Keith Hardy vying again for St. Paul school board

Incumbent who lacks DFL nod says racial equity work not done.

St. Paul commemorates fallen firefighters with new signs

June 26
St. Paul commemorates fallen firefighters with new signs
A total of 52 signs memorializing 62 fallen firefighters will be posted around St. Paul.

Homebuilder Pruban's aim is a house without an energy bill

June 26
Homebuilder Pruban's aim is a house without an energy bill
He aims to show that ultraefficient homes don’t have to cost millions of dollars – and they can look nice, too.
East Metro
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Ramsey County Board Chairman Jim McDonough with his wife, Carol.

County commissioner revealed abuse to 'give others a voice'

Ramsey County Board chairman Jim McDonough says he wants to hold the Boy Scouts accountable for abuse he suffered in the 1960s and '70s.
St. Paul
June 29

Obituary: Onetime journalist Ted Smebakken owned furniture store in St. Paul for decades

Without fail, Ted Smebakken reported to each yearly Canadian fishing trip with his former news colleagues sporting gear he gleaned from rickety old tackle boxes…
East Metro
June 26

Ramsey County deputy accused of animal cruelty

A veteran Ramsey County Sheriff’s deputy allegedly threw his dog to the ground and struck it repeatedly.
TV & Media
June 26

Man accused of stalking Current DJ Mary Lucia faces more charges

More charges were filed Thursday in Hennepin County District Court against the man accused of stalking popular Current radio DJ Mary Lucia. Patrick H. Kelly,…
St. Paul
June 25

Science Museum of Minnesota faces $26 million in water damage repairs

Taxpayers could foot half of the $26 million water damage bill.
East Metro
June 25

For St. Paul officer, 'routine' encounter quickly escalated

  On any given day on the third floor of St. Paul police headquarters, you are likely to read several incident reports detailing cases of…
West Metro
June 25

Minn. Supreme Court reinstates priest's sexual misconduct conviction

The ruling in Christopher Wenthe’s case focused on his understanding of he nature of his meeting with the woman he was involved with, who claimed he was her spiritual counselor.
East Metro
June 24

Minnesota DNR to launch Operation Dry Water this weekend

State and local patrols will be out in force this weekend to combat boating under the influence.
Local
June 24

Ramsey County Library receives ‘Latino Americans: 500 Years of History’ grant

Ramsey County is the only Minnesota recipient of grant for Latino culture and history.
Local
June 24

Looking for a day camp in St. Paul? Consider PAL

Police Athletic League offers a wide variety of free camps for kids.
East Metro
June 23

St. Paul schools budget not free of pain; staff cuts still on table

Faced with an $11 million funding gap, the St. Paul school board on Tuesday approved a $698 million budget for 2015-16 that aims to keep…
June 23
People hold signs during a news conference outside the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency ahead of the final Citizens' Board meeting in St. Paul on Tuesday.

Protesters decry death of Citizens' Board at MPCA

Speakers ask for reinstatement of Citizens’ Board at MPCA.
East Metro
June 23

Ramsey County official sues Boy Scouts for alleged sex abuse

“The shame is no longer mine,” Ramsey County Board Chairman Jim McDonough said.
East Metro
June 23

Man charged after pulling gun on officer at St. Paul Wal-Mart

James R. Frei allegedly tried to steal a wireless speaker from a St. Paul Wal-Mart before he was stopped by an off-duty officer.
East Metro
June 23

Ramsey County to help cities buy recycling carts

The city plans to buy 87,000 recycling carts by 2017; funds will reduce cost to residents.
East Metro
June 23

Danielle Jelinek murder trial delayed indefinitely

The key issue in the trial of Aaron Schnagl stems from the revelation of new statements from a witness questioned early in the investigation of Jelinek’s five-month disappearance and death.
East Metro
June 22

St. Paul officer turned from crime and now helps kids find direction

St. Paul Police Explorers helped Pheng Xiong avoid gangs. Now he helps kids who are like he was in his younger days.
East Metro
June 22

Gallery: Pheng Xiong's path to St. Paul policeman

Pheng Xiong, an athlete, admits there were times he was pulled the wrong way -- once spending a weekend in juvenile detention. Then, he discovered the St. Paul Police Explorers program. It not only taught him about policework and the law, it convinced him to pursue a career in law enformcement. Xiong, now a St. Paul cop who walks a beat on the East Side, is thankful for the path his life has taken.
Local
June 22

St. Paul officer involved in Midway Walmart shooting ID'd

A Sunday officer-involved shooting in St. Paul led to police arresting a man.
West Metro
June 21

Man chased, then arrested after pointing weapon at off-duty St. Paul police inside Wal-Mart

St. Paul police arrested a man who led officers on a brief chase after pointing his weapon inside a Wal-Mart.Around 2:50 p.m. Sunday, a uniformed…