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A final piece of property needed for a new 5-acre park near the Green Line in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood has been purchased, officials with…
Skyline Tower residents among beneficiaries.
Paul Savage was one of those people any organization counts itself lucky to have. The person who helps keep everything running, who solves problems, who…
Minnesota United is open to encouraging fans to use transit to get to new field.
Most of the winter event activities will be in Rice Park.
The James J. Hill Center has altered its media but continues as a business library and resource for modern would-be giants of industry.
Vikings fans br-r-r-race for an arctic, retro-style playoff game that conjures warm memories
For 35 years at the Worthington Daily Globe, Ray Crippen directed the news and wrote about his hometown with a gentle joy, humor and respect,…
Between 9 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, Minneapolis impounded 670 cars. During that same period, 476 cars were towed in St. Paul.
A three-judge panel of the Minnesota Court of Appeals threw out the conviction of a Minnesota man who refused to submit to a urine test after he was stopped by police on suspicion of drunken driving.
Mel Duncan and Craig Waldron were sitting at a table in front of one of the massive windows at Como Dockside on Christmas Eve, discussing…
Results show residents mostly pleased with service, though expectations are high.
Survey of mayors looks at links between homelessness and hunger in 22 cities.
A 16-year-old St. Paul boy pleaded guilty Friday in juvenile court to injuring a Central High School teacher and an assistant principal in a case…
Street repairs and police and fire staffing levels among top priorities.
Suspensions were up nearly 60 percent, from 639 to 1,115, with more than three-quarters of the students being black.
By a 6-1 vote, the council told the outspoken presidential candidate who leads the Republican field that they "condemn" his "anti-Muslim, anti-refugee and anti-immigrant speech."
The judge said he could reduce the sentence if Norman Bachman helps police find the body of his wife, whom the Anoka man killed almost 20 years ago.
Third man critically hurt in St. Paul shootings.
Police had both crime scenes cordoned off as daybreak approached.
The assault last week of a beloved teacher at St. Paul Central has shocked parents, galvanized the union, rattled administrators and is raising troubling questions about student discipline and safety.
Construction will begin in 2016 on the $120 million St. Paul soccer facility.
Teachers union files request for mediation that could precede strike declaration.
Charges say she claimed man slipped and fell on a knife. But boy, 4, said his mother stabbed the man.
Christina Muedeking heard the knock at the door about 8 o’clock Tuesday night. At first, she said, the young man in the jeans and sweatshirt…
To legions of Edina, Minnesota and USA hockey players, coaches and fans, Robert John “Bob” O’Connor was known simply as “O’C,” a walking encyclopedia of…
Amy Brown, who helped the department raise money and update practices, has served 5 chiefs.
It was a little past 2 p.m. Saturday and Tyree Drakeford was pulling a double shift at Keys Cafe & Bakery in downtown St. Paul.…
Site moves closer to redevelopment, removal from Superfund list.
City Council members add competitor in market that had belonged to Comcast.
She edged further ahead of second-place finisher Tobolt in the Monday ballot count.
The longest-serving volunteer officer works busy events, helps direct lost motorists and is just an all-around nice fellow.
Police and school staff members on Friday recovered two weapons — an unloaded gun and a knife — at or near St. Paul Central High…
The car ran over Antoinette Elizabeth Boxer without slowing down and dragged her 20 feet, police say. She died Wednesday at Regions Hospital.
After months of pursuit, St. Paul landed a Major League Soccer franchise Friday. The team will play at an 18,000-seat stadium to be built in the Midway neighborhood.
St. Paul gets official word that Major League Soccer is coming to the Midway, according to a Chamber of Commerce e-mail.
Mayor Chris Coleman repeatedly attempted to defend the plan despite often being shouted down.
Police couldn't corral the animal after it escaped from the fairgrounds.
Officials break ground on project that will replace St. Paul's Dorothy Day Center.
The project will add space, galleries, a climbing structure and a cafe — all in the name of play.
Frogtown has never had much in the way of parks or green space. Now, crops will sprout.
Pedestrian balcony would link area to downtown.
St. Paul police are reviewing an arrest of a 15-year-old boy who was taken into custody after he said that police disrespected his mother.
Kicking out the old cafe cost St. Paul $800,000, but the city is getting that back — and then some.
It was hard to tell who was more excited by the start of school: the 71-year-old principal for more than two decades or her 500 incoming ninth-graders.
Opponents cited parking concerns, but supporters said it was important to address mental health needs.
Delays have pushed a hearing on the issue until Wednesday, to the dismay of advocates.
Ex-Mayor Jim Scheibel's efforts to place a Minnesota sculpture in Nagasaki's Peace Park honored by Japanese visitors.
On Thursday, the broadcast antenna went up. Soon the FM signal will be transmitted throughout the East Side. WEQY is almost on the…
She is one tough rowing coach, her young charges say. But she gets results – and she cares.
Prosecutors to seek 40-year sentence for Dimitri D. Harrell, who shot Samirria White in the face.
Mayor Chris Coleman has been aggressive in his pursuit of Major League Soccer. Now it's up to the team and league.
Pro soccer president Abbott meets mayor, tours property.
Train-loving Twin Cities volunteers add entertainment and information about the Mississippi River area to riders on the rails.
Mark Abbott will meet Tuesday with Mayor Chris Coleman.
A 21-year-old White Bear Lake man on Friday was charged with second-degree murder following an altercation between the defendant’s brother and a friend of their…
Maple Oaks was closed after a state inspection.
Four people were killed when a single-engine plane crashed in a field in Alden Township, Wis., about 50 miles northeast of Minneapolis. Three were killed when a plane went down about 10 miles northeast of Pipestone.
St. Paul officials and Minnesota United leaders have broader development plans for site.
Investigative files corroborate police officers' statements in shooting.
Rob Zink, whose sons have autism, is a leader in helping police colleagues to assess, react.
New leader has a deep history in health care.
Mall and museum officials announced Wednesday that they will open a "pop-up" play space in 4,400 square feet of storefront on the north side of the mall's third level, making the museum's galleries and play spaces available to millions of mall visitors.
The relationship between the suspect and the victim apparently had been a rocky one, according to police.
A veteran Ramsey County Sheriff's deputy allegedly threw his dog to the ground and struck it repeatedly.
On any given day on the third floor of St. Paul police headquarters, you are likely to read several incident reports detailing cases of…
State and local patrols will be out in force this weekend to combat boating under the influence.
St. Paul Police Explorers helped Pheng Xiong avoid gangs. Now he helps kids who are like he was in his younger days.
The St. Paul institution reaches the century mark with high hopes for the future.
A newspaper launched by a St. Paul man gives homeless people a voice, and needed income.
Shortly after delivering a homily about turning the other cheek, the Rev. Jim Schoenberger asked the 50 souls who had gathered Monday for noon mass…
In more than 40 years as a funeral director, E. Peter Vasey estimates he has prepared 5,000 bodies for burial or cremation. His work the…
A Ramsey County district judge sentenced Wilson, 28, to six years in prison for violating probation.
The incident occurred about 8:40 p.m. Tuesday at Grand and Fairview avenues.
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