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.

With winter approaching, St. Paul makes plans to shore up its struggling skyways

COVID-19 aid will pay for physical improvements, and a proposed ordinance aims to make it easier to crack down on scofflaw building owners.

Saura Jost declared winner of St. Paul's Third Ward race, cementing city's historic all-female council

The new council, among the city's youngest and most diverse, will be sworn in early next year.

Anika Bowie, Cheniqua Johnson elected to first all-female St. Paul City Council

After tallying ranked-choice votes, they are declared winners in the city's First and Seventh wards.

St. Paul voters elect a young, diverse — and possibly all-female — City Council

Two races won't have declared winners until Friday, due to ranked-choice voting, but women of color lead in both contests.

St. Paul poised for City Council shake-up, as at least two races remain undecided

Women were leading contests in all seven wards, meaning that St. Paul could have an all-women council for the first time in the city's history.

What to know about the proposed sales tax increase on St. Paul ballots

If passed by voters, the tax would raise nearly $1 billion for streets and parks over 20 years.

St. Paul's Justus Ramsey House to be rebuilt on Transportation Museum grounds

The announcement Friday closes a chapter in the roller-coaster saga of one of St. Paul's oldest homes, which was nearly destroyed at the start of the year.

St. Paul City Council votes to allow multi-unit housing throughout city

Under a sweeping set of changes to the zoning code, duplexes and triplexes will be allowed on almost any lot.

Ramsey County refunding $3.75M after double billing nearly 700 taxpayers

A problem with the county's electronic payment system charged some residents and businesses twice this month.

Why does my St. Paul tax bill cost that much? Five things to know.

Inflation, city fees and state funding levels all play a role as city leaders set the tax levy — and determine your share of the bill.