Mayor Coleman: St. Paul To Add 3,000 Jobs Over Next 3 YearsDuring the city's budget address, Mayor Chris Coleman said those jobs will be focused in areas with low income residents and with people of color.
Politicians Make Stand In Fight Against Veteran HomelessnessMinnesota is joining the national fight to end veteran homelessness.
Mayor Coleman Joins TSA Workers At ProtestAirport customers heard the loud cries of an angry union amid pouring rain and thunder claps Tuesday. Transportation Security Administration screeners say understaffing and slipping morale are no way to solve the crisis.
Mayor Coleman Names New St. Paul Police ChiefMayor Chris Coleman announced his selection for the new St. Paul police chief Monday. Assistant Chief Todd Axtell will begin his new position on June 23 if approved by the City Council.
St. Paul City Leaders, Victim's Families Speak Out Against Gun ViolenceSt. Paul continues to look at ways to stop gun violence in the city. Eighteen-year-old Rayvion Brooks became the third man charged in connection with the deadly shooting at Indian Mounds Regional Park this weekend. Prince Williams and Rashawn Porter also face charges.
Political Leaders React To Martin Sabo's DeathMany of Minnesota's political leaders reacted Sunday to the news that former Congressman Martin Sabo died at the age of 78.
Black Lives Matter St. Paul Cancels Red Bull Crashed Ice ProtestBlack Lives Matter St. Paul has canceled their planned protest at Red Bull Crashed Ice this weekend in St. Paul. BLM spokesperson Rashad Turner made the announcement on Facebook Friday afternoon.
Minnesota United Unveil Design For Midway StadiumWe're getting the first look at Minnesota United's new stadium in St. Paul. The team, designers and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman released the designs for the Midway/Snelling facility Wednesday afternoon.
3 Minnesota Mayors Join Hundreds At U.S. Conference Of Mayors In D.C.The U.S. Conference of Mayors Winter Meeting is taking place Wednesday and three Minnesota mayors will be among the hundreds there.
St. Paul Officer Resigns Position With Police Group Over BLM CommentsA Minnesota police officer has resigned his position with the Minnesota Fraternal Order of Police Tuesday after he posted a comment to Facebook encouraging drivers to run over Black Lives Matter protesters.
St. Paul Officer On Leave Over Facebook Comment On BLM Protest The St. Paul Police Department has put an officer on leave while it investigates allegations that an officer made a post on Facebook urging drivers to run over protesters who rallied on a bridge Monday against the police killings of two black men.
St. Paul Mayor Gets Approval To Hire Firm To Help With Soccer Stadium PlanSt. Paul's mayor has received city council permission to hire a lobbying firm to seek law changes toward a new Minnesota United soccer stadium. The city council approved a resolution Wednesday giving Mayor Chris Coleman the go-ahead to hire the Messerli and Kramer firm.