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St. Paul steps in to answer abandoned-pool safety complaints
Car theft victims take St. Paul scrap yard to court
Civil lawsuit accuses Metro Metals Corp. of buying vehicles from people charged with stealing them.
St. Paul couple kept children in squalid home, charges say
The 4- and 2-year-olds wandered alone to a store to find food, according to charges filed Wednesday.
Reputed St. Paul gang member convicted in 2012 murder, acquitted of first-degree murder
Jurors on Wednesday convicted a reputed St. Paul gang member for firing the fatal shot in 2012 that killed Leonard Christian Sr., an innocent man…
Empty St. Paul pool where boys were hurt troubled apt. residents
A boy was still hospitalized Tuesday after firefighters rescued him and his brother, years after alarm was raised about Princeton Place.
2 brothers pulled from abandoned St. Paul pool; one in critical condition
A young boy was in critical condition Monday after firefighters pulled him and his brother from about 6 feet of filthy water in an abandoned…
Obituary: Alice Bloedoorn learned early the importance of education
Since voting for Franklin Delano Roosevelt for his third term as president, Alice Bloedoorn hadn’t, to her family’s knowledge, missed a single election until the 2014 midterms.
A growing St. Paul gets hip to millennials and retirees alike
The allure of living in downtown St. Paul is obvious to Rochester native Brianne Hamm. Great music venues, inviting restaurants, funky night spots, the Saints,…
Police patrol St. Paul's East Side to make 'positive contact'
St. Paul, Metro Transit officers partner to walk a busy and sometimes dangerous area.
Minnesota Child Victims Act continues to rock Catholic Church
Fallout continues to jolt Catholic institutions across Minnesota as a law permitting lawsuits for older claims of clergy sex abuse marks its second anniversary.
Five years in prison for shooter in 2014 St. Paul killing
Ibrahim M. Abdullahi, 27, had pleaded guilty in February in Ramsey County District Court to shooting Jeffery Earl Willingham.
Father charged with abusing White Bear Lake infant nearly to death
The 1-month-old boy was revived "and will have permanent disabilities as a result of the inflicted trauma," the charges said.
Blaine man who ejaculated into co-worker's coffee gets 45 days in workhouse
The woman who drank the semen-laced coffee successfully lobbied for new legislation.
Gallery: Saints open new ballpark in St. Paul
The Saints officially started the 2015 season at CHS Field in Lowertown St. Paul on Thursday.
Creativity, connections thrive at Arlington Hills Community Center
A unique collaboration between the city’s library system and Parks and Rec has attracted hundreds of teens to its programs and high-tech labs.
Port Authority, St. Paul joining to build police training facility
Port Authority and city plan to team up on an $18 million project, with indoor firing range, at former office-warehouse site.
Grand jury clears St. Paul police officers in Marcus Golden shooting
The decision means the two officers have been cleared of wrongdoing and will return to work.
St. Paul man cut down in gang feud called out, 'Daddy, daddy, daddy'
Suspect faces 10 felony counts of gang activity and murder in 2012 case.
In post-trial wrangling, lawyer accuses Toyota of playing 'the race card'
Post-trial wrangling in the Toyota case is heating up, with a lawyer’s claim that Toyota Motor Co. played “the race card” by suggesting that an…
Saints ready to make themselves at home
The St. Paul Saints are ready to christen a new $64.7 million ballpark project in downtown St. Paul. And yes, the pig comes included in their shiny new home.
New St. Paul ballpark warmed fans on a cold night
The Saints minor league baseball team christened its shiny new Lowertown ballpark, CHS Field, with an exhibition game. It was a night to work out some kinks.
Minneapolis, St. Paul tie for title of best city parks in the country
It’s Minneapolis’ third time at the top, and St. Paul hit No. 1 in its first year of eligibility. At a news conference today, leaders of both cities will meet near their border.
Twin Cities mayors launch plan for minority boys and young men
Effort is to help boost success for minority boys and young men.
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