Libor Jany

Reporter | Minneapolis.
Phone: 651-925-5033
Libor Jany covers the city of Minneapolis.

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Good Samaritan pulls man from burning vehicle on I-35W

A quick-acting good Samaritan traveling along Interstate 35W in New Brighton Sunday night pulled a driver to safety after the man was trapped inside a burning vehicle, the State Patrol said.

Updated: July 01, 2014, - 05:57 AM

Llama business picking up again

Local llama breeders say the niche industry is regaining its stride slowly, but surely.

Updated: June 28, 2014, - 04:57 PM

Local special needs sports club takes shot at Special Olympics glory

Athletes belonging to the Stillwater club will compete with hundreds of others. “You get to meet people like yourselves,”...

Updated: June 21, 2014, - 05:06 PM

St. Therese asking for $50 million in 'conduit bonds' to pay for senior home

Under a proposed agreement, the city of Woodbury would not be on the hook in case of a default by...

Updated: June 21, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Lake Elmo, Met Council on same page, again

The regional planning authority has terminated its memorandum of understanding.

Updated: June 14, 2014, - 04:14 PM

Union Pacific is going ahead with $25 million in rail yard upgrades

The $25 million plan calls for building or extending tracks at its facility in South St. Paul.

Updated: June 07, 2014, - 09:04 PM

Woodbury's Crosswinds school now officially under Perpich Center's control

Once facing an uncertain future, Crosswinds Arts and Science School in Woodbury finally is on firmer footing — under the...

Updated: June 07, 2014, - 08:36 PM

High levels of nitrates turning up in Hastings drinking water

Results of several recent studies have reignited talk of building a new water treatment facility in Hastings to contend with...

Updated: June 03, 2014, - 04:11 PM

Minnesota cities review rail disaster response plans

Under a recently enacted state law, railroads will help train firefighters and police officers on how to respond to hazardous materials spills.

Updated: May 27, 2014, - 02:57 PM

Officials wonder who will pay for HERO Center

Af­ter the Leg­is­la­ture al­lo­cat­ed $1.46 mil­lion for pre-de­sign work, of­fi­cials turned their fo­cus to fund­ing the $20 mil­lion pro­ject.

Updated: May 24, 2014, - 02:00 PM

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