Greta Kaul is the Star Tribune’s Ramsey County reporter.

She grew up in the east metro and graduated from the University of Minnesota, where she worked at the Minnesota Daily. Prior to the Star Tribune, she worked for MinnPost, the San Francisco Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News. Outside of work, she and her husband like to garden and get outside in all four of Minnesota's seasons.

Xcel works to restore power to 75,000 in Twin Cities metro after storms

The outages are in many parts of the metro area but heavily concentrated to the west. More storms are possible Sunday night.

St. Paul's Kellogg-Third Street I-94 crossing to close for three years as bridge is removed, replaced

Traffic delays are expected and vehicles will be detoured to East Seventh Street.

Ramsey County sets February special election for vacant County Board seat

If more than two candidates file, a Nov. 5 primary will be held for the seat, which will soon be vacated by County Board Chair Trista Martinson.

Mounds View moves to discharge racist deed language before home sales

There are more than 500 racially restrictive covenants, which banned nonwhite people from owning and sometimes occupying homes in the city.

Golden Valley seeks input as it eyes downtown enhancements

The city is hoping to revamp the character and accessibility of what it considers its downtown at Winnetka Avenue North and Golden Valley Road.

Man believed to have been stabbed, struck by car, Meeker County sheriff says

Suspects have been identified and a car believed to be involved in the Litchfield Township case has been found.

Jail nurse complaint: Man who died after time in Ramsey County jail did not receive proper medical care

Dillon Bakke's mother filed a wrongful-death lawsuit alleging his treatment in the Ramsey County jail led to his death.

Rising waters a threat to summer fun in Twin Cities metro

Swollen rivers in the area are likely to crest in the coming days, and rising waters have put the kibosh on some summer recreational opportunities.

Ramsey County commissioners vote to give themselves a raise

Starting Jan. 1, 2025, commissioners will get a 3% raise, a move some said is needed to attract good candidates to run for office.

Mississippi River reaches major flood stage in St. Paul

The Mississippi River is forecast to keep rising in St. Paul until it crests over the weekend.