Mexican Consulate has response to Trump immigration changes

Mexican Consulate has response to Trump immigration changes

Mexico launches $50 million program to help its citizens in Minnesota and elsewhere.

Hmong New Year

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The 39th Annual MN Hmong New Year took place at the St. Paul Rivercentre.

Call of the wild: Minnesota women explore public lands, by bicycle

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Call of the wild: Minnesota women explore public lands, by bicycle
Four Minnesotans on bikes explore the southern U.S. on three-month journey.
Super Bowl LII
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Early morning backlight view of the west facing exterior.

Tickets to Super Bowl media night event sell out in less than an hour

Next up: Tickets to the Super Bowl Experience go on sale Dec. 5.
St. Paul
November 23

Ideas abound for Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary in St. Paul

Supporters of the Wakan Tipi Center project hope it can included in the next state bonding bill.
Variety
November 23

After Como Dockside closing, St. Paul seeks ideas for pavilion's next vendor

St. Paul will hold an open house at 6 p.m. Monday to talk about Como facility.
Eat & Drink
November 23

Winter doesn't faze 87,000-square-foot aquaponics farm in St. Paul

Three-plus months after debuting in its new, vastly larger location, Urban Organics continues to expand.
St. Paul
November 23

St. Paul gas station employee shot, wounded during robbery

No arrests have been made in the Thanksgiving afternoon incident at a SuperAmerica on Snelling.
St. Paul
November 22

Saint Paul Almanac searching for stolen Storymobile trailer

Donor offers $500 for return of "Storymobile."
Minneapolis
November 22

Authorities ID remains found in woods south of Lake Nokomis

They belong to a 34-year-old woman with no permanent address, according to the medical examiner's office.
St. Paul
November 22

Photographer captures St. Paul's history against a new backdrop

The past merges with present day as photographer documents landmarks.
St. Paul
November 21

St. Paul 'acting teacher' charged in third sexual misconduct case

The St. Paul man who allegedly posed as an acting teacher in order to lure young girls was charged in a third case after police…
South Metro
November 21

10-year term for drunk driver who killed Minnesota Chorale singer

The Apple Valley man, who was driving on a canceled license, will serve slightly more than 6 years in prison.
St. Paul
November 21

Emily Program to narrow eating disorder treatments, drop roughly 250 patients

The eating disorder clinic will focus on patients with severe and dangerous eating disorders.
St. Paul
November 21

Union Gospel Mission serves Thanksgiving to 50,000

Union Gospel Mission provides holiday meals for those in need.
State + Local
November 21
The state’s lawsuit against 3M is scheduled for trial early next year.

State alleges 3M chemicals caused cancer, infertility and seeks $5B

Minnesota Attorney General Lori Swanson filed suit over groundwater contamination in Oakdale, other suburbs, alleging that the company caused $5 billion worth of health and environmental damages.
East Metro
November 20

Charges: St. Paul man killed girlfriend, chanted 'demon, demon'

The victim was shot twice and suffered 45 stab wounds.
East Metro
November 20

St. Paul officer crashed car while drunk, charges say

A St. Paul police officer was charged with drunken driving after causing a crash last week that damaged five other vehicles.Cory J. Kochendorfer, 38, of…
East Metro
November 20

Music Under Glass concert series returns to Como Park

Folks looking for a no-cost way to ease the dark and cold of winter can once again enjoy free Sunday afternoon concerts by local musicians…
St. Paul
November 20
Governor Mark Dayton entered the press conference followed by chief of...

Gov. Mark Dayton's chief of staff to serve as St. Paul deputy mayor

With governor's term winding down, members of his administration are lining up their next positions.
Eat & Drink
November 20

Look what's open: St. Paul's first Spyhouse Coffee

The Minneapolis coffeehouse chain debuted its St. Paul outlet -- at Snelling and Palace -- on Friday morning.
Data Drop
November 20
The lines of food trucks along Hennepin Avenue, as seen from the upper...

Why one in four Mpls. food trucks haven't been getting annual inspection

Think you have a hard time finding a specific food truck in the summertime? Try being an inspector -- in the off-season.
St. Paul
November 19

Emergency shelter opens in St. Paul as the number of homeless people climbs

Move was prompted by earlier closing of skyways, growing number of homeless in Ramsey County.