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Lindsey Seavert


Saint Paul, MN, United States

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Past articles by Lindsey:

'Burn or bag wreaths' after discovery of invasive bugs in evergreen holiday decor

Inspectors found an insect called elongate hemlock scale, or EHS, on wreaths, swags and boughs sold in chain stores. → Read More

Car crash crumbles home, displacing mother and toddler before the holidays

"This was our first Christmas in our house," said Kamesha Davenport. → Read More

School warns of predators targeting students through smartphone apps

Minneapolis Police are actively investigating the case, after the phone was handed over to the school resource officer and ultimately seized for a more detailed investigation. → Read More

Twin Cities choir uses music to overcome addiction

Choir director Crystal Kveton came up with the idea of an annual Christmas concert 11 years ago as another way to provide healing. → Read More

Bloomington schools test smart thermometers to track flu season in real time

Using Bluetooth technology, a child's fever can be recorded on your phone, through an app, and based on what symptoms parents voluntarily report, parents and educators can track illnesses. → Read More

Local holiday pop-up market returns to City Center in downtown Minneapolis

The North Local Market features 37 local makers, selling handcrafted items ranging from cookies, marshmallows macaroons and cotton candy, to sustainable clothing, baby wear, hats, candles and jewelry. → Read More

Longtime Twin Cities news anchor’s daughter lives near epicenter of deadly CA wildfire

"I guess your first thought is, oh my gosh, our little town of Pulga, our dream, our business plan, burning up in flames, it's such a helpless thought," said Zimmerman. → Read More

Coon Rapids sophomore athlete recovers from rare stroke

Cole Fossland, 16, first experienced stroke symptoms after school in late October, when his girlfriend, Ellie Biggins, noticed the left side of his body had gone limp in partial paralysis. → Read More

MN researchers' mass shooter database gets federal funding

Now the database can enter a new phase of research, boosted by a recent $300,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. → Read More

'Deal hunter' shopping aimed at those left behind on deer season opener

"I'm a deal hunter," said Laurie Summerland, General Manager of Albertville Premium Outlets. → Read More

Minnesota Housing funds affordable homes for single moms in Rochester

Minnesota Housing is helping fund the Jeremiah Program's 40-unit affordable housing campus for single mothers and children in Rochester. → Read More

Target launches free 2-day shipping for holiday season

The announcement comes after Target made same-day delivery available nationwide, launching its Shipt service, along with drive up service expanding to nearly 1,000 stores. → Read More

MN families urge reporting of mysterious AFM illness

In a roundtable meeting, Senator Amy Klobuchar met with doctors from Children's and Gillette Specialty Healthcare, along with the Minnesota Department of Health experts on the mysterious AFM illness. → Read More

At St. Paul gas station, lotto investment in hopes and dreams

In the hours before the 1.6 billion Mega Millions record-breaking jackpot drawing, one local gas station owner found out her customers' hopes and dreams. → Read More

I-35W weekend closure moves freeway project into next phase

The weekend progress also signals a shift into the second phase of the 35W construction project. → Read More

Scared speechless: Blaine boy's struggle with selective mutism

If a stranger would ask five-year-old Emmett a question, he would remain silent, or if he felt brave enough, he would whisper the answer in his mom or dad's ear. → Read More

Inside MN's new gender X option on driver's licenses

People now can mark an "X" for gender, if they do not identify as male or female or consider themselves non-gender conforming or non-binary. Previously, Minnesotans only could check M or F as a gender option. → Read More

15-year-old wins Hamilton-themed contest to intern at Federal Reserve

Henry Long won a paid internship along with tickets to the popular show. → Read More

Brooklyn Park planning commission rejects proposed fulfillment center

Brooklyn Park and Champlin residents have widely criticized the proposed facility. → Read More

Mpls. father organizes flashlight mob for children with cancer

When Ben Osborn's 3-year-old son, Colin, was undergoing treatment for a brain tumor, he vowed he would someday give light back to families facing a similar fight. → Read More