Mitchell Coopet has agreed to pay the fine and replant 27 trees in his back yard along the Minnesota River. It's the largest penalty assessed by the city for violating a conservation easement, which limits a property owner from making changes that might hurt the environment.
A fundraiser was held Monday night at Brunswick Zone where Mandy Matula worked before she disappeared May 1. The bowling alley was decorated with Matula's photos, her college softball number and her favorite color — purple.
Police in Eden Prairie said Friday they have been following up on many tips and leads as they continue to search for a 24-year-old woman, a day after a man wanted for questioning in her disappearance shot himself in the head in the police parking lot.
You can produce a lot of things on 3-D printers nowadays -- fantasy figurines from World of Warcraft, prototypes for implantable medical devices, jewelry, replacement joints, precision tools, swimwear, a replica of King Tut's mummy.
Jim Kor is printing a car.
A former police officer who accused other law enforcement of illegally accessing her driver's license information to see her photo has reached tentative settlements with St. Paul and other cities worth $665,000.
City officials say the pilot was going too fast during a landing at the Flying Cloud Airport Thursday and deployed the plane's parachute. Spokeswoman Katie Beal says the parachute collapsed and the MiG 21 jet ran off the end of the runway, crashed through a chain-link fence and came to rest on Flying Cloud Dr.
Authorities have released the name of a 2-year-old who died after he was found unresponsive in a pool in the town of Land O Lakes. Vilas County Sheriff's deputies say Colin Becker of Eden Prairie, Minn., was found unresponsive in the pool at a family vacation home on Friday.
A judge has cleared the way for the eventual release of an Eden Prairie man who drowned his infant son in a laundry tub. Judge Jay Quam on Wednesday ordered that 38-year-old Randel Richardson not be committed indefinitely as mentally and dangerous. Quam denied the Hennepin County Attorney's request that Richardson remain at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter.
The Eden Prairie man was found not guilty of first-degree murder by reason of mental illness after drowning his baby in a laundry tub in 2010, but before then, he hadn't shown any signs often associated with a mentally dangerous person.
Less than a year after he was deemed mentally ill when he drowned his infant son in a laundry tub, an Eden Prairie man testified Monday that he's not the same man who, in a fog of delusion, believed that he had no other option because he couldn't support the baby.
Most of the Minnesota layoffs will occur at Supervalu's corporate offices in Eden Prairie, although there will also be layoffs at Supervalu's distribution centers, and roughly 20 people will be laid off at its Cub Foods regional offices, said Mike Siemienas, a Supervalu spokesman.
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