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Plans for Panoway on Wayzata Bay include a streetside plaza with a water feature, bike path and other amenities.

Wayzata moves ahead with major lakefront project despite virus

Construction during shutdown could minimize any disruptions to business, city officials decided.
South Metro
March 28

Twin Cities metro police blotter, March 29, 2020

COLUMBUS MARCH 2 Theft. Two snowmobiles were reported stolen off a trailer in the 14000 block of NE. Lake Drive. EXCELSIOR FEB. 15
West Metro
March 28

Driver hit Edina student boarding bus to prove he could kill, charges say

The teen's mother was angered after hearing why the crash happened. Teen is more confused, mom said.
West Metro
March 28
A frozen Lake Minnetonka back in early February. Lake Minnetonka is expected to have its ice-out within the next week, much earlier than last year’s

Ice-outs on Minnesota lakes about a week ahead of schedule

A quicker melt than last year could mean an earlier return to lake recreation.
Coronavirus
March 26
Simpson Housing Services shelter.

Housing homeless in Hennepin County could easily hit $1M a week

County officials say that state help will be needed to cover what they say could be staggering costs.
West Metro
March 26
Volunteer Larry Macht and archaeologist Kelly Wolf cleaned and bagged artifacts unearthed during trail construction on Coney Island in Lake Waconia.

Small artifacts on Coney Island in Lake Waconia hold ancient stories

They might not look like much, but the tiny fragments contain clues about life on the island 1,500 years ago.
West Metro
March 25

Minn. court upholds liquor thief's conviction even though clerk took bottles

Store clerk fought, reclaimed liquor bottles from woman's purse
West Metro
March 24

Two teens charged after man shot in face in Bloomington drug deal

The court has been asked to certify as an adult a 16-year-old charged with attempted second-degree murder and two counts of second-degree assault.
West Metro
March 24

Escalating argument over loud music ends in arrest in St. Louis Park

A dispute between two residents over loud music set off the chain of events Monday night
West Metro
March 21

Patricia Marble, 107, lived a life of volunteerism

She worked as the head of the fabric sales department at J.C. Penney for 24 years.
South Metro
March 21

Twin Cities metro police blotter, March 22

AFTON FEB. 19 Suspicious activity. A resident in the 3000 block of Penfield Avenue reported that a cargo van had pulled into his driveway…
West Metro
March 19
Surveillance video from an Edina school bus captured an image identifying the vehicle that struck a student in January.

Driver suspected in hit-run that injured Edina student arrested in Michigan

The 26-year-old has been charged with second-degree assault and is being held in the Eaton County jail in Michigan.
West Metro
March 17
Cedric Marks

Texas man charged in 2009 killing of woman taken from Bloomington shelter

Cedrick Marks is also suspected in the deaths of his ex-girlfriend and another man and remains in a Texas jail.
West Metro
March 16
West Metro
March 16
John Wiseman Credit: Hennepin County jail

Charge: Rift 'over money and fidelity' preceded Maple Grove man killing wife

Witness said the husband wanted a divorce but was unwilling to divide the money and property equally, according to prosecutors.
West Metro
March 14
Lynn Carlson Schell

Lynn Carlson Schell, Edina real estate trailblazer and champion of senior living, dies at 59

Carlson Schell founded the Minnetonka-based real estate development company Shelter Corp. in 1993.
South Metro
March 14

Twin Cities metro police blotter, March 15

EAST BETHEL FEB. 23 Theft. A purse left unattended was stolen from Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, 19001 NE. Jackson St. EDINA FEB. 8
West Metro
March 14

Police: Plymouth man stashed 374 pounds of cannabis gummies in his apartment

The man is due to appear in court on April 10, online jail records show.
West Metro
March 13
A landscape by photographer Lynn Geesaman.

Famed landscape photographer Lynn Geesaman dies at age 81

She photographed the gardens of France, the parks of England, the canals of Belgium. But her favorite location was the darkroom of her Edina home.
West Metro
March 13
Students worked on coding skills during an "Hour of Code" at Robbinsdale's School of Engineering and Arts.

Robbinsdale first state school district to close over COVID-19 concerns

The district serving about 12,500 students called off classes Friday.
South Metro
March 12
On Feb. 26, regional drug task force agents entered a home in Jordan located a duffel bag under a bed with 498 Nerd ropes that tested positive for THC

Nearly 500 THC candy edibles seized from Scott County home

Law enforcement seized nearly 500 pieces of candy marijuana edibles packaged to look like Nerd ropes from a Jordan home and arrested a man with…