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Twelve miles from downtown Minneapolis and on the north bank of the Minnesota River Eden Prairie has more than 170 miles of trails and 2,250 acres of park land. The city is home to the ACD Telecommunications, and the MTS systems Corporation headquarters. It is also where the NFL's Minnesota Vikings call home. A slow growing pastoral area Eden Prairie wasn't even a statutory until 1974. Eden can also claim star Minnesota Viking Adrian Peterson as a resident.

Population: 76906
Local Newspapers: The Eden Prairie News
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
Local Colleges: Rasmussen College Hennepin Technical Institute

Zip Codes associated with eden prairie, minnesota: 55343 55344 55346 55347
Towns/Cities near eden prairie, minnesota : Shakopee Chanhassen Edina Bloomington Savage

Eden Prairie News
Jermaine Johnson's football journey Jermaine Johnson's football journey

He's a former All-Metro selection at Eden Prairie, but instead of jumping right to a D1 school, Jermaine Johnson's journey took him to Independence Community College in Kansas. "When I was in high school I knew I was one of the better kids but it hurt me when I didn't get any offers," Johnson said.

Meet The Man Behind Tommy's Tonka Trolley In Excelsior

TV is part of CBS Television Stations, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country. Click here for WCCO-TV news stories Send us your breaking news tips here Contact WCCO-TV anchors and reporters Check out Good Question Send us your weather and news photos Get information on [] Fire Damages Eden Prairie Home Overnight Firefighters say the homeowner had been checking out a smell before the fire, but couldn't find the source.

Southwest light-rail budget cuts change plans near station in Hopkins

Southwest light-rail planners looking for ways to cut the project's burgeoning budget in recent weeks opted to save $70 million by drastically scaling back a big operations and maintenance facility planned for Hopkins. The facility off Shady Oak Road was expected to employ 160 to 180 people and span 180,000 square feet - roughly the size of three football fields.

Supreme Court strikes down Minnesota's voter clothing law

In this Feb. 16, 2018, photo, Andy Cilek poses with a Tea Party shirt at his home in Eden Prairie, Minn.

Supreme Court strikes down Minnesota's voter clothing law

In this Feb. 16, 2018, photo, Andy Cilek poses with a Tea Party shirt at his home in Eden Prairie, Minn. Cilek was one of two voters who defied elections officials after he was asked to cover up a tea-party shirt and button.

Multiple thefts in this week's Prior Lake police report

The Prior Lake Police Department responded to the following incidents May 29-June 4. This is not a comprehensive list of all incidents to which the department responded. June 2: A 55-year-old Minneapolis man was arrested at Little Six Casino, 2354 Sioux Trail, for fifth-degree possession of methamphetamine, possession of a small amount of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of hypodermic needles, trespassing and three outstanding felony Scott County warrants.

Airlines move to cashless business; Little Rock airport seeks cash-to-card unit

Airline passengers will soon need to keep their cash in their pockets, or it will cost them at the ticket counter. American Airlines, which hasn't accepted cash payments for snacks and drinks on flights since 2010, also wants to eliminate cash at the ticket counter for checked bags or overweight bags and other fees.

Zero highway deaths? Minnesota officials say it could be possible with these changes

Towards Zero Death, an event hosted by MnDOT, challenged kids at Woodbury High to drive a pedal kart with googles simulating impairment as well as trying to text and drive around an obstacle course. Here, John Botteli, a junior at Woodbury High, tries to navigate obstacles while wearing impairment simulation goggles Tuesday, May 22, 2018, at Woodbury High in Woodbury, MN.

Tompor: How car renters can protect themselves from unfair damage claims

How's this one for a summer vacation horror story? Rent a car, return it and then, three or four months later, get a bill for $500 or more for damages. Maybe you're being charged for dings that you're convinced weren't there when you turned in the rental car.

Texas quarterback commits to Gophers for Class of 2019

The Gophers on Wednesday added a second quarterback to their recruiting Class of 2019 when Jacob Clark of Rockwall High School announced via Twitter that he has verbally committed to Minnesota. "After much thought, discussion and prayer, I've made the decision to accept the opportunity to attend the University of Minnesota! #RTB #ROWpher19,'' Clark tweeted.

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Nothing seems to be standing in the way of Peru's anticipated record shipment of avocados to the U.S. in 2018. Peru expects to ship between 160 million and 170 million pounds of hass avocados to the U.S. this year, which would beat the record of 142 million pounds in 2014, according to the Washington, D.C.-based Peruvian Avocado Commission.

Youth: Minnesota United will open residency school for academy players

Minnesota United is the latest MLS club to add a residency component to its Development Academy program with plans to partner with an area school, beginning with the 2018-19 school year. It will allow the second-year MLS club to bring in players from outside its area.

Eden Prairie Walmart evacuated due to bomb threat

An investigation into a bomb threat that led to the closure of a Walmart store in Eden Prairie moved into it second hour Monday afternoon, but a neighboring business has been allowed to reopen. Eden Prairie police and the city's fire department responded to the threat against the Walmart store at 12195 Singletree Lane around 10:30 a.m. and evacuated the building.

West metro police blotter, June 3

Driving violation. A 40-year-old Eden Prairie man was cited for using a wireless communication device while driving, following a traffic stop at Hwy.

Hennepin County Board approves Southwest LRT cash infusion - in theory

Hennepin County commissioners on Thursday authorized an additional $204 million for the Southwest Corridor light-rail project, but their commitment was fraught with concern about the transit line's climbing costs. The funding infusion was required after Southwest's budget recently surged to just over $2 billion due to the increased costs of labor, steel and fuel, and other unanticipated cash outlays.

DEVELOPING: Thunderstorm Warning Impacts Hennepin, Sibley, Scott and Carver Counties

Strong thunderstorms are heading to southwestern Hennepin, east central Sibley, Scott and Carver counties. An initial warning set to expire at 4:45 p.m. was expanded.

Sid's jottings

The former Vikings running back is 33 years old and ran for 529 yards last season in 10 games with New Orleans and Arizona. is primed for a breakout season in his second year.

Population grows across state, southwest metro

Madelyn Pointe is a new housing development in Savage at 154th Street and Dakota Avenue. There is a capacity for 34 lots but none have been built yet.

More Minnesota high school seniors opting for travel instead of a graduation party

Anissa Wallingford, shown in this photo illustration, will be traveling to Europe with her family instead of having a graduation party. "It's actually happening! I'm going to Europe!" said Wallingford, a 17-year-old Hopkins High senior who plans to major in film studies at Minnesota State University, Moorhead this fall.

MN: Help Wanted: Bus Drivers in Demand for Metro Transit, Suburban Providers

May 23--Metro Transit is finding it increasingly difficult to recruit bus drivers, and if more aren't found, the shortage could affect transit service across the Twin Cities metro. It seems transit-loving millennials often take the bus, but few actually want to drive one for a living.

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