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.

St. Paul posts police chief job

Salary ranges from $132,000 and $180,000, far below what Minneapolis is offering.

Minneapolis and St. Paul want bike-shares without borders this summer

The goal, officials say, is to allow users to ride seamlessly between the cities.

Property owners file lawsuit challenging St. Paul's rent control law

They argue that the law violates their constitutional rights.

St. Paul continues push for reparations for Black residents

But it remains unclear how such an effort will be funded or structured.

St. Paul organizers petition for property tax increase to cover preschool costs

The St. Paul All Ready for Kindergarten proposal aims to make preschool free for low-income families.

Park opens on former Ford site in St. Paul, part of 'urban village'

St. Paul officials opened the city's newest park Tuesday, loudly celebrating the addition of green space on what was formerly a 122-acre industrial hub for Ford Motor Co.

St. Paul officials demand answers from city's trash haulers

After thousands of missed pickups, St. Paul officials are considering "every remedy available" to address the service failures.

St. Paul unveils early designs for Mississippi River Learning Center

The city is asking for feedback on three design options.

Ramsey County rejects Arden Hills' plan for TCAAP development

After years of gridlock between the two levels of government, density remains the largest sticking point.

Apartments could be built atop troubled St. Paul parking ramp

St. Paul's Madison Equities is poised to buy the financially struggling Capital City Plaza parking ramp.