Reporter | St. Paul and St. Paul Neighborhoods

"A St. Paul native, Walsh lives in St. Paul with his wife and two cats. He has two adult children. He graduated from the College of St. Thomas, where he was named the top journalism graduate by the Society of Professional Journalists, before beginning his career with stops at the Mankato Free Press and the Rochester Post-Bulletin. Walsh has covered local government, local schools, local and federal courts and even spent some time writing about farming and medical technology. A former college football player and semi-pro coach, he enjoys reading history and following the Vikings, Gophers and Tommies.

Saints to honor local baseball pioneer Billy Williams for a storied career, on the diamond and off

St. Paul native was longest-serving Capitol employee ever.

Meet the lawyers serving coffee — not just justice — in St. Paul's Como Park

Neighbors pressed their case for a coffee shop. The attorneys responded.

Ellison sues Madison Equities over wage theft, retaliation

The attorney general and management company have been sparring for years over allegations of unpaid wages.

Preservationists sue city to save St. Paul library from demolition

Lawsuit seeks to save Hamline Midway Library building, alleging the city's plan to replace it violates environmental laws.

St. Paul's Rondo Days is a no-go this year

The festival is expected to return in 2024 after a yearslong hiatus.

Legislators direct $1 billion to Twin Cities area infrastructure

The money is expected to kickstart road and bridge construction, fund more than 50 nonprofit organizations and launch upgrades to parks and community sports centers.

Meet the former Army engineer who spent six years leading 'best-kept secret in St. Paul'

Martin Ludden, executive director of SPNN since 2017, is stepping down this month.

Legislature doubles funding for programs teaching trades

The program supplies new affordable housing while teaching trades to high school students.

Meet the guy who keeps St. Paul Saints fans smiling

Lee Adams is more than an announcer. His job is to entertain.

Lowertown St. Paul businesses grapple with rising crime

Repeated burglaries and break-ins have left business owners frustrated.