Mike Munzenrider

Staff writer for Review and Bulletin newspapers.
Mike Munzenrider can be reached at mmunzenrider@lillienews.com or 651-748-7824.
Follow him on Twitter @mmunzenrider.

 

 


 

Fri
24
Jun

Suspect wields machete in attempted Roseville hotel robbery


Roseville police seek information about the woman seen here -- she's considered a person of interest in an attempted hotel robbery in which a robber wielded a machete June 16. (courtesy of Roseville Police Department)

Police seek information on person of interest.
Roseville police seek information about a woman deemed a person of interest in the attempted robbery of a Fairfield Inn June 16, during which a suspect brandished a machete.

Thu
23
Jun

Roseville police searching for missing 87-year-old man


Maurice Grundei

Update: Elk River police found Maurice Grundei after they stopped him at around 2:50 p.m. June 23. Elk River police said he was doing fine and he was reunited with his family later that day.

Wed
22
Jun

Bystander wounded in Roseville drive-by shooting

Injury was not life-threatening
Roseville police are investigating a drive-by shooting on the east side of the city in which a bystander was wounded June 20.

Tue
21
Jun

Roseville buys parcels to make a ‘pocket park’ in southwest of city


The Roseville City Council voted to purchase two parcels at the corner of Cleveland Avenue and County Road B with aims of making what council member Jason Etten called a “pocket park.” (Mike Munzenrider/Review)

Public input to follow

The Roseville City Council voted to purchase two lots in the southwest of the city at Cleveland Avenue and County Road B June 13 with aims of creating a new city park.

Tue
21
Jun

Rosefest 2016 declares: ‘I am Roseville!’


The Roseville Community Band hopped in a trailer and did their thing during last year’s Rose Parade.

It’s a declaration of where you’re from, where you live and where you love: “I am Roseville!” is the motto of this year’s annual city celebration, Rosefest.

Tue
21
Jun

The A Line is up and running


Metro Transit A Line bus rapid transit service started on Snelling Avenue in Roseville June 11. Roseville Mayor Dan Roe and council member Lisa Laliberte, among others, took a ride on the A Line’s first trip. (Linda E. Andersen photos/Review)

BRT line connects Roseville to light rail lines

Fri
17
Jun

Cars leave the roadway after pavement buckles on Highway 36


The rear end of an SUV is pitched into the air on Highway 36 June 11 as seen in footage from a Minnesota Department of Transportation traffic camera. Pavement buckled on the roadway due to the heat -- the roadway was fixed shortly after the buckle was reported. (courtesy of Minnesota Department of Transportation)

Soaring temperatures the evening of June 11 caused pavement on Highway 36 to buckle on the border of Maplewood and Little Canada at Edgerton Street.

Wed
15
Jun

Rail crossings to go quiet after three years of noise


Houses that abut railroad property near the crossing on Demont Avenue in Little Canada can expect relief from train whistle blasts beginning June 15, as the Demont crossing and seven others in the area become railroad quiet zones.

City officials in Little Canada and Shoreview have said it’s unlike anything they’ve experienced before.

Tue
14
Jun

Motorcyclist flees police in Falcon Heights at 100 mph

Crashes into 

St. Paul yard

 

A 22-year-old man who was seen speeding on a motorcycle in Falcon Heights fled from police and reached speeds of 100 miles per hour, before crashing into a yard near Hamline University May 25.

Tue
14
Jun

The bridge came down

Demolition of the 78-year-old Highway 36 bridge over Lexington Avenue in Roseville began June 8.

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