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Rose Schmidt

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Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Rose:

Minneapolis potholes uncover city's old brick streets and streetcar lines

If you feel like potholes are particularly bad this year, you're not wrong. → Read More

Are you satisfied with your personal life? 83% of Americans are, survey finds

When you think about the work you do, your family life and the house you live in, how satisfied are you? → Read More

Activists celebrate after plans to demolish Roof Depot in Minneapolis put on hold

The demolition of a Minneapolis-owned building is on hold while a legal battle continues. → Read More

Family of man killed by St. Paul PD believes death could have been avoided

The family of a man shot and killed at the hands of St. Paul police officers is questioning the use of force. → Read More

Twin Cities will soon have its first hair braiding school

A school founded by two African immigrants is set to become the Twin Cities metro's first hair braiding school. → Read More

Difficult winter makes it tough for crews to keep up with pot holes

If the potholes seem especially bad to you this winter, you’re not alone. → Read More

Brooklyn Park residents without heat during single-digit temperatures

Some families in Brooklyn Park say they don't have a warm place to escape the cold. → Read More

Minnesota tow truck drivers, auto repair shops kept busy by snow

With the snow and low temperatures, Wednesday was a busy day for auto repair shops and tow truck drivers. → Read More

Nonprofit urgently needs help shoveling homes of elderly residents this winter

Senior Community Services, a nonprofit based in Minnetonka, is asking for people who can help shovel the homes of participants in its Household & Outside Maintenance, or HOME, program. The participants are 60 years and older and many of them are on a fixed income. → Read More

Snow or shine, Brooklyn Park drive-in employees serve loyal customers

Snow is part of doing business in Minnesota, and that can mean serving customers outside. → Read More

Burnsville couple says anonymous note from 'Grinch' stole their holiday spirit

A nasty note from a neighborhood Grinch put a damper on one Burnsville couple's holiday spirit. → Read More

Massive Anoka pumpkin being carved into world’s largest jack-o-lantern

The city of Anoka is saying go big or gourd home. A champion pumpkin grown in Anoka is expected to break two Guinness World Records this week. → Read More

Mall of America testing out metal detectors at one entrance

The Mall of America is the latest large venue to weigh the pros and cons of a weapons detection system. → Read More

1,500 U of M workers to announce whether they will authorize strike

The votes have been cast, and on Monday afternoon, university workers who are members of Teamsters Local 320 will announce whether they’ve voted to authorize a strike. They're the employees who prepare the food, keep the dorms clean and maintain the lab animals. → Read More

More people getting help in Minnesota after 988 suicide hotline change

Minnesota has seen an increase in calls for suicide prevention and crisis support since mid-July. → Read More

What you need to know about the Minnesota nurses’ strike that begins today

Fifteen thousand union nurses in Minnesota have walked off the job, with many picketing Monday morning after failing to reach an agreement with hospital executives. → Read More

Minnesotans say goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II

Queen Elizabeth II has been a symbol of her country, a job she took very seriously, for the last 70 years. → Read More

Minnesota youth, amateur sports desperately need referees

Every youth or amateur sport in Minnesota is having trouble finding people to referee or officiate games. → Read More

Driver trapped in Inver Grove Heights flash flooding rescued

Police in Inver Grove Heights had to rescue a woman who got stuck in flash flooding Wednesday evening. → Read More

Hearing aids to be made available without a prescription this fall

In mid-October, hearing aids could start to appear on store shelves without a prescription. → Read More