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Obstructing the legal process. An adult was arrested on possession of marijuana and failure to vacate the area after police gave orders to do so in the 7600 block of Whitney Drive.
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Eagan's oldest water tower, offline for years, needs repairs. But if it's torn down, the city could lose money from wireless antennae on top.
She said his work can be seen on and inside buildings and churches across the Twin Cities, including the Cathedral of St.
Eagan has been the target of a series of brazen daytime residential burglaries. Since May 1, The Eagan Police Department has received six reports of burglaries with similar circumstances, all occurring between 7:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. "In a majority of cases, suspect are gaining entry into the unoccupied homes by forcing open the front door, or ... (more)
Wencel "Chum" Bohr, now an 87-year-old Eagan resident, served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II.
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A hotel guest stumbled across a worrying note from an apparent kidnapping victim, according to recent Eagan police reports.
As Memorial Day approaches marking the beginning of summer driving season, gas prices have spiked.
It wasn't Wencel Bohr's first bombing run over Tokyo during World War II, but when his plane, struck by flak, collided with another bomber, he and his crewmates thought it could be their last.
Andrea Switz and her husband, Aaron, had just returned to Minnesota following a trip, when they had a sudden craving for frozen yogurt.
After allegedly leading Eagan police on a chase in a stolen Jeep, Kurtis Ray Cornelius might have been a little late in asking for a ride.
Each week, Dakota County Sheriff Dave Bellows releases a newsletter. In case you haven't seen it, Patch has it.
Construction continues on a new transit station at 147th Street and Cedar Avenues, in Apple Valley.
Lifelong BMX rider Chance Glasford has-with the help of Eagan city staff-transformed a series of ramps and jumps at the Lexington Diffley Athletic Fields .
Police say an Eagan teen targeted his ex-girlfriend's family in a pair of burglaries on May 13-and made off with more than $8,000 in stolen cash.