Reporter | St. Paul City Hall

Galioto was born and raised in the Twin Cities' southwest suburbs. She was an intern at the Star Tribune in 2018 after she graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in political science. She reported as an intern for the Chicago Tribune and POLITICO before returning to her hometown paper full-time. She enjoys traveling, good music, good restaurants and her good dog, Tucker.


Citing 'unprecedented times,' St. Paul police propose $130M budget

Interim Police Chief Jeremy Ellison said he wants to focus on addressing gun violence, diversifying the department and community engagement.


Divided St. Paul council exempts some units from rent increase cap

In substantial change, new construction and affordable units won't fall under rent control law's provisions.


St. Paul City Council approves 15.34% maximum property tax levy increase

Council members will approve a final 2023 budget in December and said they plan to work in the coming months to cut down the hike.


St. Paul leaders poised to limit controversial rent control policy

The City Council will likely vote on a final set of changes to the voter-approved ordinance Wednesday.


St. Paul to limit how much landlords can raise rents between tenants

The City Council will likely vote on a final set of changes to the city's rent control ordinance next week.


Authorities identify victims of Minneapolis shootings outside bar, near police station

A 16-year-old and 34-year-old were killed in separate shootings Thursday night and early Friday.


St. Paul City Council poised to exempt new construction from rent control

New city data show construction permits down.


St. Paul Public Library director to step down

Catherine Penkert said she's resigning to spend more time with her children.


New Viking cruise ship to stop in St. Paul this weekend

The luxury cruise line is debuting its Mississippi River tours.


St. Paul proposal aims to help with housing for families of displaced Rondo residents

Decades after the construction of I-94, Mayor Melvin Carter is proposing a program that would give forgivable loans to low-income Rondo residents.