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Fifteen miles from downtown Minneapolis Burnsville is located on the southern bank of the Minnesota River. Burnsville is known for Burnsville Center, its mall, as well as skit slope, Buck Hill, and Murphy-Hanrehan Park. The area was named for settler William Byrne, though the Mdewakanton people originally inhabited the area. A new Performing Arts center opened in 2009 with meeting rooms as well as a black box and full theater.

Population: 59118
Local Newspapers: The Dakota County Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Twins (MLB) Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Local Colleges: National American University

Zip Codes associated with burnsville, minnesota: 55306 55337
Towns/Cities near burnsville, minnesota : Savage Apple Valley Bloomington Lakeville

Burnsville News
Instameet captures the spirit of New Ulm

Over two dozen shutter bugs visited New Ulm Saturday as part of the Instameet sponsored by the New Ulm Chamber and Pickles Travel Blog. Instagram enthusiasts were invited to explore New Ulm and photograph the various sites.

Eastbound County 42 at I-35W closes Wednesday as westbound reopens

Crews repairing the County Road 42 bridge over I-35W in Burnsville are about a week ahead of schedule and by Wednesday they will wrap up work that has had the westbound lanes closed since mid-April. As the westbound lanes open to traffic, the eastbound lanes over I-35W will close for the next five weeks, according to the Dakota County Transportation Department.

Berko: Silver $100 bills just not worth much

Dear Mr. Berko: The United States Mint is issuing a limited mintage striking of a silver proof $100 bill. It's an exact image of the $100 bill, though it's a little bigger, 6 inches by 2 1/2 inches.

For many overbooked families, Wednesday is the new Sunday

Each Wednesday, the Latzke family heads to their Bloomington church for an evening of religious education and a worship service.

Doctor seeks to ease vaccine fears amid Minnesota measles outbreak

In this Tuesday, May 2, 2017, photo, Amira Hassan,of Burnsville, Minn., went to the hospital's clinic for a routine wellness check, but she and her father both had to wear a mask to protect them from measles after an outbreak has sickened more than 30 children in Minnesota. Weeks into Minneapolis' worst measles outbreak in more than 25 years, public health experts are still struggling to get some families in the Somali community to vaccinate their children.

Malcolm Berko: Dona t believe U.S. Mint is the U.S. Mint

Dear Mr. Berko: The U.S. Mint is issuing a limited mintage striking of a silver proof $100 bill.

NCAC Calls for Burnsville, MN City Officials to Apologize for Cancelling Play with 'Mulatto' in Title

The National Coalition Against Censorship and the Dramatists Legal Defense Fund, two organizations committed to defending creative freedom, are calling on City officials of Burnsville, Minnesota, to make amends for refusing to allow the performance of a play with the word 'mulatto' in the title . The groups stress that the City cannot cancel a play based on a word in its title that some may consider distasteful or offensive.

Anti-Vaccine 'Propaganda' Is Driving Minnesota's Measles Outbreak

Doubts about vaccines helped fuel Minnesota's biggest outbreak of measles in decades, and attracted determined vaccine skeptics eager to exploit fear, health officials say. But the outbreak has not only caught people's attention; it has helped demonstrate that anti-vaccine activists are wrong, state and county health officials say.

South metro briefs: In Shakopee, St. Francis Medical Center to offer free acupuncture services

St. Francis Regional Medical Center has become one of the first hospitals in the nation to offer acupuncture services to emergency room patients, an effort to reduce the need for prescription painkillers. The traditional Chinese technique would be available for free to more than 30,000 emergency room patients each year as a natural way to treat pain and anxiety, officials said.

South metro police blotter, May 7

A 35-year-old Burnsville woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and violating a restraining order on the 2800 block of Dana Drive. A 29-year-old woman was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding after she was stopped at Highway 21 and Meadow Wood Court.

APNewsBreak: Montana dam, passage to save fish lacks funding

A federal agency targeted by President Donald Trump for budget cuts next year has only about half the money needed to build a new Yellowstone River dam and a bypass channel meant to save an endangered fish, but it plans to begin construction anyway. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers inked a $36 million contract in 2015 with Ames Construction of Burnsville, Minnesota, to build the concrete dam and a channel in Montana for about 125 wild pallid sturgeon to swim to their spawning grounds that are now blocked by an existing rock dam.

Edina Realty names Sharry Schmid president

Edina Realty has appointed Sharry Schmid as its president, effective June 5. Schmid takes over for retiring president Barb Jandric. Schmid has held a variety of positions within the organization during the past 21 years.

Measles outbreak sickens dozens of Minnesota Somalis

In this Tuesday, May 2, 2017 photo, Amira Hassan, of Burnsville, Minn., plays in the waiting room at the specialty clinic at Children's Minnesota in Minneapolis. Hassan went to the hospital's clinic for a routine wellness check, but had to wear a mask to protect her from measles after an outbreak has sickened more than 30 children in Minnesota.

APNewsBreak: Montana dam, passage to save fish lacks funding

A federal agency targeted by President Donald Trump for budget cuts next year has only about half the money needed to build a new Yellowstone River dam and bypass channel meant to save an endangered fish, but it plans to begin construction anyway. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers inked a $36 million contract in 2015 with Ames Construction of Burnsville, Minnesota, to build the concrete dam and a channel in Montana for about 125 wild pallid sturgeon to swim to their spawning grounds that are now blocked by an existing rock dam.

Burnsville music teacher Erik Akervik arrested again for messaging a minor

A Burnsville High School music teacher charged with criminal sexual misconduct with a student turned himself in to authorities Tuesday after he broke the conditions of his release by messaging another teen. Erik Akervik, 29, had posted bail on April 13 and was released from jail after the he was accused of having sex with a 16-year-old male student and sending nude pictures of himself via Snapchat to a 15-year-old student.

Dakota County welcomes 8 miles of new trails along rivers

Scharr's Bluff in Hastings will enjoy 4.3 more miles of trail space after the grand opening scheduled for May 20. Two new trail segments will celebrate official openings in Dakota County this spring, giving Twin Cities residents 8 more miles to bike, stroll or skateboard alongside dramatic views of two of the state's majestic rivers. "Not everyone has the opportunity or has access to the Mississippi River," said Steve Sullivan, Dakota County's parks director.

I-35W in Burnsville reopens after fatal crash investigation

Traffic is flowing again on northbound I-35W in Burnsville after the freeway was shut down for nearly three hours following a fatal crash early Thursday. The closure led to major backups during the early part of the morning commute as all northbound traffic was diverted onto Hwy.

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