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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.


Downtown St. Paul property values down, residential values up

Four takeaways from this year's Ramsey County Assessor's report.


Sunday is the last day to cross Minneapolis' Stone Arch Bridge for a while. Here's what to know.

Pedestrians and cyclists will be able to use half the Stone Arch Bridge at a time during the two-year construction process of one of Minneapolis' most distinct landmarks.


Two dead in Benton County after UTV crashes with pickup

The two vehicles had been driving in opposite directions on Ronneby Road. Witnesses said the UTV had been driving in the middle of the road at highway speeds.


Jury: Nicolae Miu guilty of reckless homicide in Apple River stabbing

The St. Croix County jury convicted Nicolae Miu, 54, of reckless homicide for fatally stabbing Isaac Schuman, 17, at the popular recreation spot in western Wisconsin. He was also convicted of recklessly endangering the safety of four other people he stabbed.


North Oaks seeks Met Council density rule exception for new neighborhood

North Oaks staff wants the neighborhood off septic systems and says the city faces unique circumstances. Met Council staff says allowing the change could set a precedent.


Should Mounds View need voters' permission to move to city-organized trash collection? Voters decide Tuesday

Amid a monthslong battle over organized collection, Mounds View voters will decide Tuesday whether their approval will be required to move to a city-organized trash collection system.


3 injured in shooting at Lions Park in Golden Valley

Neighbors called 911 to report gunshots early Sunday.


Edina promotes sustainable shopping with accessory swap event

The April 12 event at the Edina Senior Center is the first of its kind for the city, which has previously hosted popular clothing swap events.


AI-powered curbside compost program expands to Woodbury, Oakdale and other Washington County communities

Compostable food scraps can be placed in special bags and then tossed in the trash; it's later sorted by AI-powered robotic arms at the Recycling & Energy Center in Newport.


Two police officers injured in hourslong standoff in Burnsville

The incident occurred less than two months after two Burnsville officers and a firefighter-paramedic were killed following a standoff.