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Greg Stanley

Reporter | Ramsey County
Phone: 612-673-4882
Location: Minneapolis
Other languages: None
Stanley is a native of Milwaukee and loves the outdoors. He graduated from St. Norbert College with a degree in English.
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Behind these fences and razor wire is Oak Park's Administrative Control Unit or ACU it houses the most violent offenders keeping them segregated from

Corrections officer at Oak Park Heights dies after helping colleague attacked by inmate

Back at his post after helping colleague, officer had "medical emergency."
The defunct monorail track passes above the Hanifl Family Wild Woods Play Area at the Minnesota Zoo.

Audit: Minnesota Zoo needs tighter controls over how donor money is kept

The zoo has not been properly accounting for how donations are spent, state auditors found.
Schafer Richardson is building its first apartment complex in St. Paul, a 175-unit building with a courtyard just next to Xcel Energy Center.

Ramsey County property values hit new high; home prices still lagging

But single-family home values in county still trail pre-recession numbers.
This photo provided by the Cannon River Drug and Violent Task Force shows a box containing methamphetamine. Authorities said Friday, Sept. 14, 2018 th

Minneapolis meth seizure is largest in state history

About 170 pounds of the deadly drug was confiscated this week.

Plan for Twin Cities ammo plant snags over nearly $6M in sewage fees

Developers of the former Army site are hit with Arden Hills' request for nearly $6M.
Members of the Coon Rapids boys' hockey team from last season.

Coon Rapids hockey club says treasurer took $36K

Coon Rapids booster president said the team's season is not in jeopardy.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi will hire an immigration lawyer to serve on his staff and help the office navigate deportation and other issues.

John Choi to hire immigration lawyer for Ramsey County

He will hire lawyer to help with U visas, potential deportation cases.
Former Chaska police officer Joshua Lawrenz.

Traffic citations issued by former Chaska officer expunged for likely bias

The officer was fired in 2015 after an investigation found that he profiled Hispanic residents.
Alatus released this rendering of what the Rice Creek Commons business area may look like as it begins to redevelop the former Twin Cities Army Ammuni

Fight over $6M in sewer fees could derail ammo plant redevelopment

Arden Hills wants to be paid $5.8 million in connection fees.
A renovated Holiday Inn is shown Monday, Nov. 10, 2008 in New York. IHG's Holiday Inn chain, established in 1952, is one of the most recognizable hote

Avid hotel, a Holiday Inn brand, planned for Roseville

The Avid, a recent Holiday Inn brand, may open by the spring of 2020.
Courtesy RSP Architects Alatus released this rendering of what the Rice Creek Commons business area may look like as it begins to redevelop the former

Proposal lays out some details in developing ammo plant site

The deal begins to fill in some of the blanks in the development of the 427-acre site of the former Twin Cities Army Ammunition Plant in Arden Hills.
Marv Reynolds played an electronic pulltab game at CR's Sports Bar in Coon Rapids in 2014. Electronic pulltabs, after a slow start when introduced in

Minnesota charitable gambling sales hit new high

But only $300 million of that will go to nonprofit groups' bottom line.
FILE -- In White Bear Lake on the other side of the metro area, a cluster of zebra mussels covered a native mussel.

Zebra mussels found in 3 more Twin Cities lakes

The lakes are Bald Eagle Lake north of White Bear Lake, Lake Johanna in Arden Hills and Lake Isabelle near Hastings, the DNR said.
Jennifer Berg, her son Miles, 18 months, and her mother, Catherine Ellefson, walked hand-in-hand Friday into White Bear Lake from Memorial Beach. With

White Bear Lake water levels back to normal, but locals brace for next drop

With water levels back to normal, locals are smiling more often.
Maplewood police are looking for two suspects caught on camera spray-painting the back of the Alsalam Mosque early on July 29.

Maplewood mosque leaders offer clemency to vandals

Amin Kader, president of the Islamic Institute of Minnesota's Alsalam Mosque, said worshipers would work with police to drop any charges if vandals come forward.

Roseville turns to volunteers to build two new parks

Roseville will carve out two small community parks this fall, tucked between homes and apartment buildings in the southwest and southeast corners of the city.And…

Ramsey County pushes forward plan to overhaul Rice Street, I-694 interchange

Less congestion could spur development on corridor.
When Maplewood rewrote its rules concerning backyard chickens, Tim Richmond and his family got started on the 10-chicken coop they’ve been eager to

Maplewood eases backyard chicken rules, allows goats

The City Council loosened regulations not only to make it easier to keep animals but also leave behind the manicured suburban lawns.

Family ID's St. Paul woman found slain in her home

Police are holding a man suspected of kidnapping and assault and considered a person of interest in the homicide.
Ramsey County’s Julie Kleinschmidt guided the county through the Great Recession and then helped it rebuild.

Julie Kleinschmidt talks about her tenure as Ramsey County manager

After 18 years, she is set to retire.
Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman

Ramsey County Board member's nonprofit owes nearly $40,000 in back taxes

Blake Huffman, a former Wells Fargo Home Mortgage executive who ran briefly last year for governor, formed Journey Home Minnesota in 2008.
Ryan O'Connor

Ramsey County Board signs new manager to two-year contract

Ryan O'Connor will begin July 30. He is replacing Julie Kleinschmidt, who is retiring.
Joseph Paul Czeck

Hastings man charged with vehicular homicide after boulder kills 2 in Rosemount

Police say the driver pulled over shortly after a boulder fell out of his truck and into the windshield of an oncoming car, but then drove away.
Brandon Stevenson walks into the Minnesota Lottery state office in Roseville to validate his ticket and claim his $1 million in winnings.

St. Paul college student claims $1M Powerball prize on ticket bought by app

Brandon Stevenson, 20, is the first big winner in Minnesota to buy a state lottery ticket online.
Debris covers Wabasha Street in St. Paul in May after breaking off from the bluff at the end of April.

State disaster dollars to help Ramsey County clean up St. Paul landslide

The money will help Ramsey County pay for $1.1 million of damages caused by an April landslide that knocked out parts of Wabasha Street.
Philando Castile

Philando Castile's family, friends to hold candlelight vigil on anniversary of his death

Friday will mark two years since the shooting death of Philando Castile in Falcon Heights.
Maplewood firefighters doused a school bus engulfed in flames at the Century Ave. exit ramp on East bound 94, in May 2014.

Maplewood, departing firefighters agree to pension surplus deal

Maplewood's departing staff will be fully vested, get $1,000 more per year of service.
Ryan O'Connor

Ramsey County picks in-house candidate over Met Council chairwoman for top job

Deputy Manager Ryan O'Connor gets the top job.
The Lake Links Trail will be a hodgepodge of connections to existing bike paths in the small communities around the lake.

State gives $4M to complete White Bear Lake bike trail

Advocates for the 10-mile bicycle and walking trail believe the path can now be finished by 2021.
Alene Tchourumoff.

Ramsey County Board to interview two finalists for top county job

Alene Tchourumoff and Ryan O'Connor are invited by board for second round.
Alene Tchourumoff, chairwoman of the Metropolitan Council, appears to be the front-runner to become the next Ramsey County manager.

Met Council's Alene Tchourumoff is front-runner for top Ramsey County job

Ramsey County commissioners will meet Friday to decide whether to begin negotiating with Tchourumoff or another candidate.
Ramsey County has spent $17 million preparing the site of the former the former West Publishing in downtown St. Paul. The property has views along the

Ramsey County to pick new developer for St. Paul riverfront property

Officials hope any new project includes housing, restaurants, office space.
Aaron Camacho, left, and Pastor Dan Stone of Duluth discussed Trump policies Wednesday.

Trump protesters focus on unity as they march through Duluth

Duluth – Shelly Barton drove from Longville to protest President Donald Trump, saying that she was "running out of poster paint" with the amount…
From second to the left, Russ Galvan, Randy Kohl and Beasley Baker laughed as Jesse Harrison smiled. Ben Brooks, also honored, was unable to attend.

River rescuers honored for saving a life in St. Paul

Barge cleaners, mechanics rescued a man they spotted floating down river.
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