Sunday growler sales ready to start in St. Paul

Sunday growler sales ready to start in St. Paul

St. Paul joins a growing list of Minnesota cities taking advantage of a new state law that permits Sunday sale of the 64-ounce refillable jugs.

Study touts popularity of second Amtrak train from St. Paul to Chicago

July 3
Study touts popularity of second Amtrak train from St. Paul to Chicago
An Amtrak study also says the train would cost millions for the states, and it’s unclear how it fits with other proposals.

Moorhead man to captain 15-foot sailboat down Mississippi

July 3
Moorhead man to captain 15-foot sailboat down Mississippi
Solo trip will take Moorhead man down the Mississippi.
East Metro
9:31am

Charges in fatal St. Croix River stabbing should be dismissed, attorney says

Levi-Acre Kendall is charged in death of Peter Kelly during a fight along river.
East Metro
July 6

May 16: Suspect in fatal St. Croix stabbing charged with bail jumping for tweets

Authorities allege that Levi Acre-Kendall knew two friends who were with him the night of the stabbing would see his tweets.
St. Paul
July 6

St. Paul woman charged with murdering longtime boyfriend

The St. Paul suspect is seven weeks pregnant with the victim’s child.
St. Paul
July 6

Robert Behrens restored historic homes in St. Paul

Robert Behrens, a preservationist and craftsman who restored historic homes in Crocus Hill and other St. Paul neighborhoods, died Thursday after battling prostate cancer for…
St. Paul
July 4

Minnesota blogger sued for defamation finds it all a learning experience

St. Paul blogger who questioned the success of the “Trivedi Effect” for years is defending himself from a suit that has taken some remarkable turns.
St. Paul
July 3

Archbishop Hebda to celebrate first cathedral mass in St. Paul on July 12

Archbishop Bernard Hebda, interim leader of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, will meet worshippers and celebrate his first mass at the St. Paul…
West Metro
July 3
Major League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber, left, and Dr. Bill McGuire announced Minnesota United FC's move to MLS in March.

Revamped search for soccer stadium site is slow off the mark

Neither St. Paul nor Minneapolis officials seemed especially energized Thursday by the news that Major League Soccer was going to explore possible stadium sites in St. Paul.
East Metro
July 2

St. Paul man charged with breaking into apartment, raping woman

Jacob M. McKinley has a history of burglary and sex crimes.
East Metro
July 2

St. Paul man kidnapped, raped 17-year-old former neighbor, charges say

The suspect once lived downstairs from the victim.
East Metro
July 2

St. Paul woman arrested in killing of longtime boyfriend

The relationship between the suspect and the victim apparently had been a rocky one, according to police.
Minneapolis
July 2

Man charged in north Minneapolis drug deal murder; suspect jailed, now at large

The suspect was arrested on a gun charge but released before he could be implicated in the killing.
Minneapolis
July 2
MLS deputy commissioner Mark Abbott

Soccer stadium could land in St. Paul, MLS executive says

Two sites reportedly in the mix are near Snelling and University avenues, where a former Metro Transit bus barn stood, and near the State Capitol where a Sears store now sits.
St. Paul
July 1

2 dead pit bulls found in SUV in St. Paul; owner blames jealous woman

Police are awaiting word from the city’s animal control officials about how the dogs died.
Local
July 1

14-year-old boy chased from St. Paul lemonade stand by man with boxcutter

The boy escaped unharmed.
St. Paul
June 30
Minneapolis American Indian Freedom School students wrote suggesting for improving STEM education at the Science Museum of Minnesota on Tuesday.

Day at Science Museum opens doors of STEM to American Indian students

American Indian leaders and federal officials are behind the effort to encourage the pursuit of science, technology, engineering and math.
St. Paul
June 30

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 30
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 28

Keith Hardy vying again for St. Paul school board

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