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New Hope student caught up in DACA debate
Jocelyn Hernandez is smack dab in the middle of DACA drama. Her parents came to the U.S. when she was 11 months old, but if DACA protections go away, she could be deported back to Mexico.

Sept. 20, 2017


Water treatment begins on Maple Grove's Fish Lake
Maple Grove's Fish Lake Regional Park is considered as one of the prized parks in the Three Rivers Park District system. But nine years ago, the lake found itself on the state's "impaired waters" list.

Sept. 20, 2017


Money Savers: Thrifty options to save on wedding expenses
Bargain shopper Annette Hall opened Bridal Aisle Off the Rack Boutique and Consignment in Osseo five years ago to help brides look their best while saving money too.

Sept. 20, 2017


Brooklyn Park professor writes book to help college students succeed
A Brooklyn Park resident and college professor is trying to help students do well in college by publishing a new book. Dr. Zakia Robbins is the author of "#ALLDONE."

Sept. 20, 2017

Rebels turn back challenge from Elk River in volleyball
Champlin Park is still the team to beat in Northwest Suburban Conference volleyball. The Rebels beat another of the top teams in the conference, Elk River, in three sets Tuesday.

Sept. 20, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast September 20, 2017
Maple Grove sweeps Wayzata to stay unbeaten in volleyball
The Maple Grove volleyball team won the Hopkins tournament Saturday, then came back to sweep Wayzata Monday night. The victory improved the Crimson record to 10-0 this season.

September 19, 2017
Need a fitness boost? Try bootcamp for women
Some people find gym workouts boring, while others could be intimidated by the equipment. In this week's Health Check, Delane Cleveland introduces us to a workout program in Brooklyn Center that emphasizes guidance and a team environment.

Sept. 19, 2017
New Brookview Community Center now needs workers
A new Brookview Community Center in Golden Valley will mean plenty of new jobs. Construction on the facility is ongoing with a grand opening in December.

Sept. 19, 2017

Local mayors align to jumpstart Blue Line Extension
Several northwest cities are joining forces to get the local light rail line back on track. The cities of Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Golden Valley and Robbinsdale are in the process of hiring a lobbyist to push the Blue Line extension forward.

Sept. 19, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 19, 2017
Maple Grove business steps in when restaurants close
When an area restaurant closes or a new one opens up, it presents an opportunity for a longtime Maple Grove business, Auction Masters.

September 18, 2017


Crystal veteran critically injured in motorcycle accident
Local veterans groups are rallying behind a Crystal man critically injured in a motorcycle accident. The Afghan war vet has a long road ahead of him.

September 18, 2017

Local car owners rev engines, fill need for blood donations
A local car club is about to present a big check for charity. It's all thanks to a car show they held over the weekend.

Sept. 18, 2017

Cooper crushes nemesis Spring Lake Park
After years of not being able to beat Spring Lake Park, the Cooper football team changed that in a big way Friday. The Hawks crushed the Panthers 44-7 to improve to 3-0 this season.

September 18, 2017

Crystal police arrest suspect in 'unprovoked attack' on teen
A viral video of an assault shows what police call an unprovoked attack of a teen with a physical disability. It happened Saturday morning outside the Crystal Target store.

Sept. 18, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast September 18, 2017
New Maple Grove fire chief named
Deputy Chief Tim Bush will be sworn in on as Maple Grove fire chief on Monday. He replaces former Chief Scott Anderson who retired this summer after serving the department for nearly 40 years.

September 15, 2017
Police: device on HTC campus consistent with a pipe bomb
Classes resumed Friday at Hennepin Technical College after a bomb threat Thursday prompted an evacuation and shutdown of the Brooklyn Park campus.

Sept. 15, 2017


Golden Valley sisters share one strong common bond
Beth Hundley and her sister, Joni Hathaway Jones, have a strong sister bond. That bond is even stronger for many reasons. For starters, the two are coming together for a good cause.

September 15, 2017


Yellow Tree Theatre kicks off season with "String"
When Yellow Tree Theatre first opened its doors in Osseo, the original romantic comedy "String" was among its first shows. To kick off the theater's 10th season, the play is back for another run.

September 15, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast September 15, 2017
Champlin Park turns back Armstrong in volleyball
The Champlin Park volleyball team faced another top team, Armstrong, in the Northwest Suburban Conference Thursday night. The Rebels answered the challenge winning in four sets.

September 15, 2017

Champlin Park set for football clash with STMA
The Champlin Park football team is off to a strong 2-0 start this fall after making it to the state Class AAAAAA semifinals last season. The No. 3-ranked Rebels will face a tough foe on the road this week as they take on No. 9-ranked St. Michael-Albertville.

September 14, 2017

Armstrong band students await big opportunity at Gopher football game
The Armstrong marching band is getting ready to put its best feet forward. High School Band Day will put this band and nine others from around the state on the field at TCF Bank Stadium.

September 14, 2017
Suspicious package found on HTC Brooklyn Park campus
Brooklyn Park police shut down a stretch of Brooklyn Boulevard Thursday outside the school and the Minneapolis Bomb Squad was called in to investigate a suspicious item.

September 14, 2017

Maple trees looking sick? Look to the root of the problem
Some Maple trees are already turning colors, earlier than expected. Plymouth Forester Paul Buck says it's a sign of sick trees.

Sept. 14, 2017

Fallen officer remembered as ‘nice guy,' 'dedicated partner’
His fellow officers remember him as "a happy-go lucky, smiling professional." And to the communities where he lived and patrolled, they simply knew him as "Bill."

Sept. 14, 2017
Local artists provide rock-solid inspiration
Local artists paint rocks with inspirational sayings and leave them in parks and public places. They hope this trend can bring inspiration to someone on a bad day.

Sept. 14, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 14, 2017
Crimson edge Centennial in girls soccer
Meredith Haakenson scored late in the second half to lead the second-ranked Maple Grove girls soccer team to a 3-2 win over 2016 state champion Centennial.

September 13, 2017

Art teachers showcase creativity at NHCC exhibit
The 50th anniversary Faculty Art Show is now open at North Hennepin Community College. The exhibit reflects 60 years of art through the eyes of 23 instructors, who have taught at the school through the decades.

Sept. 13, 2017

Brooklyn Center PD release photos of robbery suspect
Photos released by police show the man who police say held up the Family Dollar store on 57th Avenue in Brooklyn Center.

Sept. 13, 2017

Plymouth police rally around fallen Wayzata officer
The visitation for fallen Wayzata officer William Mathews was held Wednesday with the public lining up to pay their respects. It's a preview to what is going to be a larger spectacle on Thursday that will affect traffic in Plymouth and the surrounding area.

Sept. 13, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 13, 2017
Zombies a popular choice at Arc’s Halloween BOO-tique
Arc’s Value Village celebrates Halloween, Twin Cities Fashion Week and the upcoming opening of the BOO-tique with a Zombie Fashion Show.

Sept. 13, 2017

Health Check: sugar addiction
It's no secret that too much sugar in our diet can be bad for our overall health. But experts say that sugar can be just as addictive as drugs or alcohol.

September 12, 2017


Cooper girls soccer off to strong start
The Cooper girls soccer team comes into Tuesday night with a 4-1-1 record. The Hawks graduated some key players from last season but they started this season with four straight shutout wins.

September 12, 2017


Armstrong loses close one in girls tennis
The Armstrong girls tennis team won the first three singles matches Monday against Blaine, but the Bengals won at fourth singles and swept the doubles matches to edge the Falcons 4-3.

September 12, 2017

Golden Valley shelter rescues animals from hurricane zones
The Animal Humane Society is helping pets in hurricane-ravaged southeast Texas. A team recently brought back 100 pets in need of new homes.

Sept. 12, 2017


Festival Foods employee charged with arson
Charges are filed in the fire that closed a Brooklyn Park grocery store for nearly two months. It turns out police believe the fire was started by a store employee.

September 12, 2017

Latino students at NHCC raise DACA concerns
North Hennepin Community College students are trying to cope with the unknown status of a U.S. immigration policy established under President Obama known as DACA.

Sept. 12, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 12, 2017
Champlin Park football beats Anoka, goes to 2-0
One week after opening the season on the road with a win at East Ridge, the Champlin Park football team came home to defeat Anoka 42-13 Friday.

September 11, 2017


Not forgotten: Tribute in Plymouth honors 9/11 victims
The victims of the 9/11 terror attacks were not forgotten in Plymouth. As Eric Nelson reports, that day is still top of mind for first responders.

Sept. 11, 2017
Plymouth Historical Society looking for museum help
Members of the Plymouth Historical Society are looking for a new way to keep telling stories of the city's origins. It may involve having the city take over the operations.

September 11, 2017


Business Matters: First-Time Homebuyer Savings Account
If you're saving money for a down payment on a home, there's a new Minnesota law that could help. The First-time Homebuyer Savings Account offers a tax deduction on interest.

September 11, 2017
Golden Valley unveils first-of-its kind playground
Golden Valley is making history by installing the first outdoor obstacle course in the state. The city's first all-inclusive playground is finally open for play.

Sept. 11, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast September 11, 2017
Robbin Gallery supersizes latest exhibit
Weekend Showcase focuses on a brother-sister show as they team up with a mix of photography and bright water colors.

September 8, 2017

Eagle Lake park features new sculpture
The Three Rivers Park District unveiled a new piece of art called "Layered Lines" on the peninsula at Eagle Lake Regional Park. It creates a gathering space for people using the park.

September 8, 2017

Backyard Getaways hits Medicine Lake Trail
There are some great trails in the northwest metro. In Backyard Getaways, reporter Eric Nelson and photographer Dustin Scholl found a good one in Maple Grove.

Sept. 8, 2017


New Brooklyn Center police hire to help build trust
The Brooklyn Center Police Department aims to build trust with the help of a new community liaison. Miamon Queeglay will work to improve relations between police and the community.

Sept. 8, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 8, 2017
Champlin Park volleyball sweeps Coon Rapids
The Champlin Park volleyball team defended its 2016 Northwest Suburban Conference championship with a three-game sweep of Coon Rapids Thursday night.

September 8, 2017

Robbinsdale's Annex Teen Clinic could lose federal funding
Big changes could be on the way for a local nonprofit devoted to the prevention of teen pregnancy. Robbinsdale's Annex Teen Clinic faces federal funding cuts.

Sept. 7, 2017

Medicine Lake Sailing Club races off each week
Since 1974, Medicine Lake has been home to a relaxed group of sailors, who enjoy racing on the Plymouth lake.

Sept. 7, 2017

Don’t give up on the garden … just yet
Summer is winding down, but that doesn't mean you have to put your garden to bed. Fall flowers can make your yard pop with color.

Sept. 7, 2017

Osseo volleyball has plenty of new faces
The Osseo volleyball team has a lot of new players in the varsity lineup this fall, but they aren't new to the program. Just two varsity regulars return, but most of the players have grown up playing together and they hope to stay near the top of the Northwest Suburban Conference.

September 7, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 7, 2017
Festival Foods reopens nearly two months after fire
For the first time in nearly two months, Festival Foods in Brooklyn Park is back in business.

Sept. 7, 2017



Robbinsdale debates stricter tobacco regulations
An effort is underway in Robbinsdale to regulate tobacco sales. The idea is to help prevent youth from smoking, but the proposed regulations would have consequences for local businesses that sell tobacco products.

Sept. 6, 2017
Golden Valley woman honored for WWII efforts
Later this month a Golden Valley resident will travel to the nation's capital to be saluted for work done many years ago.  Barb Larson will board an honor flight to Washington, D.C.

September 6, 2017
New Hope police investigate playground arson
New Hope officials are asking for the public's help after vandals set fire to a neighborhood playground.

Sept. 6, 2017



Money Savers: 529 College Savings Plan
If you have a high school student at home, no doubt you are thinking about how to pay for college. Experts say it's never too early, or too late, to start saving money.

September 6, 2017


Wayzata, Edina battle to tie in boys soccer showdown
The second-ranked Wayzata boys soccer team hadn't allowed a goal prior to Tuesday night. The Trojans were scored on by Edina, but Wayzata answered with a goal of its own as the two strong teams tied 1-1.

September 6, 2017

Totino-Grace boys dominate in soccer win over Armstrong
The Totino-Grace boys soccer team stayed undefeated with a 3-0 win over Armstrong Tuesday night. The Eagles improved to 3-0 with the win.

September 6, 2017

Breck, Blake play to draw in boys soccer
Breck and Blake played a close game in the Section 5A final last season, with Blake winning 1-0. Tuesday night, the old rivals battled to a 1-1 tie.

September 6, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast September 6, 2017
Health Check: the scoop on protein supplements
Protein plays a big role in helping people repair their muscles after a hard workout. But with so many protein powders on the market, which is the right one for you?

Sept. 5, 2017

Osseo Area Schools see enrollment spike
Enrollment is up in the Osseo School District. There are roughly 21,000 students now, an increase of 360 students over last year.

Sept. 5, 2017

Governor visits New Hope school, makes pre-K funding pitch
Students at Meadow Lake Elementary in New Hope received a special back-to-school welcome from Governor Mark Dayton Tuesday. The state's top leader used the opportunity to talk about the importance of early childhood education.

Sept. 5, 2017
Brooklyn Center students look ahead to new year
The first day of school presents new possibilities for local students who headed back to the classroom today. We went to Brooklyn Center to ask what they're most excited about.

September 5, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast September 5, 2017
Armstrong volleyball aiming for big things
Armstrong has a rich volleyball history, but the Falcons haven't been to the state tournament since 2003. A talented, experienced group of Falcons will try to change that this fall.

September 5, 2017


Breck takes football opener
The Breck football team started the 2017 season in style Friday, beating Columbia Heights 37-19. David Roddy passed for three touchdowns and ran for one for Breck.

September 5, 2017


Red Knights start football season with a win
Benilde-St. Margaret's won its first state football title last fall, capturing the Class AAAA championship. The Red Knights built an early lead and then held off Waconia 28-14 in their 2017 season opener.

September 5, 2017


Expect delays Tuesday on County Road 81
Changes are coming to County Road 81 in Brooklyn Park. Construction has been underway for months and the changes will result in traffic delays.

September 1, 2017

Brooklyn Park police moonlight at State Fair
For 12 days the Minnesota State Fair police force becomes the largest law enforcement agency in the state. Police from all over the state, including Brooklyn Park, keep people at the Fair safe.

September 1, 2017


Backyard Getaways takes us to the 1500s
In this week's Backyard Getaways we are swept into 16th-century Europe. Just a short drive from the northwest metro is a chance to enter the Renaissance era.

September 1, 2017

Local artists make mark at State Fair
The northwest suburbs communities are well represented in the Fine Arts Building at the State Fair.

September 1, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast September 1, 2017
Maple Grove rolls past Osseo in football opener
Maple Grove scored one touchdown in each quarter and held Osseo scoreless until late in the game on the way to a 28-7 season opening football win Thursday night.

September 1, 2017


Big second quarter carries Cooper to football win
After a scoreless first quarter, Cooper erupted for 33 points in the second quarter on the way to a 39-12 win over Park Center in the season opener for both teams.

September 1, 2017


Wayzata rallies for football win in coach Brown's debut
Wayzata scored the last two touchdowns and had a key defensive stop to win a thriller 28-27 over Rosemount in new Trojans coach Lambert Brown's debut.

September 1, 2017


Breck football hoping to rebound this season
The Breck football team was very young last fall, and after a 2-1 start they didn't win again. This season they have a lot of experience, leading to optimism for the Mustangs.

September 1, 2017


Robbinsdale couple fall head over heels for cookware, each other
For the people who run some of the booths inside the State Fair, its a lot of work. That's true for one Robbinsdale man, who has been selling at the State Fair for more than 40 years.

August 31, 2017

Customers help bring grocery store back to life
Festival Foods in Brooklyn Park has been closed because of fire since mid-July. It reopens next week thanks in part to help from volunteers.

Aug. 31, 2017

Robbinsdale garden club vies for State Fair blue ribbons
Twenty different garden clubs from around the metro are vying for blue ribbons at the Federated Garden Clubs of Minnesota Flower Show. The Robbinsdale Diggers are top contenders.

Aug. 31, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast August 31, 2017
Providence Academy set for football season
The Providence Academy football program has an influx of new players this fall, as Maranatha Christian Academy joins the co-op that already included Providence and Heritage Christian Academy. The Lions were 6-3 last fall.

August 31, 2017

Brooklyn Center alum takes over football program
Former Brooklyn Center football player John Licciardi takes over as Centaurs head coach this fall. The numbers are up and a good group of players return as Brooklyn Center looks to improve on a 4-6 season last fall.

August 30, 2017

Champlin Park boys rally past Park Center in soccer
Despite playing a strong first half, Champlin Park's boys soccer team trailed Park Center 2-0 at halftime after Pirate goalkeeper Hassan Kamara made several big saves. The Rebels didn't stop generating chances though, and score twice in the second half and twice in overtime to beat Park Center 4-2.

August 30, 2017

Plans emerge for new Maple Grove business park
Get ready for more growth in Maple Grove. Except this won't be residential or retail.

Aug. 30, 2017

New Hope to look again at Olympic-sized pool
In New Hope, plans for a new city swimming pool are going to get another look by a citizens' committee. And those concerned about the size of a new pool will get another chance to be heard.

August 30, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast August 30, 2017
Brooklyn Park police use technology to locate missing woman
Brooklyn Park police say an alert system was instrumental in helping them find an elderly woman with dementia. The system is called A Child is Missing.

August 29, 2017

Health Check: Helping new moms
Becoming a first-time parent can be an overwhelming experience for anyone. That's why it's important for parents to have a strong support system around them.

Aug. 29, 2017

Golden Valley church to send team to flood-ravaged Houston
Calvary Lutheran Church in Golden Valley will send out a team of volunteers in the next couple of weeks. In the meantime, they are collecting financial donations to help folks pick up the pieces.

Aug. 29, 2017

Maple Grove family wins $20M medical malpractice verdict
A Maple Grove family is awarded a $20 million medical malpractice verdict. It's believed to be the largest such judgment in Minnesota history.

Aug. 29, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast August 29, 2017
Armstrong girls soccer aiming for strong season
The Armstrong girls soccer team has most of its players back from a team that was 11-3-3 last fall. The Falcons did lose their season opener to a good Edina team last week, and they have their Northwest Suburban Conference opener Tuesday night.

Aug. 29, 2017


Totino-Grace football has a lot of new faces
Totino-Grace went 13-0 on the way to winning the state Class AAAAAA football title last fall. It was a senior heavy team though, so a lot of less experienced players will take the field for the Eagles this fall.

Aug. 29, 2017


Brooklyn Center nonprofit receives Super Bowl grant
A Brooklyn Center nonprofit called Youth Determined to Succeed will benefit from a $50,000 Super Bowl 52 Legacy Grant. The money will help the organization purchase fitness and nutrition equipment to help battle obesity and related diseases.

August 29, 2017


Business Matters roundup
In this week's Business Matters report, it's a roundup: a new guitar store opens in New Hope and in Brooklyn Park, a major office and warehouse facility is under construction.

August 28, 2017

Champion racer teaches teens safe driving
With more distractions while driving than ever, some area teens got a lesson from driving professionals. Race car drivers and Secret Service agents spent the weekend in Maple Grove sharing their secrets on the road.

Aug. 28, 2017

Golden Valley group braces for massive Harvey relief effort
Local volunteers are gearing up for a historic relief effort after Hurricane Harvey. Golden Valley-based Headwaters is preparing for the long haul.

August 28, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast August 28, 2017
Benilde wins boys soccer opener
After falling behind 1-0, the Benilde-St. Margaret's boys soccer team scored three straight goals on the way to a 3-2 win over Duluth Marshall Friday.

Aug. 28, 2017


Wayzata football looking for bounce-back season
After becoming one of the dominant football programs in the state in the early 2000s, Wayzata hasn't fared as well in recent seasons. New head coach Lambert Brown hopes to lead a resurgence for the Trojans.

Aug. 28, 2017



Wayzata graduate Arseth takes over girls swimming team
Former Wayzata swimming star Heather Arseth is the new Trojans head coach this fall. The former Olympian takes over for Elizabeth Hansen, who stepped down to spend more time with her young children but is still helping as an assistant to Arseth.

Aug. 28, 2017


Brooklyn Center restaurant on a roll thanks to State Fair
Brooklyn Center restaurant Que Viet Village House is a first-time state fair vendor. Giant egg rolls and garlic cream cheese wontons are favorites.

Aug. 28, 2017

Potato skins at the fair a family affair
For more than 20 years, a Plymouth man and his family have been frying up Minnesota State Fair treats. The Delicious Potato Skins booth first got its start at New Hope's Duk Duk Daze.

August 25, 2017
Charities cry foul on pull-tab gambling taxes
Preliminary numbers show this year is a record year for charitable gambling, but as critics say, record profits also mean record taxes and fees paid to the state.

August 25, 2017
Weekend Showcase: "Livin' La Vida Lutheran"
Those lovable Lutherans are back with an all new show at the Plymouth Playhouse. This one comes with Lutheran lifestyle tips sure to make you laugh.

August 25, 2017


BSM football ready to follow up after championship season
The Benilde-St. Margaret's football team won its first state title last fall, capturing the AAAA championship. The Red Knights lost a few key players, but have a strong returning group as they get set for the 2017 season.

Aug. 25, 2017
Park Center girls soccer looking to improve
Former Park Center player Keelie Sorensen is the new head girls soccer coach for the Pirates. They're trying to improve on a three win season in 2016.

Aug. 25, 2017


Cooper girls win season opener in soccer
The Cooper girls soccer team started the season with a 1-0 win over Heritage Christian Academy Thursday night.

Aug. 25, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast August 25, 2017



Officials cut ribbon on new trail connection in Crystal
The new Bassett Creek Regional trail connects Bassett Creek Park in Crystal to Northwood Park in New Hope. It also offers connections to French Regional Park in Plymouth. Eventually, the trail will extend all the way to Theodore Wirth Park in Golden Valley and Minneapolis.

August 25, 2017

Local police get unexpected treat
Campers at New Hope church put together 300 goodie bags for police this summer.

August 25, 2017

Nature-based preschool set for second year in Brooklyn Park
The Three Rivers Park District and the city of Brooklyn Park are partnering together to begin the second year of a nature-based preschool.

Aug. 24, 2017

Plymouth firm begins major expansion, could add 250 new jobs
Plymouth company will be doing some major hiring over the next several years. Banner Engineering is doubling its capacity for new product research and development at its Plymouth campus.

August 24, 2017
Plymouth man accidently flushes wife's wedding ring
Every marriage has its share of ups and downs. A Plymouth couple found that out the hard way last week.

Aug. 24, 2017

Feasting on flowers at Minnesota State Fair
They call it "A Feast of Flowers." Bachman's and seven other florists compete in a floral competition at the Minnesota State Fair. They were tasked with creating a bold, colorful table setting.

Aug. 24, 2017

Terry Tuma tip: late August crappies
Pro fisherman Terry Tuma's weekly CCX Sports fishing tip covers catching crappies in late August.

Aug. 24, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast August 24, 2017
Young Armstrong football players will learn on the job
The Armstrong football team is very young this season, with a lot of juniors and sophomores expected to play big roles. The Falcons do have some key returners to build around after an injury-plagued 5-4 season last fall.

Aug. 24, 2017
Money Savers: State Fair on a family budget
Gianna Kordatzky from Family Fun Twin Cities, shares low cost and free activities at the Minnesota State Fair.

Aug. 30, 2017

Brooklyn Park police chief: crime at 32-year low
According to the Brooklyn Park police chief, about 10 years ago, juvenile crime plagued the city. But as of today, the chief says crime in Brooklyn Park is at a 32-year low, due in large part to youth outreach.

August 23, 2017
Festival Foods expected to reopen Sept. 7
Festival Foods in Brooklyn Park remains closed after a fire in mid-July. But supermarket officials say they will be back in business Sept 7.

Aug. 23, 2017

Cooper football ready for big season
The Cooper football team has had a good run of success, and it should continue this fall. The Hawks have five starters back on each side of the ball, including several standouts.

Aug. 23, 2017


Hopkins student-athletes learn about chemical awareness
Fall activities participants and their parents gathered in the Hopkins High School auditorium Tuesday to hear about chemical and mental health awareness, among other topics.

Aug. 23, 2017


Going to the Fair? Transportation plus discounts
If you are heading to the Minnesota State Fair from the northwest metro, there are several ways to save money.

Aug. 23, 2017

Class of 2021 gets sneak peek at new school year
It was orientation day for ninth graders at Champlin Park High School. Seniors took freshman students on a tour and gave them helpful tips.

Aug. 23, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast August 23, 2017
Alcohol compliance training in Maple Grove
Maple Grove police holds training session for servers from local establishments.

August 23, 2017
Park Center boys soccer reloads after winning NWSC title
The Park Center boys soccer team will have plenty of new faces in the lineup this fall as they look to repeat as Northwest Suburban Conference champions. The Pirates have four starters back.

August 22, 2017


Hopkins football team set for new opponents
The Hopkins football team always has some really talented players, but matching up with powers like Eden Prairie proved to be difficult for the Royals. This year, they're in the Suburban Blue sub-district, meaning a much lighter regular season schedule against many Class AAAAA foes.

August 22, 2017


First Emerald Ash Borer discovered in Brooklyn Park
The small pest was discovered in a tree along 85th Avenue. The city will work to protect trees at nearby Edinburgh golf course.

August 22, 2017
Back to the old routine for kids and parents
In Health Check, experts say routine is a healthy thing for kids going back to school. It helps them get to sleep on time and eat properly.

August 22, 2017


Study to begin on Brooklyn Park fine arts center
Brooklyn Park and North Hennepin Community College are moving  closer to the possibility of a Fine and Performing Arts Education Center opening along 85th Avenue.

August 22, 2017


Brooklyn Center officials consider added security at transit center
The area is already watched by a video security system, but after recent incidents, officials are exploring other security improvements.

August 22, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast August 22, 2017
Back-to-school tax-saving tips
Back to school can be an expensive time for families. In this week's Business Matters, a look at why saving receipts from educational expenses can earn you money later.

August 21, 2017
Maple Grove eye doctor has tips on solar eclipse viewing
Millions of Americans will look to the skies on Monday to witness a rare solar eclipse. Minnesota isn't one of the states that will get to see the full eclipse, which is why local optometrists say people need to be careful next week.

Aug. 15, 2017

Robbinsdale woman competes to be on magazine cover
A Robbinsdale woman is competing to be on the cover of FabUplus magazine. Jenifer Emerick wanted to use the opportunity to share her story about battling depression plus raise awareness of mental health.

Aug. 11, 2017

Quite the collection: seed gathering at Crow-Hassan Park
Get out and enjoy nature in one of the most beautiful prairies in the metro.

Aug. 14, 2017



Affordable pet care option in Golden Valley
Kindest Cut, a part of the Animal Humane Society, offers spay and neutering surgeries plus wellness clinics for pets of income-qualifying families.

Aug. 9, 2017

Health Check: back-to-school physicals
The start of the new school year is only weeks away, which means that parents are busy heading to the stores to pick up back-to-school supplies. But health experts say another place parents should take their kids is to the doctor's office for an annual physical.

Aug. 8, 2017

Caught on tape: man steals Maple Grove grad party gifts
Surveillance video captures guests stealing a box of graduation cards and money from a Maple Grove graduation party. The Simi family estimates they lost more than $2,000, plus notes from well-wishers who wanted to send their daughter, Mya, off to basic training with plenty of support.

Aug. 7, 2017

Experience a backyard getaway at Baker Park Reserve
Baker Park Reserve in Medina offers camping in rustic cabins or tents, water sports on Lake Independence and even golfing at the nearby course.

August 4, 2017


Brooklyn Park police get new armored vehicle
Brooklyn Park Police have a new armored vehicle called ‘the BATT’ for use when needed. Police use an armored SWAT vehicle around 30 times a year.

August 4, 2017


North Memorial chaplain gives perspective on Minnehaha tragedy
Long-time North Memorial Chaplain Greg Bodin has a long history with Minnehaha Academy as a graduate of the school and former board member. Wednesday, Bodin was at the school for another reason.

August 3, 2017

New Hope to consider organized garbage collection
New Hope has been talking about changing trash collection from several haulers to just one. It's an issue other cities have entertained too and it tends to get residents speaking out.

August 3, 2017


Free baseball clinic in Robbinsdale
Saturday the Minnesota Twins will host another free baseball and softball clinic in Robbinsdale.

Aug. 2, 2017
Brooklyn Park neighborhood uses best crime deterrent
Kathy Hand's Riverview Lane neighborhood has more than 20 years of experience with National Night Out. Her neighbors say powerful things happen when people know and understand each other.

August 2, 2017

Health Check: benefits of acupuncture for chronic pain
With a record number of opioid-related deaths in Hennepin County last year, experts are pushing for physicians and patients to explore non -drug therapies for chronic pain.

Aug. 1, 2017


Maple Grove worker receives free Portillo's for a year
Chicago-based Portillo's broke ground in
Maple Grove Tuesday and offered one loyal fan free food for a year.

August 1, 2017
New campaign highlights Brooklyn Park businesses
This fall, a new ad campaign called, "Built in Brooklyn Park," will focus on manufacturing and products made in Brooklyn Park. Its intent is to encourage economic growth.

July 31, 2017



"State Fair" on stage in Maple Grove
The Cross Community Players' production of "State Fair" is timeless and provides entertainment that benefits a local food shelf.

July 28, 2017
Use back-to-school shopping to teach kids a lesson
The National Retail Federation expects back to school spending to be up this year with parents spending more money on clothing and electronics. Prosperwell Financial’s Nicole Middendorf suggests using back to school shopping as an opportunity to teach kids about money.

July 26, 2017
Daily Dose prepares for Brooklyn Park location
A popular Maple Grove coffee house is expanding into Brooklyn Park. In 2012, Daily Dose opened and quickly worked its way into the hearts of locals.

July 24, 2017

Catch fireflies, save money
A new branch of Firefly Credit Union opened in Maple Grove earlier this year. The credit union is encouraging parents to bring kids by and pick up a unique money-saving tool to catch fireflies and save money too.

June 28, 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
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

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

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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