St. Paul sings 'Hello' to Minneapolis in Adele parody video

St. Paul sings 'Hello' to Minneapolis in Adele parody video

With Adele set to kick off her U.S. tour at the Xcel next week, St. Paul used the opportunity to tweak Minneapolis with a message from "the other side."

With hundreds of openings, State Fair stages first jobs event

June 27
With hundreds of openings, State Fair stages first jobs event
More than 600 positions will be available, but be ready to work all 12 days of the fair, up to 12 hours a day.

Friend recalls the moments before St. Paul biker died trying to 'ditch the police'

June 28
Friend recalls the moments before St. Paul biker died trying to 'ditch the police'
"It was more or less a fact, he knew he could ditch the police on a motorcycle. He kind of liked to show off."
East Metro
June 30

Ramsey County attorney launches safe-schools task force

Group to review causes of violence in the schools and recommend solutions.
Minneapolis
June 30
Fireworks were displayed over the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Mi...

Boom! Report ranks Minneapolis second-best city for July 4th festivities

For patriots looking for Independence Day celebrations with extra sizzle, Minneapolis is the place to be.
East Metro
June 27

Twin Cities woman dead after SUV hits power pole in W. Wisconsin

"A possible medical issue" is being investigated as having a role in the crash, authorities said.
St. Paul
June 25

Can Can Wonderland part of St. Paul Midway resurgence

An oddball attraction is the latest hip addition to the St. Paul neighborood.
Minneapolis
June 25

Bicyclists strap on monitors to measure Twin Cities air quality

Pedalers will help scientists determine how pollution varies across the Twin Cities.
St. Paul
June 24

4-H science challenge cultivates young agricultural leaders

Contest encourages kids to find real-world agriculture solutions.
St. Paul
June 24

A flurry of meetings, events and handshaking on Chief Axtell's first day

Todd Axtell is already making changes to put more emphasis on outreach.
June 24

Three charged in fatal shooting outside St. Paul auto parts shop

Three defendants were charged with second-degree murder after a shooting outside of a St. Paul auto body shop in June.
St. Paul
June 24

Statewide effort boosts sex trafficking prosecutions

More than 1,700 officers in 33 cities have been trained in the effort.
Local
June 24

Como Park High's SRO is state's top cop

Toy Vixayvong was named "police officer of the year" for 2016 on strength of previous undercover work.
St. Paul
June 23

St. Paul releases draft of sick-leave ordinance, wants you to weigh in

Plan is open to feedback; a vote on the employer mandates is in August.
St. Paul
June 23
Site of the former Ford Assembly Plant in St. Paul.

Ford, MPCA say contamination shouldn't limit development of St. Paul plant site

Company wants to finish cleanup at the former assembly plant in 2019.
St. Paul
June 23

Como Zoo helps rare toad escape extinction

After breeding, tadpoles are shipped to their Wyoming home
St. Paul
June 23

Painting is part of new history for blended St. Thomas More church in St. Paul

It wasn't an easy job, the Rev. Joseph Weiss admitted, blending what had been two Summit Avenue parishes into one.The Church of St. Luke had…
Local
June 23

Community School of Excellence tentative contract agreement encourages authorizer that's in talks with school

The educators at the Community School of Excellence charter reached a tentative contract agreement after they said school leaders cut staff and restructured school programs.
St. Paul
June 22

A carnival at Gillette

Patients and their families will be treated to carnival games, pony rides, face painting, sand art, balloons, photo buttons, prizes and food during the 57th annual carnival at Gillette hosted by St. Paul Firefighters Local 21.
East Metro
June 22
St. Paul schools superintendent Valeria Silva speaks to the media duri...

Valeria Silva's buyout may be pricey, but St. Paul observer sees reasons

Some defend, others question $787,500 deal to part ways with superintendent.
St. Paul
June 22

In unanimous vote, St. Paul City Council approves Todd Axtell as new police chief

The St. Paul City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to approve Todd Axtell as the city’s next police chief. In a short address following the vote,…
St. Paul
June 22

St. Paul woman gets 16 years for drowning 6-year-old daughter

Kayla M. Jones will be civilly committed for being "mentally ill and dangerous" after serving her time.
St. Paul
June 22
St. Paul Public Schools Superintendent Valeria Silva

Deal struck for Superintendent Silva's exit will cost $787,000

Roseville's John Thein will be interim superintendent. Board Member Jean O'Connell announced she was resigning, effective June 30.