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Bail Set for Brooklyn Park Man Shot by Police in Blaine

Twenty-nine-year-old Lamar Allen Sullivan-Armstrong of Brooklyn Park - Photo: Anoka County Sheriff's Office

Bail is set at $1.5 million for a Brooklyn Park man who was shot by police during a break-in in Blaine this month.

Lamar Allen Sullivan-Armstrong, 29, was in Anoka County Court on Friday morning. Judge John P. Dehan set unconditional bail at $1.5 million and $1 million if he stays away from the two alleged victims.

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Parent Diagnosed with ALS to be Honored at St. Francis Game

Todd, Karyn, Ashton and Lauryn Perry  - Photo: St. Francis Basketball Association

St. Francis students and community members are rallying to help raise money for a parent in the school district who was recently diagnosed with ALS.

City of Ramsey Installs 1st Electronic Charging Station

The city of Ramsey is catering to drivers who are going green with its first electric vehicle charging station.

Drivers will be able to charge their cars at the Ramsey Municipal Parking ramp on Sunwood Drive, on the first floor of the ramp.

It costs $1 per hour to charge.

Flu Eases its Grip on Minnesota

The flu appears to be easing up across the state, according to the recent flu report from the Minnesota Department of Health.

During the week ending Jan. 25, the flu spread is “regional,” which is a step below “widespread.”

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Blaine Man Admits to Stealing Radiators for Scrap Metal

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A Blaine man has been charged after admitting to stealing radiators from an industrial area with the intention of scrapping them.

'We Won’t Rest': Anoka-Hennepin Students Help Local, Global Service Projects

This photo shows a previous We Day event. - Photo: Facebook.com/weday

Students in the Anoka-Hennepin School District are doing their part to end starvation and homelessness.

Students at Anoka, Blaine and Champlin Park High Schools are participating in the “We Won’t Rest” initiative next week, a nationwide effort that’s part of the educational program “We Act.”

Coon Rapids School Named ENVoY Demonstration Site

Eisenhower Elementary first-grade teacher Jackie Slocum is one of the school’s ENVoY-certified teachers who use non-verbal cues to communicate with students. - Photo: Anoka-Hennepin School District

A Coon Rapids school is one of two schools in the nation to be named a demonstration site for a new classroom management program.

Eisenhower Elementary School in Coon Rapids is using a program called Educational Non-Verbal Yardsticks, or ENVoY.