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High Costs in Aftermath of Dinkytown Frozen Four Disturbance

It was back to school for students at the University of Minnesota on Monday, following chaos and arrests in Dinkytown over the weekend.

Thousands of students packed 4th Street and 14th Avenue after Gopher hockey games on Thursday and Saturday night.

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Edina, Mpls. Residents Upset about Crime Alert Delay Following 3 Attacks

Navarr Jodiah Ross - Photo: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

Three violent attacks in the month of March in Edina and Southwest Minneapolis has residents on high alert, and they want to know why they're just now hearing about them.

Folks gathered at the Armatage Community Center on Tuesday to get answers. There were more people than there were seats at the neighborhood meeting.

Man Running to Catch Metro Transit Bus in Uptown Hit, Hospitalized

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A man was hospitalized after being hit by a Metro Transit bus Tuesday night in Uptown.

Average Prices for Minn. Homes on the Rise

The average price of homes in Minnesota continues to climb.

In March, prices were up 5.3 percent compared to March prices a year ago. The median home price was $168,500.

The Minnesota Association of Realtors stressed the economic impact that a vibrant real estate market has on a community.

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Minnesota Runners Share What Boston Strong Means to Them

Minnesotans who are running Boston Marathon again. At Lake Harriet. - Photo: Ellen McNamara

Every third Monday in April, Boston celebrates Patriot's Day with the running of The Boston Marathon.

The Boston Marathon unites the best runners in the world, and on Patriot's Day, the city welcomes them with friendship and fellowship.

Minneapolis Group Builds New Lives Through Green Deconstruction

Some people are getting a second chance to build a new life by tearing down old homes.

Robbinsdale Appoints New Police Chief Following Prostitution Scandal

Robbinsdale City Council appointed a new leader of the police department. - Photo: KSTP/Chad Nelson

After a controversial exit by the former chief of police, the City of Robbinsdale appointed a new leader of the police department Tuesday night during a city council meeting.

Captain Jim Frazen, who was appointed interim chief following Smith's departure, was appointed the new chief.