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Located on the Mississippi River Brooklyn Park is the third largest suburb of Minneapolis-Saint Paul. Known for its Edinburgh USA golf course and the expansion of the Target Corporation the suburb is named after Brooklyn, Michigan. The area has been home to many current professional athletes including Tim Laudner and Pat Neshek of the Minnesota Twins, and Dave Lindstorm of the Detroit Tigers.

Population: 71
Local Newspapers: Brooklyn Park Sun Post
Local Sports Teams: The Minnesota Twins (MLB)
Local Colleges: Hennepin Technical College

Zip Codes associated with brooklyn park, minnesota: 55428 55429 55443 55444 55445
Towns/Cities near brooklyn park, minnesota : Osseo Champlin Anoka Brooklyn Center Robbinsdale Crystal Maple Grove

Brooklyn Park News
Officials: Foul play not expected in pregnant woman's death

Authorities say they doubt that foul play was a factor in the death of a pregnant woman who was missing for more than two weeks before her body was found in the Chippewa National Forest. Blevins was last seen Feb. 2 walking along a road in Akeley.

10-year-old invents game inspired by sister with autism

Pahnuly Xiong plays around with the Aeropong ball by blowing on it on Jan. 9 at her home in Brooklyn Park, Minn.

Dispatcher killed, husband hears emergency dispatch

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Relatives of 911 Dispatcher Killed by Wrong-Way Driver Reflect on Her Life, Their Loss

At around 8 p.m. Saturday, Bixby was passing through Brooklyn Park when a man, driving the wrong way on Highway 252 at Brookdale Drive, collided head-on with Bixby's car. She was in a Hyundai sedan; he was in an SUV.

Police Search For Killer In Sauk Rapids Double Shooting

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West metro news briefs: Bloomington City Council OKs expansion of school at Islamic Center

The Bloomington City Council last week approved the expansion of a charter school inside the Dar Al-Farooq Islamic Center from 60 to 84 students. Success Academy, a K-6 school at the center, has seen an increased number of applications in recent years.

Dayton, legislative leaders: We get along just fine, thanks

Gov. Mark Dayton, left, and House Speaker Kurt Daudt take a 'selfie' before the start of a question and answer session on the upcoming Legislative session at the Minnesota State Senate Building on Tuesday, Feb, 13, 2018. John Autey / St. Paul Pioneer Press House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown, answers a question while Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton looks on during a pre-legislative session briefing for the media in the Minnesota State Senate Building in St. Paul on Feb. 13, 2018.

Police officers involved in Maple Grove shooting are identified

DeWayne Burlingham, 50, of Maple Grove, was injuring himself with a knife when the officers arrived at his home in the 9600 block of Trenton Lane N., according to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, which is investigating the shooting. Burlingham is recovering from gunshot and self-inflicted wounds at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale.

Legislative funding may hit bumps

Senate Minority Leader Tom Bakk, DFL-Cook, speaks Wednesday during Fredrikson & Byron's Legislative Session Outlook Forum in St. Paul. Joining Bakk on the panel are Deputy Senate Majority Leader Michelle Benson, R-Ham Lake; House Minority Leader Melissa Hortman, DFL-Brooklyn Park; and House Speaker Kurt Daudt, R-Crown.

Hot Property: Brooklyn Park approves apartments, senior homes in Astra Village area

Trident Development will construct market-rate apartments and senior housing between Zane and Regent avenues north along 93rd Avenue N. The Urbana Court Apartments will include up to 207 market-rate units, while Urbana Place Senior Living will feature 103 units of senior housing. The City Council approved permits and a change to the original 2009 vision of the Astra Village planned unit development on a 6-1 vote after considering community concerns about adding high-density housing, increased traffic along 93rd Avenue and other issues.

Long sentence for Twin Cities man who killed baby after learning he wasn't her father

A 25-year-old man allegedly angered after learning he wasn't the father of his girlfriend's baby has been sentenced to a 30-year term for beating the child to death. Chris M. McMorris, of Minneapolis, was given a 30-year term Tuesday in Hennepin County District Court for an attack nearly two years ago in the girlfriend's Brooklyn Park home that killed 7-month-old Trinity Shelby.

Minnesota schools revamping math instruction

Teacher Michelle Kennedy asked her Brooklyn Park students to solve math problems as they related to their day during class. At Fair Oaks Elementary in Brooklyn Park, teacher Michelle Kennedy pushes her math students to give her more than just the right answer.

Suburban Republican activist sought to 'eliminate the influence of Islam'

On Tuesday night, Republican activist Jeff Baumann introduced an explicitly anti-Islamic resolution at a caucus meeting in the suburban Coon Rapids-Brooklyn Park area. Baumann's resolution, first noticed on the Bluestem Prairie blog , declared that "no Islamic leader, religious or otherwise, shall ever be allowed to deliver the invocation at any Republican convention or event."

Not just boy and girl; more teens identify as transgender

In this Dec. 4, 2014 file photo, Elliott Kunerth, 17, a transgender male high school student in Mankato, hugs his girlfriend, Kelsi Pettit, 17, after the Minnesota State High School League board voted to pass the Model Gender Identity Participation in MSHSL Activities Policy in Brooklyn Park, Minn. A study released Monday, Feb. 5, 2018, from an analysis of a 2016 statewide survey of nearly 81,000 Minnesota teens, suggests that far more U.S. teens are transgender or gender nonconforming than previously thought, with many rejecting the idea that girl and boy are the only possible genders.

Movers & Shakers: Connie Beck, vice president and chief financial officer, Nortech Systems

Connie Beck, newly named vice president and chief financial officer at Nortech Systems, is working to support operations and business development to drive growth at the Maple Grove-based contract manufacturer. Beck directs financial planning and accounting practices as well as oversees Nortech's relationships with business partners, the financial community and shareholders of the publicly traded company, which specializes in electronics manufacturing services.

New Hope amateur scientist searches for stardust on Twin Cities rooftops

Gallery: A view of a micrometeorite found by Scott Peterson under the University of Minnesota's electron microprobe. Peterson found the 0.2 millimeter sphere on the roof of North Hennepin Community College.

State and county officials challenge plans to release serial rapist Thomas Duvall

Thomas Duvall was convicted of a series of brutal rapes of teenage girls in the 1970s and has admitted to more than 60 victims. State and county officials are challenging the proposed release of serial rapist Thomas R. Duvall, one of the most violent sex offenders in state history, from the Minnesota Sex Offender Program .

Just Sold: EIG pays $12.6M for Brooklyn Park apartments

The acquisition, EIG's largest to date, boosts EIG's apartment-management portfolio to 800 units in the Twin Cities. Enter your user name and password in the fields above to gain access to the subscriber content on this site.

Lawmaker says speaker tied to anti-Muslim groups shouldn't hold talk at Capitol

The Democratic leader in the Minnesota House wants a Republican colleague to rescind a state Capitol speaking invitation because she says the speaker is an extremist associated with anti-Muslim groups. Rep. Melissa Hortman, DFL-Brooklyn Park, sent a letter Tuesday to Rep. Roz Peterson, R-Lakeville, asking her not to have Raheel Raza speak at the Capitol on Wednesday.

American Film relocating to Minnesota

With the move, effective Feb. 1, AFM will be located at Engage Technologies Corp.'s headquarters in Brooklyn Park, Minn., following a move from a facility in Corona, Calif. AFM is a division of Engage Technologies.

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