Nicole Norfleet

Reporter | St. Paul public safety
Phone: 612-673-4495
Nicole Norfleet started as the St. Paul public safety reporter in 2013. She was previously a night public safety reporter, Minneapolis general assignment reporter and a member of the Star Tribune’s Whistleblower team. Prior to covering Minneapolis, she worked at the paper’s south bureau and wrote about parts of Dakota County.

Recent content from Nicole Norfleet

St. Paul man saves mom, baby from fire

Richard Johann saw smoke and knew kids lived in the duplex.

Updated: July 29, 2014, - 03:27 PM

Woman ID'd after fatal scooter crash with car near Como pavilion

Kim Stevenson died at the scene near Como Pavilion.

Updated: July 24, 2014, - 09:14 PM

Teenager’s fast action saves St. Paul neighbor from fire

Ricardo Martinez, 16, is being called a hero after he rushed into a duplex at 424 Goodrich Av. and climbed onto the roof of the front porch to help a man get out of the burning home.

Updated: July 21, 2014, - 09:54 PM

July 18: Ideas wanted at Rondo Days for Gordon Parks memorial

At Rondo Days, the public gets a chance to help shape the memorial planned for downtown St. Paul.

Updated: July 17, 2014, - 08:58 PM

Case closed in death of Wisconsin toddler found in locked car trunk

The Polk County district attorney’s office decided to close the case on Isaiah Theis’ death, calling it an accident.

Updated: July 16, 2014, - 09:31 PM

Man, 79, runs against red light in Roseville, is fatally struck

A police officer on his way to work and others gave medical aid to the man about 5:10 a.m. at...

Updated: July 15, 2014, - 10:23 AM

St. Paul reaches $60,000 settlement with cop who claimed harassment

City to pay a female sergeant who claims she was sexually harassed by boss in 2010.

Updated: July 10, 2014, - 08:02 PM

Dad who fled injured kids in St. Paul charged

2 children hospitalized after van crashes and the driver can’t be found.

Updated: July 03, 2014, - 12:28 AM

Parts of St. Paul’s East Side turned into crime-fighting incubator

This month alone, a new drop-off center is being developed for young people who break curfew, and police have kicked off a series of weekly community barbecues to help build stronger ties to neighborhoods.

Updated: June 19, 2014, - 06:01 AM

St. Paul expands initiative battling youth crime

City officials hope ambassador intervention project will steer kids, teens away from trouble.

Updated: June 05, 2014, - 07:51 PM

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