Dave Hutchinson has asked Mayor Mike Elliott whether the city still needs help from other law enforcement agencies.
The closure is expected to be in place for an "extended period of time."
The latest from Minnesota health officials.
The shooting happened after two vehicles crashed around 2 a.m. April 12.
The superintendent called them a "hoax" and has since apologized for using that term.
If Chauvin did testify, he would have been subject to cross-examination by the prosecution.
The man was knocked the ground, clearly dazed by the assault.
The Voyageurs Wolf Project called it "fascinating," showing that wolves in northern Minnesota clearly know how to hunt fish.
It's part of Severe Weather Awareness Week in Minnesota.
Fewer arrests were made Wednesday compared to Tuesday.
There were reports of residents not involved in the protest being detained, and media members being held and forced to show credentials.
Dr. David Fowler, former Maryland chief medical examiner, said there were a number of possible factors that could have led to George Floyd's death.
Restaurants can't offer "happy hour" drink discounts in Edina, and some restaurant owners say that hurts business as those seeking cheap drinks leave for the the surrounding cities. KSTP says the mayor and City Council are taking a hard look at the rules, and the council could take it up in late February.
Hundreds of people – mostly women – lined up for a chance to meet "Fifty Shades of Grey" author E.L. James at the Barnes & Noble store in Edina on Thursday. The writer will sign copies of the book at 7 p.m., but fans queued up to get wristbands to the event Thursday morning.
Unite Edina 273—which represents 400 families in Edina's Parkwood Knolls neighborhood—asked Hopkins district officials to start working toward allowing the neighborhood to change districts. However, the Hopkins district stands to lose an estimated quarter million dollars in referendum money if changes are made.
E.L. James will autograph copies of her bestselling Fifty Shades Trilogy at 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at Barnes & Noble in Edina. Dubbed "mommy porn" by some critics, the trilogy about a college student dominated by an older man has sold more than 20 million copies.
Andrew Zimmern, host of the Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods" show, may eat raw abalone gonads as part of his day job, but the famous foodie lives a fairly normal life with his family when he’s home in Edina.
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