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Mayor's new budget calls for 11.5% tax levy increase.
The 32-year-old is expected to take office in September.
There will be 800 bikes for pickup and dropoff anywhere.
Both sides agree council member helped woman vote, but dispute his intent.
A campaign event for state Rep. Ilhan Omar was disrupted Saturday night when Laura Loomer, a conservative media personality with a history of attacking Muslims…
Those who knew him describe a man whose life was colored by tragedy from the beginning, but punctuated until the end by moments of grace.
Both Shirley Erstad and Mitra Nelson have garnered strong support.
Melvin Carter's first budget includes an 11.5% property tax levy increase.
David Martinez, 38, allegedly visited his children's school.
About a month after Bird arrived without warning, Lime has placed 150 scooters around the city.
St. Paul and Minneapolis have lost tens of thousands of ash trees, and the urban canopy won't be restored for decades.
After a bumpy July and a canceled appearance, the St. Paul candidates tackled issues facing city.
The 2019 race for St. Paul City Council got an early start Monday when a community organizer announced her candidacy for the East Side seat held by the council's longest-serving member.
Teen interns in St. Paul learn skills from local chefs that will help them after school – and beyond.
A pilot program starting in August will give scooter vendors temporary licenses to operate in the city.
City Council to explore viability of multiunit buildings amid single-family homes.
Martinez has said he will not drop out of the race for St. Paul's 4th Ward seat.
The Wednesday evening forum would have included all three candidates for the Fourth Ward seat.
He denies posting seminude photo of his wife on his website.
Data reveal persistent challenges in closing race and gender gaps.
Bird Rides Inc. dropped the scooters into the Twin Cities without official permission this week, and Minneapolis and St. Paul scrambled to react. St. Paul wants them gone until they can figure out how to regulate them.
David Martinez, 38, was detained at the stadium after swearing and lunging at a security guard.
The aftermath of the scuttled smoking ban has pitted neighbor against neighbor at Gallery Tower.
The goal is to create jobs.
David Martinez was arrested and cited for disorderly conduct at George Latimer Central Library.
The city and company have teamed to educate hosts about rental regulations.
St. Paul city attorney says legislator attacked her credentials, reputation.
The top level of the downtown St. Paul ramp reopened Thursday.
City is expected to follow the lead of Minneapolis, others around country.
"The fact of the matter is that we just don't have $100,000 to spend blowing up rockets over our city," he said.
In an interview, Melvin Carter said he's considering the request alongside other city needs as he crafts a budget.
The Minneapolis-based company announced Monday that it will work with the city of St Paul on a development plan. It's the latest step toward transforming the 122-acre parcel in the Highland Park neighborhood into a high-density urban village.
The battle of over separating immigrant children from their parents may be over but Minnesota activists and others say the bigger fight over proposed immigration reforms and policies is still on.
DFL aide to U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison leads fundraising.
Proposal is part of effort to reduce tobacco sales.
A proposed ordinance would apply single set of rules wherever residential parking permits are required.
The law is intended to support immigrants who have been the victims of crimes.
Riders, neighbors especially want to improve the busy intersection with Snelling.
Dai Thao did not knowingly break the law, and the case against him violates federal law, his attorney said.
Shirley Erstad and Mitra Nelson are front-runners for the seat, which is open for the first time in 10 years.
The city is working with building owners to track and reduce energy use.
A faulty irrigation system on a private property was blamed for the slide.
The people who came to the church door knew to ask for Sister Rosanne. Over the 34 years she worked at St. Olaf Catholic Church…
The Friends of Pedro Park Expansion say St. Paul went back on a deal.
With the debate over a citywide minimum wage in St. Paul underway, members of the public will have multiple opportunities to share their thoughts over…
Transit advocates say it's no accident that St. Paul has fallen behind, citing choices made.
The lawsuit says the system's pricing policy violates state law.
City might charge up to $500 for major changes such as demolition.
Flipping the traditional State of the City address, he hears from residents.
Cost is the stopping point on RiverCentre repairs.
The closure comes as city officials are pushing for $58 million in state money to rebuild the ramp.
St. Paul leaders break ground on $2.42 million downtown makeover project that is expected to have the park closed until October.
House did not include the request in bonding bill.
Ordinance would speed up entry applications for those in U.S. illegally – if they cooperate with police.
The former St. Paul mayor will replace Susan Haigh as president and CEO starting June 2.
The declaration will allow the release of state disaster funds if needed.
A 30-member panel will flesh out proposal to start fund for St. Paul kids.
Property owners have until June 1 -- or then the city will decide for them.
The city hired a consulting firm to do engineering work along the bluff on St. Paul's West Side.
Sibley Manor residents are hopeful development hits their side of Highland Park.
St. Paul wants to fight racial, income disparities in youth programs by making them affordable.
The city's new Fair Housing Work Group is delving into the housing shortage, but City Council members say they're ready to act now.
The plan identifies 33 projects that will cost more than $150,000, plus staff time, to be completed between 2018 and 2025.
The event was scheduled for Saturday morning and has not been rescheduled.
Mitra Jalali Nelson is one of three who are seeking to replace Russ Stark in a special election.
Sparky the sea lion is getting new digs at St. Paul's Como Zoo, thanks to a $15 million bonding appropriation from the Minnesota Legislature.
Airbnb lauds proposal; City Council will vote April 11.
St. Paul's Thao faces three misdemeanor charges over helping a woman vote.
Many of mayor's hires are new to city government.
Less racial disparity and safer environment are envisioned.
"Time has come," panel says, to build a 5-block land bridge over I-94.
Some City Council members voiced frustration with Eureka Recycling.
Donations are still being sought to cover remaining expenses of $36,000.
With an emergency shelter set to close, the City Council is working with Ramsey County and other partners on longer-term solutions.
Study finds elevated levels of dust, lead and arsenic around St. Paul's Southport Industrial District.
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