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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
Don't you just hate it when you give someone a gift, and they just hide it away in the back of a closet? Or maybe give it to someone else? You spent hard earned money on that gift! Go ahead, be angry. Just don't break into their house to take it back.Meth-addled driver sentenced for killing Burnsville woman
An Apple Valley man, who was high on meth when he ran a red light and killed a Burnsville motorist in Minnetonka in September 2013, has been sentenced to nearly seven years in prison. Darvin Roy Basche, 51, was given 81 months in prison for criminal vehicular homicide, the strongest sentence allowed under state sentencing guidelines, the Hennepin County attorney's office said Wednesday.South metro police blotter excerpts
Warrant service. A woman was arrested on two Scott County warrants and cited for driving with a suspended license after a traffic stop for an equipment violation near the intersection of W. 2nd Street and S. Wood Street.School briefs: Burnsville-Eagan-Savage seeks tech advisory committee members
Each March for seven years, St. Thomas Academy has collected food for St. Paul's Neighborhood House as part of the Minnesota Food Share March Campaign, the largest food and fund drive in Minnesota. This year, students amassed 9,840 pounds of food and supplies as part of the school's Advocacy of the Hungry Food Drive, bringing the seven-year collection total to nearly 40 tons.Dakota County juvenile felonies up, overall youth crime down
The number of juveniles charged with felonies in Dakota County increased last year, but overall juvenile crime went down, according to a report released Tuesday by the county attorney's office. "While an increase in this category is always of concern, it needs to be kept in mind that for the last eight years there has been a steady decrease in juvenile felony-level charges in Dakota County," County Attorney James Backstrom said in a news release.Minnesota Legislature: Assisted-suicide bill proposed
Pamela White of Burnsville talks about the end of life suffering endured by both her parents, including her mother Evelyn White during a press conference about a bill introduced called the "Minnesota Compassionate Care Act" in St. Paul on Monday, March 23, 2015. In the background from left are DFL Senators Chris Eaton, Scott Dibble and John Marty.Twin Cities' southern suburbs bear brunt of snowstorm
Wet, heavy snow covers a downtown St. Paul statue of F. Scott Fitzgerald the morning of Monday, March 23, 2015. The Twin Cities metro saw several inches of snow in some places Sunday following a March snowstorm that swept through the area.Dakota County police blotter excerpts
Drug activity. A 21-year-old Burnsville man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia near the intersection of W. 161st Street and Cedar Avenue.Briefs: Trees for sale at Eagan Maintenance Facility
The race is on: Children ages 10 and younger are invited to participate in Rosemount's annual Spring Egg Hunt next weekend. See item below for details.Minn. man busted for stealing knives he gave to neighbor
Alfred Joseph Guercio allegedly broke into his neighbor's house and stole a set of knives that he had given them as a gift in Burnsville, Minn., on March 11. A Minnesota man has been busted for burglary after he stole back knives he'd given to his neighbor for Christmas "because she did not appreciate them," police said. Alfred Joseph Guercio went to his alleged victim's Burnsville front door at 6 p.m. on March 11 to complain that she wasn't using the blades in the way they'd agreed, reports KSTP .Burnsville police, SWAT team respond to standoff in neighborhood
Burnsville police are on the scene of a standoff in the Sunset Lake neighborhood where a man has barricaded himself inside a house. Police responded to the house on Sunset Lake Road after someone called asking officers to check on the man at 8:59 a.m. Wednesday, said Sgt.Authorities Responding To Standoff In Burnsville
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 [...] 830 WCCO Welcome to News Radio 830 WCCO on CBSMinnesota.com! WCCO is part of CBS Radio, a division of CBS Corp. and one of the largest network-owned station groups in the country.St. Croix River bridge project about to get decked out
The massive precast concrete segments that will form the deck of the new St. Croix River bridge are starting to pile up at a storage yard outside the Grey Cloud Island casting facility in southern Washington County. Ninety-nine of the bridge pieces -- each the size of a two-story, three-bedroom home and weighing about 170 tons -- were on display during a media open house Tuesday morning.Free CPR Class Tonight At Burnsville City Hall
The Burnsville Fire Department and Mobile Volunteer Network are offering a FREE compression-only CPR class tonight at City Hall. The precious kid whose Bruins video went viral now asks others to fist bump, donate and pass it on to help 'kick cancer's butt.'Bloomington man charged in crash that killed Richfield woman
A 25-year-old Bloomington man accused of drunken driving has been charged with causing a fatal crash in Burnsville . Neftali Ramirez was charged Tuesday with vehicular homicide in the crash that killed 34-year-old Erin Randall of Richfield.Are body cameras the answer for public safety?
The advent of computers, smart phones and high-speed internet has allowed us to go places, see things and learn in completely new ways. Technology has also allowed us an interesting view into the world of public safety.Minnesota Legislature may punt body camera guidelines to 2016
Despite body cameras' growing use by police and concerns about how to handle sensitive footage, a top House lawmaker said Wednesday he plans to hold off on passing any restrictions this year. Rep. Tony Cornish, chairman of the House's public safety committee, told The Associated Press he may instead push for a study and perhaps tackle the issue again in 2016.