Minneapolis man gets 12 years for raping ex-girlfriend at knifepoint

Minneapolis man gets 12 years for raping ex-girlfriend at knifepoint

Rape survivor Sarah Super said she is ‘stronger, more alive and more inspired than ever before.’

North Minneapolis teen bakery to expand to St. Paul

July 28
North Minneapolis teen bakery to expand to St. Paul
Cookie Cart will add a location on St. Paul's East Side, is seeking more than $3 million for renovations.

Clergy abuse victims to ask court to extend Aug. 3 claims deadline

July 28
Clergy abuse victims to ask court to extend Aug. 3 claims deadline
Victims in Twin Cities Archdiocese say publicity about Aug. 3 deadline to file cases was delayed.
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St. Paul police offer baseball camp for kids

Camp at CHS Field to be followed by game between St. Paul and Chicago police baseball teams.
East Metro
July 28

Former adult leader again named in sexual abuse lawsuit against Boy Scouts

John Doe 153 charges that he was used for child pornography.
St. Paul
July 28

St. Paul candidates line up to file for office

7 City Council seats and 4 school board seats are up for election this year.
East Metro
July 25

Westbound Interstate 94 reopens early between I-35E, Hwy. 280

Sunday drivers, especially those from the east metro looking to come west, have one less hassle to work about. Westbound Interstate 94 between I-35E and…
East Metro
July 25

Ramsey Co. defender attacked by female teen client, officials say

The experienced attorney was hospitalized with a concussion after being punched about 10 times in the head and chest.
St. Paul
July 24
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman

St. Paul Midway site potential touted for more than soccer

St. Paul officials and Minnesota United leaders have broader development plans for site.
St. Paul
July 24

Twin Cities Academy plans to remake a former cement plant

Twin Cities Academy charter school is building its own venue on the former Cemstone site on the east side of St. Paul.
St. Paul
July 23

St. Paul nonprofit that dug into military training records is driven by need to know

Public Record Media uses freedom of information laws to pry internal documents out of government offices.
East Metro
July 23

Attorney: 'Hillbilly hell,' not deer feeding, led to New Brighton shooting

Neal C. Zumberge, charged with killing his neighbor after a long-standing dispute, is scheduled to go to trial next month.
St. Paul
July 22

House teardowns, complaints draw City Council's attention in St. Paul

City Council sets size limits on new housing in Highland Park, Macalester-Groveland areas in response to residents’ complaints.
Variety
July 22

Can you digit? State Fair adds Math On-A-Stick

Dozens of new attractions for this year’s festivities were announced Wednesday.
East Metro
July 22

St. Paul man charged in arson, gunfire at apartment

A St. Paul man is charged with lighting his own apartment on fire and shooting off guns inside because he thought people were after him.…
Music
July 22

4th Street's name may be a-changin' in St. Paul to honor Bob Dylan

On Wednesday, the St. Paul City Council will vote to tag E. 4th Street east of CHS Field as “Positively 4th Street,” the name of one of Bob Dylan’s biggest hits.
St. Paul
July 22

Obituary: William Malevich, first lay dean at St. Thomas, had answers for curious students

Faculty and former students at the University of St. Thomas are mourning the death of William Malevich, the longtime dean who challenged students to ask…
Local
July 22

Ramsey County offering free Fix-It clinic

Don't toss it, fix it, with the help of these clinics.
East Metro
July 22
Donnell Gibson on Tuesday with children Donnell Gibson Jr., 11, left, Donnayja Gibson, 7, center, and Kendall Williams, 15.

St. Paul man who saved 10 from fire is celebrated with award

Donnell Gibson recounted the harrowing rescue that changed his life while accepting the St. Paul Fire Department’s Meritorious Service Award.
East Metro
July 21

Man acquitted in Widstrand attack charged in drive-by shooting

When Issac O. Maiden was acquitted in 2013 in the brutal attack on Ray Widstrand, a judge had said, “I have no doubt you’ll be back.”
St. Paul
July 21
Todd Ruggere, left, at Half Time Rec on Saturday.

Charity fundraiser is drinking a beer in every state to fight cancer

Todd Ruggere, who was in St. Paul on Saturday, combines his love of the brew with concern for cancer.
St. Paul
July 20

Arson thought to be cause of St. Paul apartment fire

A fire that broke out Monday afternoon in a St. Paul apartment building likely was the result of arson involving an emotionally disturbed person, police…
Local
July 20

A familiar looking kilt in downtown St. Paul

Mayor Coleman played the pipes for Devin Rice, a longtime Minneapolis leader who died last week.