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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
Nutmeg Brewhouse

In addition to the original in Burnsville, Nutmeg Brewhouse opened a second location in Arden Hills, just north of County Road E. Beer is made at the brewery in Burnsville and served at both locations. The food at the new spot could have been an afterthought, but it turns out this unassuming restaurant in a strip mall is serving some standout ethnic fare - some of the best on this side of the north metro, and it is just as worthy of center stage as the house brews.

3 hurt, 2 of them seriously, in multivehicle crash on I-35W in Bloomington

Two people were seriously injured in a multiple-vehicle car crash Friday night in Bloomington, the Minnesota State Patrol said. The accident started around 11:30 p.m. when Kole Krause, 16, of Farmington, lost control and spun out in his pickup truck on Interstate 35W south at 98th Street in Bloomington.

Bus crash injures eight Burnsville, Minn., teens headed to church retreat

Freezing rain contributed to a bus rollover that injured eight Burnsville, Minn., students on their way to a church retreat in Lanesboro, Minn., on Saturday morning, Nov. 11. A bus carrying 29 freshmen and sophomores and their parent chaperones from Mary, Mother of the Church in Burnsville hit a slippery patch about 9:49 a.m. south of Cannon Falls, according to Lt. Tiffani Nielson, public information officer for the Minnesota State Patrol.

Photos: Bus rollover on U.S. Highway 52

Eight high-schoolers were transported to the hospital this morning after their bus rolled over on U.S. Highway 52 southeast of Rochester. The bus was carrying 9th- and 10th-graders from a Burnsville church to a retreat in Lanesboro.

Minnesota Senate's sexual harassment policy is 27 years old. Some say it urgently needs updating.

The Minnesota Senate's official policy on sexual harassment says supervisors should report any complaints to "The Senate Personnel Director." It was adopted in 1990.

'This Is The Blueprint Of How I Did It': Joy Mangano...

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Minn. lawmaker, a police officer, accused of sexual harassment; DFL leadership calls for resignation

Minnesota state Sen. Dan Schoen, a Democrat who is employed as a Cottage Grove police officer, has been accused of sexually harassing multiple women involved in politics while working as a state lawmaker, according to a published report. The accusations led to swift calls for Schoen's resignation by two of his Democratic colleagues, including Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk.

Minn. woman says college failed to protect her from peers' retaliation after fraternity rape report

BURNSVILLE, Minn.-A Burnsville woman cannot hold Iowa State University responsible for her alleged fraternity house rape, but the school may have failed to protect her from peer retaliation after the fact, a judge ruled Friday. The woman was a sorority pledge in January 2015 when she reported to the school and police that a fraternity member had raped her.

Crash injures 14-year-old

A 14-year-old passenger was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 6:36 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Highway 371 and Green Gables Road, north of Baxter. A 14-year-old passenger was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 6:36 p.m. Thursday at the intersection of Highway 371 and Green Gables Road, north of Baxter.

South metro news briefs: Rosemount dedicates Greystone, newest park

The 6-acre park at 1268 138th St. E. will serve some of the city's newest neighborhoods, including the Greystone development by CalAtlantic Homes. Greystone is the city's first park to have a community garden installed as it was built, so it has a dedicated water source for the garden, said Tom Schuster, parks supervisor.

A busy, billion-dollar year for Minnesota road repairs

The $626 million St. Croix Crossing was among the notable projects completed in 2017. The new mile-long bridge opened to traffic in August.

MnDOT test infrared cameras to catch carpool lane scofflaws

About 7 percent of drivers in express lanes on I-394 between downtown Minneapolis and the western suburbs and on I-35W between downtown Minneapolis and Burnsville are there illegally, according to 2016 estimates. The Minnesota Department of Transportation is going on offense by testing cameras that in the future could help state troopers pull over and ticket drivers found illegally using special lanes reserved for carpools and solo drivers who pay a fee to use them.

One of those elusive Tesla Model 3's is driving around in... Minnesota?

Only Tesla employees and 'friends of the company' have been issued their Model 3s. One of them's driving around in the Twin Cities suburbs.

South metro news briefs: Open house about expanding County Road 26 is set

Dakota County and the cities of Eagan and Inver Grove Heights will host an open house to answer questions and share information about the County 26 Improvement Project, also known as Lone Oak Road/70th Street W. Plans include expanding the rural highway section of the road from two to four lanes. An evaluation of conditions at the Lone Oak Road/70th Street and County Road 63 intersection is also part of the project.

South metro police blotter, Oct. 29

A 60-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for possession of marijuana on the 500 block of Crystal Lake Road. Officers responded to the 1100 block of Hwy.

John Kammermeyer

John M. Kammermeyer, 1939 2017, age 78 of St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, October 17, 2017. John was born in Rail Prairie Township Minnesota, the second youngest of 16 children.

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