Red Bull Crashed Ice Returns To St. Paul In JanuaryThe annual event, set with the Cathedral of St. Paul as the backdrop, is scheduled for Jan. 19-20, 2018.
Bomb Squad Called To St. Paul Cathedral After Man Set FiresA bomb squad was called to the Cathedral of St. Paul Saturday afternoon after someone starting lighting papers on fire inside the building.
Course Layout Revealed For Red Bull Crashed Ice In St. PaulOne of the biggest and most extreme frozen sports in the world, Red Bull Crashed Ice, is getting ready to return to St. Paul.
Workers Start Construction On St. Paul Crashed Ice CourseWork on Red Bull Crashed Ice is underway in St. Paul! Workers will continue building the track for Crashed Ice at the Cathedral of St. Paul Monday.
Newborn Abandoned Inside Cathedral Of St. PaulThe baby boy was found at about 6 p.m. Wednesday in a hallway at the cathedral.
Best Nighttime Strolls In MinnesotaA leisurely evening walk is a great way to cap off a Minnesota day. Discover interesting sites, cool new haunts and gorgeous views along the way with this guide for best nighttime strolls in the state.
Day 9 @ MSPIFF 2016: 'Voices Of Light' Concert PerformanceThere's a debate among film snobs about whether affixing modern soundtracks to vintage silent films is a useful tool or an incongruous distraction.
Best Family-Friendly St. Patrick's Day Events In MinnesotaDon't miss the family-friendly St Patrick's Day events taking place all day March 17, 2016.
Watch A Snowmobiler Perform Jaw-Dropping Stunts In The Streets Of St. PaulRed Bull teamed up with pro snowmobiler and Minnesota native Levi LaVallee to make it happen. He flies through the air near the Cathedral of St. Paul and rides throughout the city including on the Ramsey County Courthouse building and around city streets.
Black Lives Matter St. Paul Planning Protest At Red Bull Crashed IceThe St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter is planning a demonstration during Red Bull Crashed Ice later in February.
Minnesotan To Meet: Pianist Steven C. AndersonHe couldn't always read the notes, but Steven C. Anderson always had an ear for music. His piano teacher was his mom and she saw something very special in Anderson at a young age. Even when he wanted to quit she wouldn't let him, giving him candy to make sure he kept playing.
Local Catholics Celebrate Pope Francis' U.S. VisitPope Francis officially began his first U.S. tour Wednesday morning with a visit to the White House and a meeting with President Obama.