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Employee sues Ramsey County over retirement fund match
Deputy sheriff says the county isn't depositing matching funds into employees' retirement accounts.
Minn. high court: Off-duty officer not entitled to city defense
Wednesday's decision overturned an Appeals Court ruling.
New presidents named for Minnesota State University, Mankato and St. Paul College
Mankato appointee to succeed longest-serving college president in Minnesota.
Minnesota Senate panel votes to put Columbus statue back up at Capitol
Proposal from Senate Republicans would restore Columbus statue, but DFLers unlikely to get on board.
Mitra Jalali pushes City Council to serve 'rising St. Paul'
The 34-year-old council member has been a vocal advocate for renters, the environment and police reform.
Yusef Carrillo appointed to fill temporary vacancy on St. Paul school board
Term lasts until a special election in November.
St. Paul park renamed for civil rights icon Roy Wilkins
Roy Wilkins grew up in the North End neighborhood, where the former Lewis Park will now bear his name.
Mom provides headstones, encourages justice for families grieving loved ones lost to police
Woman whose son died in police encounter provides support, raises money for headstones.
Late winter storm drops rain, freezing drizzle and lots of snow in southern Minnesota
But the good news is the snow won't last long.
Twin Cities YMCA opening new downtown St. Paul facility as it wraps up ambitious fundraising campaign
The nonprofit ended 2020 with a 40% drop in revenue and closed three fitness centers — but it's closing in on $225 million goal.
St. Paul Chamber Orchestra musicians sign an early contract extension with no pay cut
Nailing that down is seen as crucial to the orchestra's pandemic recovery plan.
Murder count dismissed in plea deal for man who shot drug dealer in St. Paul
The 23-year-old Wisconsin man did admit to a lesser charge and still faces years in prison.
Ahead of Derek Chauvin trial, protesters rally in St. Paul
About 150 people, many of them family members of Minnesotans who died during encounters with police, gathered outside of Gov. Tim Walz's St. Paul residence Saturday to demand more accountability.
Security will increase at Minnesota Capitol during Derek Chauvin's trial
The state has had a tall fence around the Capitol since the end of May, and is adding traffic control measures around the complex.
New University of St. Thomas institute will train teachers to identify, respond to student trauma
Student trauma may have worsened during pandemic.
St. Paul City Council to withdraw public gathering ordinance
Proposed ordinance called unconstitutional, discriminatory.
St. Paul schools bid farewell to snow days
Students will be expected to fire up iPads at home.
Charge: Driver admits to fatal hit-and-run in St. Paul; said he was out buying marijuana
At first, he told police that his juvenile girlfriend was the driver, according to the criminal complaint.
Metro Transit, which vowed to go all-electric, seeks $122M for biodiesel
Metro Transit officials now say electric buses are not a good fit because the new lines cover too much territory, making establishing a network of charging stations challenging.
Audit: Program to diversify state's teachers lacks reliable data
Most who graduated after getting funding became teachers, however.
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Package thief leaves thank-you note behind in St. Paul
2-plus years in prison for money manager who used disabled Minnesota vets to steal $365K in benefits
St. Paul police K-9 bite cases leave a trail of questions
Lobbyist John Kaul mixes persuasion, photography at State Capitol
St. Paul carpenter believes tiny house is a Swede Hollow survivor
Medcalf: Racism, not a highway, tore apart St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood
Brooks: If you need a break from politics, remember the penguins!
Nov. 3, 2020
Retired St. Paul cop Melvin Carter Jr. helps young black men rewrite their script
Jun. 10, 2019
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