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.

Meet the St. Paul journalist dedicated to 'laser-focused' coverage of communities of color

Mukhtar Ibrahim is stepping down from leading the Sahan Journal to spend more time with his family. But he looks forward to seeing what's next.

Officials seek solutions as copper thieves plunge parts of St. Paul into darkness

The city is trying everything, from gluing panels shut to installing metal bands, in an effort to keep streetlights burning.

Meet the woman who preserves and catalogs St. Paul's Rondo memories

Kayla Jackson is an archivist at the Hallie Q. Brown Community Center. She describes her work as like being a road builder.

Circus Juventas founders stepping away from Big Top in St. Paul

After 30 years and nearly 30,000 students, Dan and Betty Butler are retiring from the circus school in Highland Park.

Meet Brenda Lamb, the woman who makes St. Paul's Candyland both sweet and salty

Lamb has been in charge of St. Paul's iconic candy shop for more than 40 years.

St. Paul's Pilgrim Baptist Church added to Underground Railroad rolls

Genealogist Elyse Pearson-Hill's work led to the National Park Service recognizing the church. It becomes the first Network to Freedom site in Minnesota.

Minnesota Roller Derby spins into its 20th year in St. Paul

On Saturday night, the club's four in-house teams will take to the track again.

St. Paul voters pass sales tax hike to improve streets, parks

Measure to put nearly $1 billion into capital city infrastructure won with 60% of the vote.

Meet the St. Paul boxer who hung up his gloves to share what he's learned — and save lives

Cerresso Fort's Sir Boxing Club teaches defense, discipline — and confidence.

St. Paul officials respond to cafe owner's plea, move electrical boxes they placed out front

City leaders promised better communication going forward.