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Located on the north side of the Minnesota River, Bloomington is just south of downtown Minneapolis. It was originally home to the Mdewakanton Dakota Native Americans. The area started as a Minneapolis suburb in the post World War II housing boom. Bloomington is most well known today for the Mall of America, the second largest mall in all of North America in terms of sized but number one in retail space. The mall originally opened in 1992.

Population: 85172
Local Newspapers: The Bloomington-Sun Current
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Twins (MLB) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Wild (NHL)
Local Colleges: Northwestern Health and Sciences University

Zip Codes associated with bloomington, minnesota: 55420 55425 55431 55435 55437 55438
Towns/Cities near bloomington, minnesota : Richfield Edina Savage Burnsville Apple Valley Mendota

Bloomington News
Minnesota property-tax prepayers who gambled on 2017 deduction sit in limbo

Joe Antonucci joined tens of thousands of Minnesotans who prepaid their property taxes in late December, hoping to deduct the payment from their federal taxes one last time before the benefit vanishes. Statewide, property owners like Antonucci made a collective gamble totaling approximately $400 million in early payments.

Mall of America stabber sentenced to 15 years

A 20-year-old Minneapolis man has been sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for stabbing two people last November at the Mall of America in Bloomington. Hennepin County District Judge Kerry Meyer announced that Mahad Abdiraham will serve two consecutive sentences for stabbing Alex Sanchez and his brother, John Sanchez.

Three awards for TCN at this yeara s MNA convention

This year's Minnesota News-paper Convention took place the last week in January, in Bloomington. A highlight each year is the awards banquet.

Ancon Medical shines light on Raynaud's phenomenon, scleroderma

Shining a light on these sometimes overlooked disease not only creates awareness of these conditions, it also reminds people of the importance of getting screened" BLOOMINGTON, MN, UNITED STATES, February 16, 2018 / / -- Sometimes seen as only an inconvenience, Raynaud's phenomenon and scleroderma disease aren't always recognized as the serious conditions they are, with scleroderma even being potentially fatal. However, the disease that is primarily revealed through a hardening of the skin can have serious consequences depending upon the location, and early diagnosis is critical to providing successful treatment.

Cafe Meow opens, Transmission at Brit's, barrel-aged beer: 30 free things to do this weekend

This week in free stuff to do we have a video game party, the author of Call Me By Your Name , and barrel-aged beer. Come take a look.

What's Fact and What's Fiction in The Assassination of Gianni...

In Episode 5 of American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace , the spotlight moves from the killer Andrew Cunanan to his victim Jeffrey Trail, seen only briefly at the beginning of Episode 5 before he is viciously assaulted by Cunanan with a claw hammer. This episode fleshes out the relationship and, in particular, Trail's conflicted journey out of the closet, which is counterpointed with Versace's more serene progress.

Cheesehead Chatter: Ethics, morals are part of journalism too

Despite what seems to be an increasingly popular opinion in today's world, the job of a journalist is not to spread "fake news," show biases or make people look bad.

South/west metro news briefs: St. Louis Park City Council adopts plan aiming for carbon neutrality

The St. Louis Park City Council last week adopted a plan that aims to achieve carbon neutrality in the city by 2040. The plan, approved unanimously by the council, was jointly developed by high school students, the city's Environment and Sustainability Commission, city staffers and local volunteers.

West metro police blotter, Feb. 11

Theft. A 29-year-old Robbinsdale man was arrested for theft of $174 in cab services in the 3900 block of W. 70th Street.

American fans calm in Korea with worried relatives back home

A 15-year-old American girl looked at her parents across the dinner table two weeks before they were scheduled to get on a plane for South Korea to fulfill her years-long dream of seeing the Olympics. She wanted them to know she was happy they were going, she told them, even as she worried they might not make it home.

Attorneys of the Year: Marsh Halberg

Criminal defense attorney Marsh Halberg gained the distinction of successfully using an insanity defense in a murder case in a November verdict in Washington County. Making the verdict more noteworthy was that it was the second of Halberg's career, coming after a previous finding of not guilty by reason of mental illness in a Dakota County homicide.

Galentine's Day, side-eye memes, and queer night Daddy at First Ave: A-List 2.7-13

This week's top events includes a queer-friendly dance night, a V-Day shopping party, and a celebration of friendship. Comes take a look.

Steve Furlong voted Minnesota Mortgage Association president

Steve Furlong, a mortgage specialist with Twin Cities-based Mortgages Unlimited Inc., has been elected president of the Minnesota Mortgage Association for 2018. Furlong plans to expand connections with other industry-related associations and bring a greater focus on technology to the forefront.

Behind the scenes at the Super Bowl: 400 Minnesota Army Guard members ensured a safe, fun game

Minnesota Army National Guard 2nd Lt. David Ballard conducts a radio check with Bloomington Police Department at Hotel Radisson Blu in Bloomington, Minn., Jan. 30, 2018.

Foles worthy of contract extension

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- Nick Foles climbed the steps to the little conference-room stage Monday morning to officially accept from the commissioner of the NFL the full-size silver football presented annually to the Most Valuable Player from the previous evening's Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.

1 Day Away, Super Bowl Excitement Peaks Across Twin Cities

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New York Giants news, 2/3: Manning, Mayfield, 'Snacks,' more

Newsday BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Most people think the addition of James Bettcher as Giants defensive coordinator will help Damon Harrison.

In The Kitchen: Big Game Eats

A judge has denied a bank's request to be dismissed from a lawsuit filed by former NFL player Darren McFadden. The BLOOMINGTON, Minn.

Big Game Predictions

A judge has denied a bank's request to be dismissed from a lawsuit filed by former NFL player Darren McFadden. The BLOOMINGTON, Minn.

Thissen makes his pitch for governor

State Rep. Paul Thissen, DFL-Minneapolis, speaks with attendees at a meet-and-greet hosted at Sage on Laurel in Brainerd. Thissen cited economic issues as the most prevalent concerns he's come across speaking with Minnesotans.

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