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CCX News: complete newscast April 28, 2017
Vandals hit school’s garden
Lakeview Elementary uses a garden as an outdoor classroom. But broken boards and torn up trellises have disappointed school officials.

April 28, 2017


Brooklyn Center event focuses on 'Business of Aging'
Experts at an aging seminar in Brooklyn Center say social security won't meet all your needs in retirement. Many private employees also have no access to 401(k) plans.

April 28, 2017



Volunteers give their time to make TV programs
As we profile volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week, we meet volunteers at CCX Create who are known as the “super crew” because of their willing attitude and capable abilities.

April 28, 2017

Osseo High School play looks at funny family dynamics
The comedy "In-laws, Outlaws, and Other People (That Should Be Shot)" takes the stage at Osseo Senior High School.

April 28, 2017

Osseo pounds Spring Lake Park in frigid softball contest
The Osseo softball team is having a good season so far. The Orioles put 13 runs on the board despite very cold conditions Thursday on the way to a 13-3 win over Spring Lake Park.

April 28, 2017



Volunteers make Wayzata literacy program a success
The joy of reading doesn't happen overnight. Some children need a push, and the Wayzata School District has a program designed to do just that.

April 27, 2017
Breck senior strives at cello, sets school record in track
This week's Standout Student really does it all. Kajsa Johansson, a senior at Breck, has played cello since she was 5 and is now the school’s record holder in the 100-meter dash.

April 27, 2017

First-of-its-kind MN charter school moving to Brooklyn Park
A unique charter school is moving to Brooklyn Park. It's the only Russian charter school in the Upper Midwest.

April 27, 2017
Plymouth approves plans to overhaul East Medicine Lake Park
Plymouth has approved significant improvements to one of the city's largest parks. East Medicine Lake Park is more than 30 years old and is in need of renovation. The improvements include replacing the park shelter.

April 27, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 27, 2017
Police show young adults “what our job really is”
North Hennepin Community College was the site of a law enforcement workshop Wednesday. A Robbinsdale pastor put the event together, hoping that students will pursue careers as police officers, deputy sheriff's or FBI agents.

April 26, 2017

Mega volunteer effort behind Brooklyn Center Mega Sale
A core group of 25 volunteers from Brooklyn United Methodist Church work almost year-round to gather, sort and store items for the summer Mega Sale. Despite the hard work, volunteers come back for the camaraderie and fun.

April 26, 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


Wayzata synchronized swimmers aiming for another title
The Wayzata synchronized swimming team will try to extend an amazing streak this season. The Trojans will take aim at their 11th consecutive state championship next month.

April 26, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 26, 2017
Weight loss program provides accountability
Every year, resolutions are made and broken when it comes to losing weight and living a healthier lifestyle. One program in Golden Valley aims to help patients work on their goals.

April 25, 2017

State Patrol cracks down on work zone speeding
MnDOT and the Minnesota State Patrol are teaming up to try and stop speeding through the I-94 construction zone in Brooklyn Center and Minneapolis.

April 25, 2017


CEAP Volunteer serves with a purpose
Volunteer Linda Kubinski donates more than 500 hours each year to CEAP in Brooklyn Center. She helps organize and sort in the Turning Leaf Thrift Store.

April 25, 2017

Wayzata tops Hopkins to stay unbeaten in baseball
The Wayzata baseball team graduated some good talent from last year's state championship team, but the Trojans are looking strong again. They had 13 hits on the way to a 5-1 win over Hopkins Monday. Wayzata is now 5-0 this season.

April 25, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 25, 2017
Hog-nosed snakes reintroduced to prairie
Three Rivers Parks officials released six snakes at Crow Hassan Park. They’re trying to bring back the Plains Hog-Nosed snake. Its secretive and spends most of its time underground.

April 25, 2017



Arson suspected in Brooklyn Center restaurant fire
Brooklyn Center officials are calling a fire at Jammin' Wings suspicious. Authorities think someone tossed a flammable device through the windows.

April 24, 2017
Cooper classrooms get innovative overhaul
Four classrooms at Cooper High School have been overhauled with changes promoting group learning and problem solving with the use of technology.

April 24, 2017
Business is booming for Golden Valley tech refurbisher
Earth Day was Saturday, but a Golden Valley company wants people to think about the environment year round.

April 24, 2017
Maple Grove woman plays integral role in helping foster dogs
This is National Volunteer Week. Ann Marie Roder of Maple Grove is making a difference by providing foster care for dogs waiting to be adopted.

April 24, 2017
Student works to bring mural to Robbinsdale
Charlie Delano, an eighth-grade student who lives in Robbinsdale, is fundraising to have a mural on the Ace Hardware building.

April 24, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast April 24, 2017
Maple Grove girls lacrosse tops Osseo-Park Center
Maple Grove defeated Osseo-Park Center 10-6 in girls lacrosse in a match-up of section finalists from a year ago. This year, the Crimson held a 5-3 halftime lead and scored the final three goals of the game.

April 24, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 21, 2017
Raising chickens increasingly popular in the burbs
Robbinsdale approved three permits this week for families who want to raise more backyard chickens than the rules allow.

April 21, 2017


Maple Grove has plenty of new faces in girls lacrosse
The Maple Grove girls lacrosse team reached the state tournament last season. Just a handful of players return from that team, meaning a lot of young players are in the lineup.

April 21, 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

Maple Grove woman helps connect fans to Prince memories
One year after Prince’s death, Kristin Kokkila celebrates a new circle of friends who came together through tragedy.

April 21, 2017

Champlin Park set to co-op with Coon Rapids in girls hockey
Champlin Park will become part of a co-op for the first time since 1996 in girls hockey, starting next season. Coon Rapids, which had been paired with Spring Lake Park, will now team up with Champlin Park.

April 21, 2017

Standout Student excels in classroom, track
Standout Student Alexandrea Hurst, a senior at Armstrong High School, excels in the classroom and on the track field

April 20, 2017

Rain doesn't slow Champlin Park in girls lacrosse
The Champlin Park girls lacrosse team battled the elements and Spring Lake Park Wednesday evening. The Rebels beat the Panthers 11-3 on a sloppy field to improve to 2-0.

April 20, 2017
Measles outbreak includes case in Plymouth
The measles outbreak in Hennepin County is now up to 12 confirmed cases. Most are in Minneapolis, but there are some cases in the suburbs, including one in Plymouth.

April 20, 2017

90-year-old Golden Valley man throws out first pitch at Twins game
A local veteran from Golden Valley got a once-in-a-lifetime experience Thursday. A second chance at life inspired a new set of aspirations for Emery Erickson.

April 20, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast April 20, 2017
Hennepin County unveils new lightning sensors
Hennepin County Emergency Management now has a lightning detection station. The high-tech gadgets and sensors are supposed to detect lightning quicker.

April 19, 2017




90-year-old from Golden Valley to throw out first pitch at Target Field
A Covenant Village of Golden Valley resident is set to take an item off his "bucket list."

April 18, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast April 19, 2017
Wayzata falls in boys lacrosse
Wayzata and Eden Prairie reached the state semifinals in boys lacrosse last season. The Trojans and Eagles met for the first time this season Tuesday evening, with Eden Prairie winning 9-4.

April 19, 2017

Breck girls win lacrosse opener
The Breck girls lacrosse team has high goals this season. The Mustangs opened the season with a 13-7 win over St. Paul United Tuesday night.

April 19, 2017

Police training now includes community engagement
There's a new twist in the training program to become a Brooklyn Park police officer. The Brooklyn Park Police Department wants its cops better connected with the community they serve.

April 19, 2017


Money Savers: Buying groceries online
The food and grocery delivery business is growing, with more options available than ever before. But one Minnesota company that has been doing it all along.

April 19, 2017


Osseo tops Buffalo in baseball pitcher's duel
John Bezdicek of Osseo pitched a three-hit shutout with seven strikeouts to outduel Buffalo's Tyler Brown as the Orioles beat the Bison 1-0 in baseball Monday. Osseo improved to 4-0 with the win.

April 18, 2017
Maple Grove reverses course, approves Portillo’s
The famous Chicago hot dog chain Portillo's could come to Maple Grove after all. After previously rejecting the restaurant's plans, the city council voted 4-1 Monday night in favor of the plans.

April 18, 2017

Thieves strike sports memorabilia shops
What a difference a day makes. Monday we heard about the heart behind a sports card shop in Golden Valley. Today it's heartbreak for the owners, after a break-in Monday night.

April 18, 2017



Health Check: parenting in a digital age
Technology is becoming a greater part of our lives every day with the prevalence of smartphones and tablets. As a result, technology and social media are changing nearly every aspect of family interaction.

April 18, 2017



CCX News: complete newscast April 18, 2017
Police: Plymouth jogger killed serves as sad reminder
A jogger was fatally struck by a motorist Saturday morning while crossing County Road 101 in Plymouth. Police say it's a sad reminder for drivers and pedestrians to pay extra attention.

April 17, 2017
Jobs training program starts for Bottineau light rail
If you want to work on future light rail construction projects in the Twin Cities, there are some potential opportunities. An orientation program is underway for unemployed or underemployed residents.

April 17, 2017


Golden Valley business where work is play
Golden Valley’s Twin Cities Sports Cards and Papa Hawk’s Sports & Collectibles has a new 2,200-square-foot home right off Highway 169. The shop is a labor of love for its two owners.

April 17, 2017



Benilde tops Cooper in baseball
Benilde-St. Margaret’s scored five runs in the third inning as the Red Knights topped Cooper 10-5 in a Metro West Conference baseball game. Peyton James drove in four runs for the Red Knights.

April 17, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 17, 2017
Osseo proposing a food truck event
Springtime event in the works to bring people to town during a slower time of the year.

posted - April 14, 2017

Light rail designers move to next phase
Supporters are continuing to work to secure funding for the $1.5 billion Bottineau Light Rail Project. Brooklyn Park unveils streetscape plans on West Broadway.

April 13, 2017

State lawmakers may revise teacher tenure protections
Due to budget challenges, many teachers who don't have seniority in their districts might not have jobs next year. Legislation is being considered to change that system.

April 13, 2017

Unique partnership teaches more kids to swim
For the first time, Hennepin County is providing money from the Hennepin County Youth Sports Program to organizations that teach children how to swim.

April 13, 2017

West Lutheran senior makes multidimensional mark
Ethan Denninger is a senior at West Lutheran High in Plymouth who is carrying a perfect 4.0 grade point average, but that's not what makes him truly stand out.

April 13, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 12, 2017
Local mayors worry about empty mall space, rethink retail
The retail industry is struggling, says one University of Minnesota professor. That has local cities using different methods to drive in customers. Brooklyn Park is looking to the future, while Maple Grove is trying to reinvent itself.

April 12, 2017

Mail carriers warn pet owners about fallout from dog attacks
The Twin Cities are on another top 10 list, only this is not a good one. According to the U.S. Postal Service, there were 43 dog attacks on Twin Cities mail carriers last year.

April 12, 2017

How going green can save green
With Earth Day coming up later this month, recycling centers and nonprofits are using this time to talk about how going green is good for everyone.

April 12, 2017


Truck inspections in Crystal turn up problems
Police in Crystal concentrated on inspecting commercial trucks for equipment violations. They found some violations that were serious enough to take the vehicles off the road.

April 11, 2017
Feelin’ stressed out? Exercise does wonders
Sitting in traffic, paying bills, meeting tight deadlines: all of it leads to stress. But stress that’s left unchecked can lead to serious health problems.

April 11, 2017

Armstrong softball excited to build on 2016 finish
The Armstrong softball team finished as runner-up to Hopkins in 2016 in Section 6AAAA, one season after winning just one game. The Falcons start this year needing to replace six starters from a year ago and hoping to improve on their 3-10 conference record from a year ago.

April 11, 2017

Rebels softball ready for big season
Champlin Park's softball team is coming off a 14-win season, and with most of that team returning, the Rebels will take aim at the school's first state tournament appearance in softball.

April 11, 2017


Area lakes in need of low salt diet
A recent study on road salt runoff into lakes is not good news for the Twin Cities. In fact, the Twin Cities metro has some of the saltiest fresh water in the country.

April 11, 2017
CCX News: complete newscast April 11, 2017
Plymouth police urge caution with flashing yellow turn arrows
Plymouth say risky moves by drivers have led to a growing number of collisions at intersections with flashing yellow turn arrows.

April 10, 2017

Golden Valley nonprofit works to help refugees
A Golden Valley relief agency is giving hope and healing to refugees from Syria.  Volunteers works at several camps in Greece, mostly providing psychological services.

April 10, 2017

Maple Grove aiming to return to state baseball tournament
The Maple Grove baseball team will shoot for a return trip to the state tournament this spring. The Crimson won the Section 8AAAA title last season but will have a lot of new faces in the lineup this spring.

April 10, 2017


Park Center duo play in girls All-Star basketball
Mikayla Hayes and Ann Simonet of Park Center played in the Minnesota Girls All-Star basketball series Saturday at Carleton College in Northfield. The Pirates duo played in the second game for the White team, coached by Park Center's Chris VanderHyde and Luke Swedberg.

April 10, 2017



Test prep "Rock Star" visits MCA
Test prep guru Ray Dass visited Maranatha Christian Academy in Brooklyn Park, where students were more than surprised to see the man who has helped prepare them for the SAT and ACT tests.

April 10, 2017

Small suburb grows for the first time in decades
For the first time since 1980, Osseo's population is on the rise. A new apartment development is helping to boost the city's population growth as Osseo prepares for the rise to continue.

April 10, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast April 10, 2017
What to do with your old cell phones
A lot of people change cell phones often these days, leading to a problem. What do you do with a drawer full of old phones? The wrong move could be bad for the environment or your personal information.

April 11, 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


Local group sheds light on Syrian refugees
Lindsey Smith is a nurse practitioner with the Syrian American Medical Society. She worked with the Northwest Islamic Community Center in Plymouth on a fundraiser for refugees.

April 7, 2017
Picturing Minnesota: New Hope photographer Doug Ohman
New Hope photographer and storyteller Doug Ohman combines his love of photography and history to document some of Minnesota's landmark buildings.

April 7, 2017


Golden Valley, Maple Grove begin preps for Super Bowl LII
With about 300 days until Minnesota hosts the Super Bowl, local cities are already getting ready for the big game. Cities in the northwest metro are hoping to attract fans to the suburbs.

April 7, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast April 7, 2017
Big inning carries Osseo past Cooper
Osseo broke open a close game with five runs in the top of the fifth inning on the way to an 8-3 win over Cooper in the season baseball opener for both teams.

April 6, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 6, 2017
Maple Grove woman named Miss Minnesota United States
Jamie Whitehead, 24, was crowned Miss Minnesota United States in February. She also works at Park Nicollet's Heart and Vascular Center.

April 6, 2017


Schools in need of reading, math tutors
Local schools are in need of reading and math tutors. The need is growing, especially in places like Brooklyn Park and Brooklyn Center.

April 6, 2017

Brooklyn Park cops, kids hoop it up
Brooklyn Park police officers took on local teens in a competitive basketball game. It targets at-risk youth and promotes building relationships between cops and kids.

April 6, 2017


Local Meals on Wheels providers brace for cuts
A popular program that helps homebound seniors is in danger of losing federal funds. Brooklyn Center-based CEAP is one of the nonprofits that administer Meals on Wheels.

April 6, 2017

Osseo baseball will have plenty of new faces
The Osseo baseball team has to replace eight seniors from last year's team that tied for fifth in the Northwest Suburban Conference. The Orioles have a couple of good pitchers to build around as they enter the 2017 season.

April 5, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 5, 2017
The root of pollution for the mighty Mississippi
The mighty Mississippi isn't so mighty these days. Phosphorous and nitrogen levels have polluted the rivers once pristine waters.

April 5, 2017


Senior scams costly for caregivers too
When a senior falls victim to a scam, it affects not only the senior, but the pocketbook of the caregiver too. A new study by Allianz shows the impact can be deep.

April 5, 2017
New Hope acupuncturist gets financial shot in the arm
A new business in New Hope offers holistic, affordable health care to people who might not be able to afford it. A nonprofit group helped to get Empower Community Acupuncture up and running.

April 5, 2017

Lack of sleep for kids linked to behavioral problems
It's no secret that sleep is important for the growth and development of a child. But a new study found that a lack of sleep early in childhood can lead to cognitive and behavioral problems years later.

April 4, 2017

House votes to change teacher hiring practices
The Minnesota House has voted to make changes in teacher hiring practices. It's all being done to address teacher shortages, but DFLers have concerns about the legislation.

April 4, 2017

Drug court helping to “change lives”
A Brooklyn Park man says Hennepin County Drug Court gave him the skills to kick bad habits and get his life back. Judge Marta Chou says the program is a good alternative to going to prison.

April 4, 2017

CCX News: complete newscast April 4, 2017
VanderHyde steps down as Park Center coach
Chris VanderHyde coached girls basketball for four seasons at Park Center High School, winning 99 games and four section titles. VanderHyde has resigned to take an assistant coaching position with the women’s basketball team at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter.

April 4, 2017

Two new businesses aim to boost confidence
We're shining the spotlight on two new businesses open in the northwest metro.
SheK Lash & Glow Studio in Osseo & Zuma Blu in Plymouth each aim to boost confidence.

April 3, 2017


 
Art exhibit tells story brain injury survivors
It's often called the invisible injury, but when trauma impacts the brain, it can cause major changes in someone's life. One-thousand masks on display in Brooklyn Center tell the stories.

April 3, 2017


I-94 becomes more challenging for commuters
The I-94 road project in Brooklyn Center and Minneapolis is heating up. Delays are more common and commuters should know they will only increase.

April 3, 2017


CCX News: complete newscast April 3, 2017
Remembering Douglas Rossi
Long time Brooklyn Center and Osseo schools educator, Douglas Rossi died April 2. Rossi was the second superintendent for Brooklyn Center schools.

April 3, 2017

Weekend Showcase: District 279 Teacher's Art Show
Area art teachers showcase their creative talents at the District 279 Teacher's Art Show at the Maple Grove Arts Center.

March 31, 2017

Brooklyn Center heart attack survivor shares story, lesson
Every year, more than a million Americans suffer from heart attacks. In today’s Health Check, Delane Cleveland talks to a local man who survived a heart attack and how he's changed his life to ensure a healthier lifestyle.

March 28, 2017


Want to save on new clothes? Swap them!
The West Metro Clothing Swap started as a simple clothing swap between friends, but now has grown to be a community-wide event. The next swap is Friday, March 31.

March 22, 2017

Health Check: Reducing the stress of family mealtime
Raising a child comes with a number of challenges during each stage of life, but feeding a child is one thing that can be a constant struggle, especially if there's a picky eater in the family.

March 21, 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

Money Savers: Free tutoring
Academic tutoring can cost $45 to $60 an hour, but the Hennepin County Library offers Homework Help for free at 12 different branches during the school year.

March 15, 2017
Osseo Police plan D.C. trip to honor its history
The Osseo Police Department is preparing for a trip to our nation's capital this spring to honor one of its own killed in the line of duty more than 100 years ago.

March 14, 2017
Brooklyn Park business finds success in spirits
In this week's Business Matters, it's a follow-up on a small Brooklyn Park business CCX News first introduced you to in 2015. Skaalvenn Distillery has come a long way on the road to becoming a staple among Minnesota-made craft spirits.

March 13, 2017


Low inventory adds to hot housing market
Local homes are selling before there's even a for sale sign in the yard. The hot market is pushing buyers to be prepared and move quickly.

March 10, 2017


"Mary Poppins" blows into Park Center High School
Mary Poppins, Bert and all the rest are a grand time at Park Center High School.

March 10, 2017
Lenten trend: 40 bags to donate in 40 days
You might have seen the challenge on social media: 40 bags in 40 days. It’s a decluttering challenge that started with a blogger a few years ago and has gone viral this year during Lent.

March 9, 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
Save money on used books
Find your next beach read by picking up a used book at a local book sale or thrift store.

March 8, 2017

Choosing over-the-counter medicine requires some research
A trip to the pharmacy can be an overwhelming experience for someone simply trying to choose an over-the-counter medication to treat a symptom. Not only are there varieties of choices, but people also have to worry about how a new medication might interact with a medication you're currently taking.


March 7, 2017

Maple Grove olive oil shop overcomes global price spike
If you keep olive oil on your pantry shelf, brace yourself for a price increase. Poor growing seasons in California and Europe are mostly to blame. Business Matters visits an olive oil store in Maple Grove where prices are expected to stay the same.

March 6, 2017

Weekend Showcase: "The Boy Friend"
An old Broadway classic is revived at Armstrong High School. In today's Weekend Showcase, Neil Pursley previews the musical comedy "The Boy Friend."

March 3, 2017

Standout Student: Osseo's Maren Strootman
This week's Standout Student is on her way toward a career in medicine. Seventeen-year-old Osseo High School senior Maren Strootman is already one test away from being certified as an emergency medical technician.

March 2, 2017


Church offers new take on affordable college education
Virtues Campus, a new program hoping to be located in several metro churches, offers students a two year degree from an accredited university as well as courses on faith, career readiness skills, and money management.

March 1, 2017
Plymouth singer chases dream, signs with record label
Julia Brennan had just moved to college when her music career took off. She has signed with Columbia Records and is working on her debut album.

Feb. 24, 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


Standout Student is also standout volunteer
Standout Student David Necas from Cooper High School volunteers teaching kids science at the School of Engineering and Arts in Golden Valley.

Feb. 9, 2017

Plymouth woman makes Bollywood fashion only a click away
Nila Chakraborty created ShopBollyWear.com as a way to make Bollywood fashion more accessible for all. She operates the business out of her Plymouth home.

Feb. 6, 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


West Lutheran student blends love of science with ability to lead
West Lutheran High School senior Sheldon Wohlman is this week’s Standout Student.

January 12, 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
Weekend Showcase: "Anyone Can Whistle"
One of Stephen Sondheim’s lesser known works is performed this weekend at Eisenhower Community Center.

June 17, 2016

Standout Student: West Lutheran’s Rebecca Figueroa
She has a voice that's easy to listen to. Standout Student Rebecca Figueroa of West Lutheran High School is taking a gift and refining it with an eye on college.

May 12, 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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