St. Paul Police opened fire on a man after he allegedly stabbed one of their police dogs to death.
The Minnesota Wild dropped the puck for their opener at a sold out Xcel Energy Center Saturday night, with an attendance number of 19,298 – the 6th largest crowd in Wild history.
After 113 days, the NHL lockout apprears to be over. The news comes after a marathon negotiating session that lasted more than 16 hours.
Macy’s announced on Thursday morning that they are planning on closing the downtown St. Paul location as the company reevaluates “underperforming stores that no longer meet our performance requirements.”
Protesters twice interrupted the head of the NRA as he proposed armed security guards in every school in the United States.
The Department of Transportation (MnDOT) says the rain that fell early Saturday might have washed away the chemicals used to pre-treat Minnesota roads against ice.
The NHL lockout is now in the 90th day, and the canceled Wild home games have already cost St Paul and surrounding businesses approximately $9 million.
Optimism that the NHL lockout could soon be over has been replaced by more disappointment in St. Paul.
A makeover for St. Paul’s Lowertown is in the plans for the city next year.
Outdoor dining in St. Paul could be expanding and buying a home there may become more affordable, if Mayor Chris Coleman’s proposals get the green light.
St. Paul’s Police Chief Thomas Smith is suspending all drug testing at his own crime lab until a complete review of their procedures is done.
Four mayors from Minnesota cities have signed a statement aligning themselves with a coalition fighting for marriage equality.
Ford Motor Co. has told union officials that the automaker’s St. Paul plant will close Dec. 19.
Minnesota’s cities are pushing to keep their state aid checks coming even if state government shuts down on July 1.
St. Paul’s mayor says the Federal Transit Administration will sign an agreement next week committing $460 million in aid for the Twin Cities light rail transit project.