Bill McAuliffe

Reporter | Weather
Phone: 612-673-7646
Bill McAuliffe covers weather, climate, the emerald ash borer and general news. He was part of a team that won an Emmy award for Red River flooding coverage in 2009. He has written books for young readers on numerous topics, including a six-book series on weather, and is a volunteer adult literacy tutor.

Recent content from Bill McAuliffe

Soaked: We're No. 2 (on the list of Twin Cities wettest Aprils)

April in the Twin Cities became the second wettest in 142 years of record-keeping. In Minneapolis, Wirth Parkway between Golden Valley Road and Plymouth Avenue as well as E. Lake Harriet Parkway were closed due to clogged sewers and standing water.

Updated: April 29, 2014, - 08:15 PM

Minnehaha Creek Watershed District head ousted

Eric Evenson-Marden’s 15-year tenure as head of the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District has ended.In a statement released Friday, district board...

Updated: April 25, 2014, - 11:02 PM

Ice is out on White Bear Lake; Minnetonka not far behind

Lake Minnetonka probably won’t be far behind in the closely watched spring marker.

Updated: April 24, 2014, - 05:58 AM

Minnesota's unofficial state bird is back: Mosquito season is upon us

In its first such foray of the year, the Metropolitan Mosquito Control District deployed three helicopters across the region, aiming for 1,500 acres where three varieties of mosquitoes might be developing in snowmelt from eggs laid last summer.

Updated: April 22, 2014, - 10:34 PM

Minnetrista council names new mayor

Anne Hunt will serve until the end of this year, and voters will elect a new mayor in November.

Updated: April 22, 2014, - 08:59 PM

Schools get special attention during Severe Weather Awareness Week

Severe Weather Week means tornado drills on Thursday.

Updated: April 19, 2014, - 07:10 PM

Minnetrista mayor of 14 years resigns, blasts council

She resigned midterm, citing a poisonous relationship with four remaining council members.

Updated: April 17, 2014, - 11:21 AM

Buffalo grows impatient with North Dakota oil boom trains

Canadian Pacific freight trains, which Buffalo residents believe are longer and more numerous than ever thanks to the North Dakota oil boom, have increasingly been blocking intersections.

Updated: April 16, 2014, - 06:22 PM

First ice-out declared on Minnesota lakes

Six shallow southern Minnesota lakes shook off their winter ice Tuesday through Saturday, the first of Minnesota’s 15,000 lakes to go blue after one of the coldest winters in recent decades.

Updated: April 12, 2014, - 08:39 PM

St. Louis Park restoration is changing Minnehaha Creek

St. Louis Park and the Minnehaha Creek Watershed District are installing 1.3 miles of boardwalks, bridges and paved trails in a broad wetland that for generations had been literally an urban backwater.

Updated: April 10, 2014, - 05:37 AM

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