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Data: Dec. 11, 2018
Lone finalist for U of M president meets public
Man killed in Gary-New Duluth shooting
Minnesota legislator, ag leader Bob Bergland dies
Data: Dec. 10, 2018
Where does Gophers men’s basketball team stand in NCAA’s new NET ranking?
DNR adjusts Leech Lake walleye regulations
Bears shut down Rams, close in on NFC North title
Monday nights are special for Vikings RB Cook
Vikings Hill set to take on an idol
100-megawatt wind farm proposed in Renville County, Minn.
Stauber’s first act: clear path for PolyMet
'Round Up' nets more than $1,100
Cupkie Christmas Village is a true holiday experience!
Safety net mostly intact in new farm bill, Rep. Peterson says
Place a Business Announcement
Veeder: The light of childhood reminds us to embrace life
Bursack: People with dementia still sensitive to caregiver's body language
Column: District 518 diligent with elementary intervention
:Letter: Christmas greetings from Crailsheim
Column: Truth, if you dare
Virginia "Cookie" Paulson
Joseph James Welnetz
Duluth-based researchers probe indigenous people with dementia
Saying goodbye to the pain: 25-year-old Baxter woman raises awareness about endometriosis
Disheveled Theologian: The Wordless Book colors of Christmas -- red
WRHCF scholarship recipient pursues OT degree
MN Department of Health urges action to limit influenza this winter
out and about
McCready family -- five generations
Air quality remains good in N.D./Minn.
MNIT seeks funds to protect Minnesotans' data
Probate of Vernon G. Engelkes
November 26, 2018
With Maine opting for ranked-choice voting, are Minnesota and others to follow?
How often does it come down to a choice weighed “between the lesser of two evils” in American politics? Maybe that’s something of a hyperbolic expression in today’s polarized political environment, but there’s no denying American voters are often voting against someone or...
November 26, 2018 - 7:20am
November 23, 2018
'Like a bomb going off,' explosion levels St. Paul home, injuring one
ST. PAUL - A home exploded in St. Paul’s Payne-Phalen neighborhood Friday morning, Nov. 23, sending a fireball into the sky that was reportedly...
November 23, 2018 - 1:55pm
November 21, 2018
Shot last Thanksgiving, Minnesota store clerk thankful to be alive thanks to advances in care
ST. PAUL -- The first bullets whizzed past Jason Gatrell’s foot and he jumped. Then, the St. Paul gas station clerk heard another gunshot —...
November 21, 2018 - 6:41pm
November 14, 2018
St. Paul approves eventual increase to $15 minimum wage
ST. PAUL -- Calling the document second only to his marriage certificate, St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter signed into law a citywide ordinance that...
November 14, 2018 - 7:45pm
November 9, 2018
Report: Charging 10 electric scooters didn’t cause fire
ST. PAUL -- A blaze in a St. Paul garage where multiple electric scooters were charging was not caused by the scooters, as a fire investigator...
November 9, 2018 - 6:39pm
November 8, 2018
Minnesota capital city takes on youth gun violence with summit
ST. PAUL -- How are teenagers getting their hands on guns? What’s making them scared enough or mad enough to shoot them? Those are among the...
November 8, 2018 - 7:20pm
October 29, 2018
Michael Bloomberg awards boost to St. Paul’s climate action goals
ST. PAUL -- The city of St. Paul is a big winner when it comes to climate action — and that’s according to one of the 12 richest people in...
October 29, 2018 - 5:23pm
What’s in store for the former St. Paul Ford site? Ryan Cos. exec talks about pending sale, development plans
PAUL — Over the past 80 years, the Ryan Companies have designed and constructed some of the most recognizable structures in the Twin Cities,...
October 29, 2018 - 6:05am
October 27, 2018
St. Paul homeless camp's days may be numbered
ST. PAUL — In the shadow of the St. Paul Cathedral, at the south end of Mother Teresa of Calcutta Boulevard, lies the city’s newest and largest homeless camp. A tent town compared with Minneapolis’ tent city, the camp has grown over the summer from single digits to dozens...
October 27, 2018 - 12:08pm
October 25, 2018
St. Paul principal disciplined for dating staffer
ST. PAUL -- A St. Paul school principal lost one day’s pay earlier this year for dating a staff member under his direct supervision. Expo Elementary...
October 25, 2018 - 4:32pm
October 21, 2018
From war in the jungles of Laos to Frogtown: Minn. dentist, business leader Kou Vang tells his story
ST. PAUL — Five-year-old Evan Moua sat wide-eyed and terrified in the dentist chair Tuesday in St. Paul. His sister had come back from her...
October 21, 2018 - 3:05pm
October 17, 2018
Twin Cities man dies in apartment fire
ST. PAUL — A man is dead after a fire broke out in his West St. Paul apartment building early Wednesday, Oct. 17, authorities said. Just before...
October 17, 2018 - 8:38pm
October 10, 2018
Red Bull Crashed Ice to skip Minnesota stop in 2019
ST. PAUL — Red Bull Crashed Ice isn’t returning to St. Paul in 2019. After six hair-raising seasons, the international extreme skating contest...
October 10, 2018 - 8:00pm
Man fatally struck by light-rail train in St. Paul identified
ST. PAUL -- A man who died after being struck by a light-rail train in St. Paul was a 60-year-old from Columbia Heights, a Metro Transit official...
October 10, 2018 - 10:03am
September 28, 2018
St. Paul reaches another settlement for police dog bite
ST. PAUL — The city of St. Paul has agreed to pay more than half a million dollars to settle a lawsuit filed by a woman attacked by a police dog when she was taking out her trash last year. A day after the St. Paul City Council met in a closed session, both sides agreed to a $520,000...
September 28, 2018 - 9:21pm