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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.
Local Newspapers: The Dakota County Tribune Courier
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Twins (MLB), Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Local Colleges: State UniversityNational American University
Zip Codes associated with burnsville, minnesota: 55306, 55337
Towns/Cities near burnsville, minnesota : Savage, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Lakeville
Students who take the Mobile Computer Science Principles class at Burnsville High School can turn to an oversize phone visual on the wall for inspiration. Have a nagging question you just can't answer? Students in Cindy Drahos' mobile computer program class at Burnsville High School can help.Briefs: Take a 'Bite of Burnsville' on Thursday night
Food samples from some of the area's best restaurants, raffles, live and silent auctions and entertainment are the highlights of the "Bite of Burnsville " on Thursday at the Ames Center, 12600 Nicollet Av. S. The event will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $40 and are available at the Ames Center box office, by phone at 1-800-982-2787 or online at www.ticketmaster.com.St. Paul mayor declines council's advice on police body cameras
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman has rejected a city council resolution calling for a police body camera pilot program, saying the issue already was being studied by the police department. "The Mayor has said with regard to body cameras that it is not a question of if we will have them in Saint Paul, but when and how," mayoral spokeswoman Tonya Tennessen said Friday in a written statement.Burnsville's Buck Hill celebrates 60 years
"The first two years we were open a total of about 12 weekends ... no snow," said Nancy Stone, Buck Hill's owner and president. "The next two years we weren't open at all because of the snow."Burnsville HS Alumnus & Author At Burnhaven Library
BHS alumnus & author M.A. Larson will be at Burnhaven Library talking up his novel 'Pennyroyal Academy' on 2/26 Couple say they're sharing their story to raise awareness of discrimination LGBT individuals face and state's lack of protections. The blast at the Torrance refinery could be seen for miles and caused 1.7 magnitude ground-shaking.Boy born without a bone in his lower leg learns to walk after amputation
Beaten to death by a baying mob: Hundreds of ISIS supporters swarm over three terrified Syrian prisoners before dragging their corpses through the streets EXCLUSIVE: Back at school and celebrating her birthday while the 12-year-old girls accused of trying to murder her learn if they'll be tried as adults - amazing recovery of 'Slender Man' stabbing victim Missouri Lieutenant Governor says his $86k-a-year job is making him POOR - despite earning TWICE what the average family in his state does Exactly what do you need to do to earn $339,000-a-year at Google? New list reveals the company's top 20 highest-paying jobs Eat chocolate to boost your memory and avocado for high cholesterol: Doctor reveals the best foods for YOUR health problems Police confirm Bruce Jenner DID rear-end both cars in fatal wreck and could face six years in prison if found guilty of manslaughter The evolution of the ... (more)Minn. toddler walks four days after having his leg amputated
A Minnesota toddler stunned his worried parents when he stood up and walked just four days after having his leg amputated. Vincent Lynick, who was born without a left tibia, had just celebrated his first birthday when he underwent the complicated several-hour surgery, USA Today reported .Gary Hill: Privacy shouldn't trump transparency, accountability
The use of body cams by police is increasing across the United States and Minnesota.The cameras are small, lightweight, effective and, at least initially, inexpensive. Technological advancement drove the initial movement, but police involvement in the deaths of unarmed black men in Ferguson, Mo., New York City and elsewhere lent new urgency to adopting the body cams.Prior Lake and South Metro Polar Plunges set for Feb. 21, 28
Plungers dressed as Waldo came up after jumping into the water at Sand Point Beach in Prior Lake during a Polar Plunge last year. It's for folks who just can't get enough of the cold, snow and ice.Bill giving state band rehearsal space plays on in Minnesota Senate
The group, which began more than 115 years ago and once caught the eye of legendary composer John Philip Sousa, has spent decades practicing in the basement cafeteria of a state building near the Capitol. A Senate committee passed a bill Monday to formalize that arrangement, guaranteeing rehearsal and storage space for the group.Deadline set for Freeway Landfill cleanup plan
Looks pastoral: But under the snow and soil are the remains of the Freeway Landfill, a 140-acre site near Black Dog Road and Interstate-35W . For drivers on Interstate 35W, Burnsville offers a dull vista of barges, billboards and what looks like 140 acres of snow-dusted prairie along the Minnesota River.Arts briefs: Learn in Eagan to spin, dye and knit yarn
Textile artist and teacher Wendy J. Johnson will present her book, "Yarn Works: How to Spin, Dye and Knit Your Own Yarn,"at a program from 7 to 8 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Dakota County Wescott Library, 1340 Wescott Road, Eagan . Attendees will learn the history and science behind fiber art and how to craft their own yarn.Burnsville ex-coach pleads guilty to 13-year-olds' sex assaults
Casey Lee Chinn, 23, fought back tears at times as he told the court how he met the girls online and arranged to pick them up from their Andover homes Sept. 29, according to Leah Palmer, spokesman for the Anoka County attorney's office.South school briefs: Nine nominated as Teachers of the Year
Ron Gunderson will receive the Breaking Barriers Award for his work as the coach of the girls' basketball program at New Prague. Nine teachers in the south metro - and 114 others - are being considered for the Minnesota Teacher of the Year award, chosen on May 3. Teachers can be from any Minnesota school and teach prekindergarten through 12th grade.Bankrupt RadioShack wastes little time in emptying stores
Wasting little time, RadioShack has begun the process of closing 1,700 stores nationwide -- including 27 in Minnesota -- with going-out-of-business sales now in full swing. "Everything must go!" read one sign Monday in the window of the RadioShack at Rosedale Commons in Roseville.Town briefs: Burnsville event aims to prevent teen drug and alcohol abuse
Residents are invited to a drug and alcohol prevention program sponsored by the Burnsville Police Department, Burnsville- Eagan -Savage School District 191 and Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. The free event will feature teens sharing their personal stories of addiction and recovery - and how they kept the substance abuse hidden from their parents.Minn. cultural response unit trains to help emergency responders
As Eden Prairie becomes increasingly diverse, the outer-ring western suburb is looking to start a first-of-its-kind program in Minnesota, training about 20 residents from different ethnic and cultural groups to help during disasters and emergencies. Eden Prairie residents - from Somalis and Vietnamese to Indians and Hispanics - will be trained in outreach and emergency preparation so they can help firefighters and police officers with everything from light search-and-rescues to door-to-door patrolling, translating or making sure officers follow cultural norms.