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Dave Titus sent an e-mail to St. Paul officers announcing that he was not stepping down from the police union office or election.
The image was allegedly posted on his campaign website in July.
The department believes there is a "substantial" increase this year in package thefts.
Chy Nou Lee will be the state's highest-ranking Hmong-American officer, Bob Fletcher said.
The incoming sheriff picked St. Paul police Senior Cmdr. Tina McNamara to fill a key role on his staff.
The settlement was reached even though no lawsuit or claim had been filed.
St. Paul attorney Peter Berge alleges that the city violated his constitutional right to due process.
Police said they will investigate to determine whether it's a crime before deciding if it's a hate crime.
Justin Girling promised to start a ministry if he received probation instead of prison time.
The men fought after allegedly calling each other a homophobic slur.
The victim was unconscious when the alleged abuse occurred.
Shawn M. Tillman allegedly exposed himself twice while out of custody awaiting his sentencing.
The baby suffered a seizure likely due to the alleged abuse.
Authorities are attempting to identify an unspecified number of women shown in about 40 videos.
Investigators are looking for a cause; injured St. Paul man remains hospitalized.
In St. Paul, court cases have gone from 15 in 2015 to 2 so far this year.
John Kwiecien courted Carol Watson from the middle of the Pacific Ocean during World War II by writing letters daily for more than a year,…
The shooting occurred early Tuesday while they were executing an arrest warrant in St. Paul.
Results released Tuesday show few St. Paul cases forwarded for discipline.
St. Paul council member had faced charges over helping a woman vote.
The group targeted vulnerable women from Korea and China.
Elizabeth Osterbauer had unrequited romantic feelings for pet's owner.
A federal judge did not immediately rule on Tnuza Hassan's competency to stand trial.
One of three men who plotted to rob a St. Paul woman last year was sentenced Wednesday to nearly two years in prison for his role in a crime that eventually led to her murder.
St. Paul City Council member is charged with unlawfully helping a voter.
The woman told authorities that Lawrence Mokaya abused her in multiple areas of the Shoreview group home.
Michael Withers offered no apology or remorse for strangling an 81-year-old woman in 1987.
Man maintains innocence; he is eligible for parole.
The judge did not rule on the St. Paul City Council member's guilt or innocence in the state case.
Third annual trip is an effort to forge community-police understanding and bonds.
But Richard Joles insisted he didn't touch the victim during the 2017 robbery.
Dylan Fulton was a sophomore studying animal science.
A cellphone recording made by Darren Jahnke, who was killed, corroborates the deputies' statements, authorities said.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi said the shooting of William Hughes in August was "objectively reasonable."
The chief banned muting body-worn cameras, and disabled the function on all devices.
Information was omitted from search warrant that led to discovery of arsenal.
Fueled by a meth binge, Kevin Reek ransacked 79-year-old Myong Ki Gossel's St. Paul home last year looking for cash, dragged her into the…
The increased staffing allows the team to respond to calls of people in crisis, not just follow up afterward.
Rachel Kayl was traveling 82 mph in a 50-mph zone when she struck the girls on their way to school.
The incident, from this past January, remains under investigation, and no arrests have been made.
Desiree Collins was taking out the trash when K-9 Gabe attacked her without warning or orders from his handler.
Abbey Hegner originally was charged with helping her son evade police after he killed Jose Hernandez Solano.
A 14-year-old St. Paul boy was struck and killed by a freight train Friday morning, police said Monday.
Authorities said three men conspired to bilk money from a woman known to keep large amounts of cash in her home.
Attorney says the alleged victim of former custodian is too traumatized to testify.
The Minnesota BCA turned over its findings for review in the officer-involved shooting.
County's interview room gets a colorful remodel in honor of late prosecutor.
The suspect and victim were on opposite sides of a recent homicide.
Convict confesses to killing 81-year-old St. Paul woman during a burglary.
Police do not believe foul play or hazing were involved in the 20-year-old's death.
In hearing, three witnesses contradicted victim's story.
Final autopsy results showed that Shana Lynne Branch suffered hemorrhaging in her eyes and neck.
Jayvon Malone allegedly shot at the purported dealer and then fled after his friend was killed.
Pot dealer allegedly opened fire after thinking he was going to be robbed.
The circumstances and motive remain under investigation.
Cops Autism Response Education volunteers hope to spread their teachings across the country.
Hardel Sherrell's pleas for help weren't taken seriously by jail staff or the nurse, family members said.
Police and advocates are scrambling to adapt after Backpage and Craigslist personals were shut down.
Jeff Anderson said outstate dioceses refuse to publicly share their files on priest sex abuse.
Activists said community members can contact them for help sharing information or turning themselves into police.
Dah Dah Ray had filed an order for protection against her alleged killer.
Police Chief Todd Axtell said he released the video amid calls for transparency in the wake of the Aug. 5 shooting, when police were called to William "Billy" Hughes' apartment for a report of shots fired.
The judge said it was unclear whether Dustin Hegner Royce was remorseful for his actions or for being caught.
D'Andre Norman's criminal records are public data, and Swanson had no duty to protect them, a judge said.
Records show that the city pushes back on claims stemming from serious injuries.
Mayor Melvin Carter said the data will made public after all witnesses, including officers involved, provide a statement, and after it is privately played for relatives. The police chief said that could be within 10 days.
At a vigil, family members identified the man killed by St. Paul police Sunday.
John Thompson's son, 25, suffered non-life threatening wounds.
Swift, sometimes secret, arrests by federal agents alarm immigration advocates.
Advocacy groups call for more accountability in rape case investigations.
The dismissed cases were awaiting trial.
Activists, mental health professionals and police hope the effort saves lives and improves care.
Minneapolis also released the transcripts of the call that triggered the incident.
Authorities briefly evacuated some homes in Edina Wednesday afternoon due to a natural gas leak. Edina police reported on social media sometime after 4 p.m.…
Dustin A. Bilderback allegedly fired the shots after officers began discussing placing him on a 3-day mental health hold.