The loss in the high court was the latest setback in a bumpy debut for city-run trash collection.
One of those hurt was a pedestrian, police said.
School district has threatened to sue union.
Critics of St. Paul's garbage system accuse mayor of taxpayer scare tactic.
The drivers and a third person were considered to be in serious condition after leaving the scene, with 24 more treated for bumps and bruises. One of the buses was headed to the State Fair.
The father's sentence could be as short as six months, according to the plea agreement.
The number of calls involving mental illness have more than doubled to 12,000 a year in a decade's time.
The board announced it plans to begin negotiating renewal of the three-year contract that Joe Gothard signed in 2017.
At issue is whether the city's contract with haulers blocks a public vote on organized trash collection.
Justices to decide if public must vote on contentious organized pickup system in place since last October.
A motive has not yet been addressed in the shooting.
The building remained closed for the day with classes held elsewhere.
A man died after being shot Monday in a home in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood in St. Paul.The shooting happened on the 1000 block of Sims…
Twin Cities gathering includes a film, historical analysis and storytelling.
Move, which begins Monday, will displace homeless riders.
The unions representing teachers, teaching assistants voted to leave HealthPartners mid-contract, which would trigger $4 million penalty.
Quinten Osgood Jr. told jurors he acted in self-defense; they convicted him Friday.
Popular St. Paul programs have always been free.
One was slightly injured when he was hit by a stolen car. The other fired shots at the car, which fled.
Mayor Melvin Carter says amount in proposed 2020 budget is still not enough.