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Drive-through Klondike Kates a chilly hit
Due to the pandemic the Winter Carnival Klondike Kate competition came outside to a drive-through that doubled as an awareness campaign for the American Heart Association.
St. Paul Planning Commission denies housing development near Frogtown
Housing advocates fear the project will hasten gentrification.
Sculpture appears of Zara, the mother huntress
A rumored sculpture of Zara, the mother huntress, appeared in Crosby Farm Park in St. Paul this week. She's the work of Zach Schumack and his art collective, Leonic, the same team behind Zug Zug, the frozen caveman sculpture.
Boy ID'd shooter in St. Paul triple murder before he died, charges say
TeKeith Svyone Jones was charged with three counts of second-degree murder in connection with the deaths of his pregnant ex-girlfriend and her two children.
St. Paul guaranteed income helps families of color
All 150 families had a newborn last year and suffered a financial hardship due to COVID.
Minnesota Book Award finalists include Yang, Erdrich and a host of newbies
Names both familiar and new populate the list of 36 finalists for this year's Minnesota Book Awards, announced Saturday. Minneapolis writer Louise Erdrich, winner…
Inequities persist in St. Paul and Ramsey County COVID relief
Despite efforts to be fair, some historically underserved areas of the capital city still came out behind as $12.7 million in emergency funds were given out.
Slain mother and two kids had hoped for a new start in St. Paul
St. Paul's SWAT team arrested a 26-year-old suspect Sunday night on the 2100 block of Wilson Avenue, where he'd been hiding in an apartment building.
3 dead in 'hellish' St. Paul shootings, including teen and child
A search was underway late Saturday for a suspect or suspects.
Charge: Driver in fatal hit-and-run in St. Paul had 8 double shots of vodka before leaving bar
Police caught up to him several days after he left his victim to die against a snowbank.
Twin Cities food drives find new ways to reach needy families
Health clinics, churches, rec centers step in to fill empty stomachs in hard times
St. Paul police looking for driver of van in hit-and-run that killed woman, 66
St. Paul police are investigating a hit-and-run crash in which a pedestrian was killed Thursday evening.The victim, identified by police as Susan Elizabeth Harlan, 66,…
Teachers flock to St. Paul for COVID-19 vaccine shots
Thousands of educators expressed excitement and relief as they contemplated a return to the classroom.
Ramsey County Sheriff Fletcher elbowed in face during 'Live' broadcast
Ramsey County's Bob Fletcher was livestreaming nearby; incident not filmed.
St. Paul police receive their first doses of COVID-19 vaccine as distribution widens
Minneapolis police are scheduled to begin shots in coming weeks.
Charge: Driver distracted, speeding when she caused pileup in St. Paul that killed man
The woman claimed her sunroof was open, resulting in a glare on her dashboard," the criminal complaint read.
Suspect in hit-and-run death of a pedestrian in St. Paul is arrested
The County Attorney's Office is now weighing charges in the case.
St. Paul Chamber adopts diversity program eliminated by Wilder
Wilder Foundation eliminated nine programs in 2020 budget cuts.
6 suspected gang members charged in Twin Cities carjacking surge
The prosecution alleges that the defendants pulled off their crimes for the financial benefit of their gang in order for them to carry out shootings and assaults against their rivals.
Authorities ID man killed in hit-and-run in St. Paul
Police are looking for the driver and have a specific model of car in mind.
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Gunman sentenced to 40 years in murder of St. Paul Guardsman
Medcalf: Racism, not a highway, tore apart St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood
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Nov. 3, 2020
Retired St. Paul cop Melvin Carter Jr. helps young black men rewrite their script
Jun. 10, 2019
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