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The alleged shooter, a city employee, has received formal notice of termination, Carter said.
The latest version of the law took effect Jan. 1.
The changes would mean businesses based outside the city must provide workers in St. Paul with earned sick and safe time.
Officials ask for patience as snowplowing continues.
Twin Cities tow and ticket more than 1,000 vehicles — so far.
The group will advise the mayor and City Council on budget and policy decisions to make reparations to Black descendants of slaves.
Libraries are expanding their role, from social workers to helping homeless patrons. But some say staff are stretched too thin.
Kristien Butler's departure will mean the sixth change in department leadership in five years.
The 2021 spill did not cause lasting environmental damage, according to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
There will be open races for four of the council's seven seats next fall.