Committee members ironed out what questions will be asked of finalists when interviews begin on Saturday.
The blocks-long stormwater collection stream running through the site looks recreational. But it actually has an engineering purpose.
The Saint Paul Cup will feature boys' and girls' teams from Como Park and Harding this year and others in the future.
Deal involves 600 acres in May Township to Minnesota Catholic Youth Partnership. The church group has been seeking location for camp and retreat center.
The memorial, which incorporates the "Promise of Youth" statue, cost just shy of $1 million, mostly from private funds.
New music ensemble Zeitgeist will present composer Eve Beglarian's work created for 24 upright basses.
The school will still have a base tuition fee of around $500 per semester, but other costs will be covered. Most of the students will graduate debt-free.
Interim Police Chief Jeremy Ellison said he wants to focus on addressing gun violence, diversifying the department and community engagement.
Residents in neighborhoods with less tree cover face hotter summers, higher bills and more health complications. Several metro cities and nonprofits are working to repair this gap in the canopy.
Multiple schools went into lockdown after a wave of false shooting reports. It's unclear how many were involved, but schools in Rochester, Austin, Mankato and Cloquet were affected. And a late bomb threat was called into Coffman Memorial Union at the University of Minnesota.
In substantial change, new construction and affordable units won't fall under rent control law's provisions.
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.
The local maker has a national presence.
Singer Brandon Flowers showed off his love for Springsteen as well as opening act Johnny Marr at Xcel Center.
Mankato official to replace administrator who was let go last week.
Panel chair suggests changes are likely.
The City Council will likely vote on a final set of changes to the voter-approved ordinance Wednesday.
Some of the stolen phones are then sold to the "iPhone Man," who ships them to buyers overseas, prosecutors say.
As the St. Paul Port Authority's new president and CEO, Todd Hurley is now at the center of some of the capital city's highest-profile developments.
Some residents have responded with a class-action lawsuit, joining more than a dozen similar lawsuits against Kia and Hyundai.