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Council Member Rebecca Noecker is expected to become council vice president.
Clark has been St. Paul city attorney for less than three years.
Long known as a "velvet hammer" behind the scenes, she must craft her own public persona as Minnesota's next senator.
Council members approved a nearly 24 percent tax levy increase.
Opponents of the plan wanted to put the issue on the ballot in the next election.
St. Paul panels will help pick city's division heads.
Security plans, more police address some of the concerns.
Police no longer serve on the commission that reviews misconduct.
New mayor supports boost to minimum wage, but resistance remains.
The past merges with present day as photographer documents landmarks.
Move was prompted by earlier closing of skyways, growing number of homeless in Ramsey County.
Money will be used for streets, novel stormwater system and shared park.
Carter already knows where he wants St. Paul to be in 2021.
A political mailer attacking Carter had the reverse effect, supporters said.
Carter will be St. Paul's first black mayor.
Minneapolis and St. Paul mayoral hopefuls scramble for votes ahead of Tuesday's election.
Both cities are facing property tax increases, but candidates in both mayoral races have spent more time discussing other issues.
The City Council will vote on a contract with haulers next week.
With two debates left, candidates talked about their policing plans.
Only tobacco shops, liquor stores can sell them.
Early balloting already started as cities choose mayors, other leaders
State-of-the-art center a major upgrade, chief says.
This is the first year there are multiple early voting locations in St. Paul
Dayton called negativity in the city's mayoral race "unfortunate."
The police union also said it would stop "all political activities" for the remainder of the election season.
Pat Harris made the same call after a mailer went out linking guns stolen from candidate Melvin Carter's house with an increase in shootings in St. Paul.
The limits on Airbnb, VRBO and other online platforms were approved Wednesday ahead of the Super Bowl.
Melvin Carter, Pat Harris see fundraising surge before Nov. 7 election.
Star Tribune analysis shows which candidates are favored in different St. Paul neighborhoods and what communities outside St. Paul — and outside Minnesota — are financially fueling the race.
The documents outline political ties between Thao's opponent and Minneapolis' Jacob Frey.
Some city leaders are growing cautious about new regulations and their effect on business owners.
The change would have hit local restaurants hard, council members said.
Most say that population growth requires greater safety, more amenities.
St. Paul mayoral candidate also pushing for more prosecution of gun crimes.
Voters in both cities are no longer limited to one choice, and that's changed the tactics candidates are employing. Some are hesitant to criticize others for fear of alienating their supporters.
Background in business, community work primed Harris to run for his dream job.
Mayoral candidates said the city needs to address gun violence.
The city would limit the number of visitors who can stay in a home.
With deep roots in Rondo, former City Council member wants to pay it forward.
Business owners say the site would bring new customers.
The master plan, which has been divisive in the Highland Park area, will guide development of the 122-acre site into an urban village.
Council members plan to work with businesses before moving forward with regulations.
Dayton told hundreds of business executives and political leaders at the annual Minnesota Business Partnership dinner that his style of politics had become "too old-fashioned."
Activists will urge mayoral candidates to raise the minimum wage.
City Council will vote next month on Earth-friendly food containers and cups.
Ahead of a City Council vote next week, foes and fans continue to slug it out.
St. Paul taxpayers will pay for street maintenance differently next year.
The city already restricts the sale of some flavors of tobacco.
Team-affiliated developers control the 15.6-acre site.
Closing time moves up two hours, due to public safety concerns.
Carter has led Dayton's Children's Cabinet.
Donors to their campaigns included business owners, educators and state staff members.
The Scott County attorney's office said there was insufficient information to prosecute.
He wants reduced height unless developer adds more green space.
New report provides insight as the city plans for future development.
A night market, big slide and Ice Palace are planned in St. Paul to coincide with Super Bowl across the river.
City ponders how Ramsey County alliance can better serve its citizens.
A portion of the shopping center's land is needed for soccer stadium construction.
People are divided on what time skyways should be closed.
Guns, electronics and household goods were stolen.
In his last budget address, held at St. Paul College, Chris Coleman says the increase primarily is a cost shift.
12 meet the filing deadline in Minneapolis; 11 will run in St. Paul.
Coleman to detail St. Paul plans Tuesday; in Mpls., Hodges will give brief version.
Police raised concerns about the commission's procedures.
Advisory committee members will select a route and transit type in December.
People who live near Listening House gave St. Paul officials an earful on center's zoning requirements. Now a month has been set aside to work on problems.
More kids are going to preschool this fall as a result of state funding.
The City Council opted for a smaller increase in the annual fee after public outcry.
The city's Innovation Cabinet set a goal: 2,000 tech-related jobs by 2020.
A massive dirt field in St. Paul's Highland Park neighborhood could one day house up to 7,200 people and be the workplace of a thousand or more.
As city aims for 2018 deadline, residents still giving mixed reviews.
St. Paul needs to come up with a new way to pay for maintenance, he said.
Kirsten Langsetmo’s determination was evident long before her second daughter, Ellen, was born. She was one of only a few women to graduate with an…
The costs will include three big items, like microwaves and mattresses, a year.
Options are down to six, and light rail is not one of them.
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