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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
Dakota County looking to Lyft residents with disabilities

When Breanna Apple's job at Ulta Beauty requires her to wake up at the crack of dawn, Tyrra and Michael Apple set their alarm, too. The Burnsville couple take turns transporting their 26-year-old daughter, who has a developmental disability and doesn't drive, to work so she can avoid rising at 4:30 a.m. to wait for Metro Mobility, which sometimes comes 30 minutes late.

Jail sentence for ex-Burnsville High School teacher who admitted to sex with student

Jail time spread over several years is the sentence for a onetime Burnsville High School music teacher accused of sex-related crimes involving two students. Erik M. Akervik, 30, of Burnsville, was sentenced Wednesday in Dakota County District Court by Judge Arlene Perkkio, who also ordered that he be on probation for 15 years, pay restitution and register as a predatory offender.

Burnsville commission sides with city rule about siding

Roers Co. wants to build a 134-unit senior housing facility and a medical office building across Interstate 35W from the Burnsville Center mall.

Ash borer dilemma: Cut or treat? Homeowners' options unpleasant with...

Quinn Palar, Cottage Grove forester, left, and intern Danny Nichols attach pesticide feeds to a port drilled into an ash tree in Cottage Grove, Minn., on Thursday, June 7. Palar and his team will attempt to treat 1,000 of the roughly 3,000 ash trees that the city of Cottage Grove is responsible for. Danny Nichols, a Cottage Grove forestry intern, measures the girth of an ash tree on Iverson Street in Cottage Grove on Thursday, June 7. The girth of the tree is used to determine how much of the pesticide is used to stop the Elemerald Ash Borer.

Therapy dog helps Burnsville students master reading

Layla Larsen, 9, a fourth-grader at Sioux Trail Elementary School in Burnsville laughed as she read with therapy dog Arthur, a 5-year-old English springer spaniel, owned by Jan Rempher Tuesday. Layla Larsen's voice used to tremble with fear every time she read aloud in front of people or even alone.

US mayors push to curb gun violence, help immigrants

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Burnsville City Council members say sexism, mistreatment led city manager to resign

Members of the Burnsville City Council say that sexism and "abusive behavior" by the mayor and another council member played into their city manager's recent resignation - and that they're speaking up so the pattern doesn't continue when the city hires a new top administrator. Heather Johnston, Burnsville's city manager of five years, stepped down May 23. Though her resignation letter didn't go into specifics, Johnston told the local newspaper that she was leaving to spend more time with her children.

Suburban police taking a closer look at body cameras

Burnsville Police Sgt. Chris Wicklund turned his body camera off after completing a call.

South metro police blotter, June 3

A 19-year-old Lakeville man and a 19-year-old Apple Valley man were arrested for burglary in the 15400 block of Buck Hill Road. A 24-year-old Bloomington woman was arrested for theft after she was caught shoplifting at Cub Foods, 1750 County Road 42. A 29-year-old Burnsville woman was arrested for careless driving and possession of an open bottle of alcohol following a traffic stop in the 1500 block of Burnsville Parkway E. Officers spotted a grill engulfed in flames at Valley Green Park.

Minnesota's least necessary legislators

Sen. Dan Hall, R-Burnsville, plays a victimized Christian in the Minnesota Senate. Privately, his work is a little... different.

Push for 'In God We Trust' in Minnesota schools came from 'Christian nationalist' bill factory

"You know, there seems to be an anti-faith movement in our country, to supress anything that is religious, in any way," Sen. Dan Hall told Fox & Friends host Pete Hegseth. Appearing on the national cable show in early May, Hall whined about opposition to an idea he'd brought to the Minnesota Senate, one which would allow Minnesota public schools to display "In God We Trust" on school grounds.

Crews Respond to Crash on I-35W South in Burnsville

The Minnesota State Patrol says it is investigating a crash that occurred on Interstate 35W South between Burnsville Parkway and Dakota County Road 42 Saturday morning. A tweet from the Minnesota Department of Transportation said two right lanes were blocked in the crash's aftermath.

South metro briefs: Carver County tops rankings for happiest county in U.S.

Carver County has placed first on a list of the "Happiest Places in America," a ranking of counties with populations greater than 50,000 compiled by the personal finance company SmartAsset. The ranking is based on family stability, physical health and economic security.

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