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Authorities ID woman fatally stabbed over the weekend in St. Paul
A suspect in the city's first homicide of 2022 has been arrested.
Woman fatally stabbed at St. Paul apartment building
It's the city's first homicide of the year.
Former St. Thomas football player receives year workhouse sentence for dorm room rape
Defendant to serve one year at Ramsey County workhouse, 30 years probation.
Fear, frustration, resolve resurface in Minneapolis, St. Paul as COVID again disrupts city life
Mask mandates are back. Businesses are shutting, and people are hunkering down.
Brooklyn Park man gets two years for St. Paul store fire in unrest after George Floyd killing
Samuel Elliot Frey pleaded guilty in July in the fire at Great Health Nutrition on University Avenue.
Both sides ask for delay in state trial for three former Minneapolis police officers in George Floyd's death
The officers face federal and state trials this year in connection to the killing of George Floyd.
Richard Mann, whose wintry gesture made him a viral sensation, dies at 107
The St. Paul centenarian died six years after a Facebook video of him shoveling a neighbor's walk drew millions of views.
Fatal crash occurred in St. Paul when man reportedly was fleeing troopers in stolen car
Unlicensed driver hit a concrete wall, killing his passenger, according to the charges.
Bon Jovi will open 2022 tour in the Midwest in April, including an Xcel Center gig
St. Paul's April 3 show is the second date on the band's first trek in four years, following Omaha.
Drought, haze, tornadoes: Take a deeper look at Minnesota's bewildering 2021 weather
Smoky air from wildfires, a severe June heat wave and unusual snowmelt made for some strange weather extremes in 2021.
Man charged in death of 51-year-old whose body was found in St. Paul apartment last week
The victim was found Dec. 27, seven days after a punch that proved fatal.
Return of mask mandate met with shrugs in Mpls., St. Paul
The Twin Cities are considering going beyond masks to require proof of vaccination in some public places.
Home detention for man who injured Minneapolis police sergeant with garbage can lid during unrest
The mayhem was fueled by false rumors that a man who shot and killed himself had been shot by police.
Burglar shoots, kills St. Paul resident's dog, steals AR-15 rifle, bars of silver
The suspect remains at large, according to law enforcement.
Rail agreement could fast-track second Amtrak train from St. Paul to Chicago
Acquisition involving two freight rail giants could mean that service will begin sooner than expected.
Gunman knew the victim he shot at Mall of America, charges say
The gunfire wounded two people and led to the mall being lockdown briefly on New Year's Eve.
St. Paul, Mpls. schools still struggle with bus driver shortage
After-school activities have been canceled in Minneapolis, and parents in St. Paul were put on alert they might have to get their kids to and from school.
With new COVID mandates, Vikings, Wild fans will have to mask up
The policy also applies to the Timberwolves, who don't have a home game until Jan. 16.
Our Friday Best: Neal Francis, Annie Mack, Eden Prairie's Winter Blast and Kinda Fonda Wanda
Critics' picks for entertainment in the week ahead.
Dangerous wind chills coming; St. Paul declares snow emergency
National Weather Service says winds may cause frostbite in as little as 10 minutes. St. Paul declared a snow emergency.
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St. Paul snowplow vet shares view of the roads — and drivers
Ramsey County faces 'big cliff' if funding for homeless temporary shelters runs out
St. Paul school board's student chair sits empty as district retools
Amid union lawsuits, St. Paul postpones vaccine mandate for all city employees
Q&A with St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter: Crime, rent control and his biggest challenge
Brooks: Minnesota's irreplaceable replacement teachers
Metro Transit testing solar powered bus information signs
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Neal: My picks for who will inspire us in Minnesota sports in 2022
Dec. 31, 2021
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