The Downtown Alliance president talks COVID, crime and the future of downtown.
School lost $4.3 million in hedge fund investment.
Soccer star Carli Lloyd says she's tried to play every game in her U.S. women's national team career like it is her last. Tonight at Allianz Field will really be the last.
Tensions simmer over budgets, charter school plan
Minnesotan Libianca also advances on "The Voice."
Nicholas R. Schnack transferred to Drake and joined the football team there, but left that school once the charges were filed, his attorney said.
ETHOS program recently expanded to take on misdemeanor gun possession crimes.
St. Paul school board Chair Jeanelle Foster has been diagnosed with COVID-19 and is recovering at home after being hospitalized Friday, the district announced Monday.Foster,…
Move follows $4.3 million hedge fund investment loss.
They want an improvement district with a mission beyond businesses.
Ramsey County 911 operators could soon dispatch social and mental health workers, child welfare staff and even nonprofit employees to crisis calls, in one of…
Employees must get shots by the end of the year, and there is no testing alternative. Union leaders have warned this could lead to staffing shortages.
Curman Gaines wanted each student who attended a St. Paul public school to succeed no matter their race or socioeconomic background.Gaines, the first person of…
The proposed ordinance would set a $10 minimum for a pack of cigarettes.
Wild fans have to prove their loyalty a minimum of 41 times, with the largest share of those on cold, dark nights of winter here in our Frozen Wasteland. Yes, they're even better than Vikings fans.
The Wild rallied from four deficits and successfully challenged an apparent empty-net goal. Then, Joel Eriksson Ek scored with 59 seconds left to force overtime and added the game-winner for a hat trick.
Despite a nearby tragedy 10 days earlier, St. Paul and Xcel Energy Center were buzzing, and the home team won.
County is moving away from criminal penalties.
The campaign for rent control in St. Paul raised about $213,000.
Even if school board officials vote to close the elementary school, the rec center will stay open through its lease.