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Minnetonka Police Citizen Academy is Now Accepting Applications!

Meet the Newest, Furriest Minnetonka Police Officers

Two new police K9s recently joined the Minnetonka Police Department, and on Saturday, July 26, 2014 you can help get these new officers protective vests through a Police K9 Invest Project event.

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Minnetonka Student Wins Starkey Hearing Foundation Video Contest

Minnetonka Middle School West student Nathan Schneider recently won the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s “Listen Carefully” video contest, according to the Sun Sailor.


Minneapolis City Leaders Appeal for Calm after Arrest of Activist Al Flowers

The arrest of a longtime activist in Minneapolis is raising alarm. On Sunday, the chief of police and mayor appealed to folks in the city to remain calm while an investigation is carried out. Al Flowers is outspoken within the black community, and has a history of suing the city. Even though it hurts, Flowers hobbled out of his home to share his suffering.

Cyclists, Walkers Take over Part of Central Ave. During 'Open Streets' Event

Cyclists could ride right down a busy Northeast Minneapolis street Sunday. They were free to do it as part of the latest "Open Streets" event. Blocks of Central Avenue were closed off for walkers and bike riders to mingle, shop, eat, and enjoy the absence of cars. It was the third of six "Open Streets" events in Minneapolis this year. The

New Fine Coming to Speeders Caught in Construction Zones

The penalty for speeding in construction zones on Minnesota roads will ramp up this week. Starting Friday, drivers caught speeding in work zones will face a $300 fine. It's part of a new law approved in this year's legislative session. The Minnesota Department of Transportation commissioner and the widow of a construction worker killed by a driver