School bus company was unaware of driver's record, attorney says

School bus company was unaware of driver's record, attorney says

The driver's violations weren't serious enough to terminate his bus driving privileges.

St. Paul low-power radio station WEQY seeks to give East Side a voice

February 11
St. Paul low-power radio station WEQY seeks to give East Side a voice
Low-power, volunteer-run station mixes music, news and commentary.

Valentine's party officially over at St. Paul school

February 10
Valentine's party officially over at St. Paul school
Bruce Vento Elementary principal drew criticism after letter was leaked announcing end to celebrations of "dominant holidays."
St. Paul
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Man Tasered in skyway settles police excessive force lawsuit

Chris Lollie posted video of the arrest online, drawing national attention
St. Paul
38 minutes ago
Local
2:14pm

St. Paul public housing gets more than $7 million from feds

Money to be used to renovate and modernize several sites.
St. Paul
8:41am

Man suspected of groping 3 women near St. Paul colleges, targeted another

The incidents occurred near St. Thomas, St. Catherine and Macalester, ra campus public safety alert said.
St. Paul
February 11

Lunds & Byerlys closing store on St. Paul's East Side

Lunds & Byerlys will close an underperforming supermarket on St. Paul's East Side in early March.The store, which opened as a Byerly's grocery in 1971,…
East Metro
February 11

Snelling bus rapid transit prepares for departure

Fewer stops and light-rail-like features will speed up trips, Metro Transit officials say.
February 11

Release of convicted rapist draws a crowd to St. Paul meeting

Oliver Dority, who has done time for two sexual assaults, is slated to move soon to a halfway house in the Summit-University district.
St. Paul
February 10
At the corner of Minnehaha Ave E. and Birmingham in St. Paul, a school bus nearly crashed into a post office Monday morning.

School bus driver fired after St. Paul crash has troubled record on road

Mohamed Wasuge had at least 11 traffic violations before Monday's crash.
St. Paul
February 10

Federal judge rules for jury trial in tasing, arrest of St. Paul man in skyway

Citing the disputed facts around the case, Judge Susan Richard Nelson declined to dismiss the lawsuit.
St. Paul
February 10

Social Security targets disabilities fraud in Minnesota

St. Paul unit to tackle Social Security probes.
St. Paul
February 10

St. Paul, Trust for Public Land buy property for new Midway park

A final piece of property needed for a new 5-acre park near the Green Line in St. Paul’s Midway neighborhood has been purchased, officials with…
Local
February 10

Youth forum on St. Paul police chief search meets tonight

Residents are weighing in on what qualities they want to see in the person who will replace Chief Thomas Smith when he retires this year.
Local
February 10

Crashed Ice will continue despite Black Lives Matter protest, mayor says

Protesters said they plan to "shut down" the St. Paul event.
St. Paul
February 10

Jury convicts St. Paul man of using 7 victims in sex-trafficking ring

The defendant is the eighth person convicted of trafficking girls and women in Ramsey County in the past 31 months.
East Metro
February 10

Former St. Paul man stole more than 100 identities, charges say

Chu N. Thao wrote counterfeit checks at several metro stores, often on consecutive days.
February 9

Rapist heading to St. Paul is latest sex offender to leave MSOP

He's among six offenders freed in the past year, unprecedented for a program that has confined offenders indefinitely.
St. Paul
February 9
Daniel Bergeson left, with Team Murica , catches some air while racing...

BLM threatens to shut down Red Bull Crashed Ice races in St. Paul

Black Lives Matter St. Paul wants the city to fire a St. Paul police sergeant who last month posted a Facebook message encouraging motorists to…
St. Paul
February 9

A new St. Paul park is on the verge of reality

Skyline Tower residents among beneficiaries.
Local
February 9

St. Paul debuts meter payment app

The city has rolled out two new parking apps in as many weeks.
St. Paul
February 9

Lights go out on iconic St. Paul '1st' sign above First National Bank Building

It will cost $500,000 to redo the sign with LED lights, officials said.

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