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At Pig's Eye Lake, officials split over using artificial islands to boost ecology
The shallow lake in St. Paul's remote southeast corner could get habitat restoration, but the public wants to know more.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, Sept. 1
ANDOVER AUG. 2 Theft. Landscaping plants were stolen from the backyard of a home in the 4100 block of 145th Lane NW. Theft.…
Jail for North Branch man with 0.229% blood alcohol content when he crashed snowmobile, badly hurt passenger
He's also ordered to pay his victim more than $6,800 in restitution.
Water Gremlin had tried to move some operations to Wisconsin
Revelation is latest in pollution scandal that has triggered calls for investigation.
Local, federal investigators look into Grand Old Day finances
A handful of business owners and sponsors scrambled to raise more than $100,000 this spring after the festival's bank account was tens of thousands of dollars short.
Carter pitches green option for crumbling Ayd Mill Road
What to do with the bone-jarring lanes connecting I-35E and Selby Avenue?
As monarch butterflies vanish, U investigates road salt as culprit — and cure
Too much sodium is toxic for butterflies and can delay or hinder their muscle development. But smaller amounts may prove beneficial.
St. Paul mayor: A 'no' vote on garbage could hit taxpayers hard
Critics of St. Paul's garbage system accuse mayor of taxpayer scare tactic.
Ramsey County's McCarrons Lake joins list of zebra mussel-infected water bodies
Another Ramsey County lake has been hit with a full-scale zebra mussel infestation, the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reported Thursday.A zebra mussel specialist…
'We're very lucky,' State Patrol says after two buses collide on Hwy. 280
The drivers and a third person were considered to be in serious condition after leaving the scene, with 24 more treated for bumps and bruises. One of the buses was headed to the State Fair.
St. Paul police join with Ramsey County to expand mental health team
The number of calls involving mental illness have more than doubled to 12,000 a year in a decade's time.
MPCA sued by residents over Water Gremlin violations
White Bear Township neighbors argue that the MPCA has refused to release public records regarding the company's emissions.
State of Minnesota seeks partial shutdown of east-metro factory linked to air and water pollution
Angry neighbors say the MPCA should do more to protect the community.
As new housing groups convene, some ask: Is this just more talk?
Groups off to a slow start in assessing and implementing the 2018 recommendations.
Twin Cities metro police blotter, Aug. 18
ANDOVER JULY 19 Theft. A gun was stolen from an unlocked vehicle in the 1300 block of 138th Avenue NW. JULY 24 Theft.…
Woodbury streets closed as crews work to stem a gas leak
Woodbury officials asked people to steer clear of the area as crews worked to shut off the gas.
Seen on the St. Croix: The eagle has landed ... on something big
Dan and Andie Goff of Woodbury had just motored their boat from the Afton Marina when they spotted something startling.
Ramsey County's century-old Boys Totem Town closes for good
County commissioners, St. Paul's mayor, staffers and men who'd spent time there as youths gathered at the 72-acre campus to eulogize the place.
Ramsey, Anoka counties preparing to fill board vacancies
Two win a spot on Ramsey County's fall ballot while the Anoka County filing period ends.
Leaping Kates, foam loon among contestants in 2019 Red Bull Flugtag
Red Bull Flugtag returns to St. Paul, and Klondike Kates are ready to soar.
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Bethel responds after ex-athlete charged with raping 3 students last year
Charges: Burglar hit about 80 Twin Cities coffee shops, restaurants, other retailers
'Anarchist' looked like someone's mom
Ice castle built to bring surge of winter tourism to downtown Stillwater
3M pulls the plug on paying for clean water for 200 in east metro
Neal St. Anthony
Freewheel Bike owner plans to ride faster through Penn Cycle acquisition
James Eli Shiffer
Search for father's birth parents runs into bureaucratic tangle
Sep. 2, 2017
Anderson: The best place to fish? Wherever you can
Aug. 4, 2016
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