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Some hope Democratic majorities will boost bus and rail funding in the Twin Cities.
The Chatfield native, who had been living in Edina, was a U.S. Army photographer who rushed into heavy gunfire with his camera to document the first wave of soldiers storming Omaha Beach on D-Day.
Harry Melander will lead regional agency until Jan.
The Holiday station had few reasons to dial 911 last year. Yet it received an extraordinary amount of attention from police.
250K tons of waste, including recyclables, would be diverted to landfills if Elk River incinerator closes.
New rules help ensure restaurants are keeping grease, fat out of sewers
Supporters say it doesn't go far enough, while detractors still dislike the citywide upzoning.
The cost-saving move would also help the department get reimbursed for some of its work.
Stench along Mississippi generates complaints.
They say assessments are too high. Cities, facing lost revenue, are pushing back.