up the weekend with art
If you can't get out of town at least get out of your house to see some great free exhibits that happened to be in a warm environment: The Robbin Gallery in Robbinsdale and the Hopkins Center for the Arts.

January 13, 2017


New Hope comedian puts the merry in Christmas
New Hope comedian David Harris has been entertaining people around the Twin Cities now for more than 20 years. He's live at the Joke Joint Comedy Club in Lilydale tonight and Friday.

Dec. 22, 2016

Weekend Showcase: From “The Enchanted Christmas Ball” to the Plymouth Rockers
If the snow and cold don't deter you from getting out and about this weekend, there's lots to do.

December 16, 2016



West Lutheran student serves up plenty of success
Miranda Walberg is accomplished on the volleyball court, but that's just one dimension of this outstanding senior at West Lutheran High School in Plymouth.

Sept. 29, 2016

Police, Wayzata students bond over trapshooting
It was a friendly competition on the trap range. The Wayzata trap team invited Plymouth police officers out for an afternoon of busting clay birds, but Jim Sable saw a bigger picture.

Aug. 10, 2016

Charter school moving to Brooklyn Center
New Millennium Academy, currently in Minneapolis, will move to a brand new building under construction in Brooklyn Center.

June 24, 2016
Brooklyn Center man keeps ink-stained tradition alive
The Minnesota Newspaper Museum at the State Fair shows visitors what an old-fashioned newspaper office looked like. Many volunteers, like Paul Soule of Brooklyn Center, are newspaper veterans.

August 28, 2015

Golden Valley psychologist behind 100 years of Ye Old Mill
Governor Mark Dayton declared opening day of the State Fair "Ye Old Mill Day" to celebrate 100 years of operation. The ride offers nostalgia, fun and even a bit of romance.

August 27, 2105

Cool it! How to save on the AC
Money Savers talks with the experts and local residents about the best ways to save money on air conditioning and avoid a potentially costly summer fix.

June 24, 2015

Maple Grove runner reacts to Boston Marathon verdicts
A local marathon runner says the guilty verdicts in the Boston Marathon bombing trial are a step toward healing. Dawn Olson of Maple Grove ran the marathon the year after the bombings.

April 9, 2015

 

 
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