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Government, Public Safety
With five dead after a workplace shooting in the Bryn Mawr neighborhood, we're wondering how Twin City area residents feel about gun ownership vs. public-safety concerns.
The civil engineer and father of four is taking his first shot at public office. He has been a member of the city's planning commission.
MN United husbanding over $700,000 as election closes in.
In honor of National Voter Registration Day, we’re giving you all the information you need on how and where to register to vote.
Government, Schools, The Neighborhood Files
A lung infection caused by a common fungus has been deemed the killer of a St. Michael girl, while the e-pulltabs made its way to the Twin Cities suburbs in this week's wrap-up.
If you are going to be gone over Election Day, now is the time to plan ahead and vote absentee.
Tim Pawlenty is scheduled to begin his new role with The Financial Services Roundtable Nov. 1.
The Albertville City Council approved the joint city engineer and city administrator position and have hired current city engineer Adam Nafstad to take it over Jan 1, 2013.
Facebook app lets amendment opponents predict votes.
The vice president’s wife spoke during a campaign stop in Hopkins on Friday.
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