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Authorities ID motorist they say fatally hit man on busy N. Minneapolis street
He was run over on West Broadway late Friday and died less than 30 minutes later.
On troubled St. Paul corner, neighbors push to shut down tobacco shop
Licensing error could open door to potential zoning changes.
Stray bullet cuts short St. Thomas student's adventurous, joyful life
Charlie Johnson was shot and killed hours before his graduation.
Body recovered after apparent drowning in pond at Minneapolis' Loring Park
Crews responded Sunday evening after reports of a male struggling to swim in the pond at Loring Park.
Future of transportation: Walk more, MnDOT says
The agency hopes to double the frequency of pedestrian outings.
'It feels normal again': Big night out with COVID limits lifted
On Friday morning, Minnesota lifted nearly all COVID-19 restrictions, including capacity limitations for indoor spaces. The only restrictions that remain are those implemented by local municipalities.
SPCO, Capri cancel outdoor concert due to safety concerns
The outdoor performance may be rescheduled down the line, the groups said.
After losing in court, St. Paul poised to repeal tenant protections
Council members said they plan to craft a scaled-back version of the ordinance.
Man's body pulled from St. Paul's Loeb Lake
Authorities are investigating the death of a man whose body was found Thursday night in Loeb Lake in St. Paul.St. Paul police received a report…
Mayor Melvin Carter describes vision to 'move forward' from 2020 in State of the City address
The St. Paul mayor is up for re-election in November.
Twin Cities German Immersion School names new leader
The move comes after hard-fought expansion.
Minneapolis slides to third in urban park rankings; St. Paul rises to second
The Trust for Public Land added an equity component in 2021, measuring the size of parks in minority-concentrated neighborhoods.
Charges: Driver sped through no-passing zone in Mounds View, fatally ran over woman in yard
The driver kept going until he crashed minutes later, according to the charges.
Minnesota State Fair fans can get their fix at preview event
The sold-out "Kick Off to Summer" will allow 10,000 people to roam the grounds at a time.
Man charged with murder in downtown Mpls. shootout
Jawan C. Carroll, of St. Paul, remains jailed after two people were shot and killed shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday outside Monarch on N. 1st Avenue. One of the shooters was killed, the charges say.
First Black-owned coffee shop opening in St. Paul's Frogtown neighborhood
Flava Cafe will feature a career readiness program for girls and young women.
St. Paul's Grand Old Day canceled for second year in a row
Organizers said they are optimistic the event will return in 2022.
Driver dies in rollover crash in St. Paul
Authorities have yet to say what led to the car rolling over.
McKnight awards $1 million in surprise grants to 10 Minnesota organizations to honor George Floyd
The McKnight Foundation is giving $1 million in surprise grants to 10 organizations in honor of George Floyd one year after his murder.The Minneapolis foundation,…
St. Thomas program for underrepresented students celebrates graduates amid struggles with enrollment
The program has seen mixed results four years in.
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St. Paul restaurant owners give 3% of profits to charity: 'It takes a vision'
Reviews fault St. Paul crime lab in many areas
St. Paul schools panel urges 'no suspension policy'
Lobbyist John Kaul mixes persuasion, photography at State Capitol
Affordable housing project planned along St. Paul's Green Line
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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