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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
Buying spree continues for quiet parent of Liberty Paper

Mike Fiterman, CEO of Liberty Diversified International, right, and his son Jack, a vice president, stand among the rolls of paper that will become corrugated cardboard. Tucked on a side street, behind a restaurant just off Interstate 394 in Golden Valley, sits a nondescript boxy building that spans several blocks.

School bus driver removed after leading prayer

A Minneapolis-area church pastor who also drives a school bus says his rights to free speech and to practice his religion were violated when he was taken off his route for leading students in prayer. It is not the first time George Nathaniel, 54, has faced consequences for leading prayers.

Do This Now: State and regional park walks, Earth Day events

Take a hike at the annual spring fundraising event. There will be coffee, cider and doughnuts before the hike, and a bratwurst lunch on return.

Sun Country Airlines cancels flights, leaves passengers in Mexico

Sun Country Airlines canceled its last flights out of Mexico due to weather and told U.S. passengers with a return ticket they'd have to find another way home. The Eagan, Minn.-based airline said the cancelled flights were the last of the season and "we do not have another flight to reaccommodate passengers on," the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported.

Proto Labs lands state aid for Brooklyn Park expansion

Maple Plain-based custom manufacturer Proto Labs Inc. will receive $850,000 in state aid for its 202,000-square-foot expansion in Brooklyn Park, a project that is expected to create nearly 140 jobs on top of the 225 jobs it is moving from Plymouth. The Job Creation Fund grant, announced Friday by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, is on top of the $29.9 million Proto Labs says it will invest in the project.

Feds argue against release of arson, al-Qaidi wannabe suspect in Minnesota

The Minneapolis woman accused of planning to join al-Qaida in Afghanistan and setting a series of fires at St. Catherine University in St. Paul had schematics of campus buildings on her mobile phone, along with a list identifying "worrisome" items, such as "pressure cooker" and "nails," according new court filings by federal prosecutors. Tnuza Hassan, 19, is in custody while she awaits trial on federal charges of arson, making false statements to the FBI and attempting to provide material support to a terrorist organization.

In the Hopper: Ignition interlock; consent defense nullified

Ignition interlock: A bill that would force more DWI offenders to use ignition interlock devices so their cars will start would also require creation of a new "judge unit" - meaning a new judge position, a court reporter and a law clerk. House File 3726 is authored by Rep. Marion O'Neill, R-Maple Lake.

Charge: Twin Cities high school student carries loaded gun to full day of classes

A Twin Cities high school student toted a loaded handgun in his backpack and went about his day attending classes only to be caught a few hours later in a car with the stolen weapon and marijuana, according to authorities. Joshua Z. Bernard Jr., 18, of Maple Grove, was charged Friday in Hennepin County District Court with possessing a dangerous weapon on school property, a felony.

North/East metro news briefs: Forest Lake mayor names Blaine Backes to fill council seat

Blaine Backes was appointed Monday to the Forest Lake City Council, replacing Michael Freer who resigned his seat last month amid allegations that he had moved outside the city. Mayor Ben Winnick appointed Backes at a special meeting after the council was unable to agree on a candidate from among the 13 applicants they interviewed, interim city administrator Dan Undem said.

Brooklyn Park wrestles with on-street parking woes

City leaders in Brooklyn Park are debating changes to the suburb's overnight, on-street parking ban during the winter months. Each year, autumn brings more than changing leaves and crisp temperatures to Brooklyn Park.

To reach your congressman, press 1: Paulsen uses 'telephone town halls' to hear from constituents

Instead, every few weeks or months, he phones home. "If you're just joining, this is Congressman Erik Paulsen , welcoming you to our live telephone town hall meeting," Paulsen told the 2,800 constituents listening on muted phones during a recent phone session.

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