Mayor Chris Coleman
The Red Bull Crashed Ice World Championship is making its return to St. Paul. The treacherous course is once again set up by the Cathedral.
The City of St. Paul is releasing drafts for a new plan Tuesday to make biking around the city safer and more efficient for everyone. Public open houses are scheduled throughout February to unveil ideas for the plan, but three preliminary ideas were announced Tuesday.
The City of St. Paul declared a snow emergency on Tuesday so crews can get out and clear snow after the recent warm-up in the Twin Cities, Mayor Chris Coleman said. The snow emergency will go into effect at 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Investigators say a rockslide that killed two children in a St. Paul park last spring was the result of natural causes, and the city could not have predicted it. Mayor Chris Coleman hired two independent investigators to examine the cause of the May incident at Lilydale Regional Park.
The St. Paul Police Department showed off its new and improved crime lab Thursday. Last year, the lab came under fire and suspended drug testing after defense attorneys challenged the lab’s work in several Dakota County drug cases.
St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman says an area of a park where two children were killed in a gravel slide is now indefinitely closed. Coleman also says no permits will be issued for fossil hunting in Lilydale Regional Park. The mayor calls it “a tragic day for St. Paul.”
In St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman’s State of the City address, he highlighted the city’s efforts to enhance transportation through light rail and bike lanes, attract businesses, improve schools and neighborhoods.
NHL hockey returns to Minnesota this weekend. The lockout is over, the schedule is out and the fans are ready.
Hockey fans have a spring in their step Monday morning as they can start dreaming about going to Minnesota Wild games again.
Mayor Chris Coleman and frustrated business owners came together in downtown St. Paul on Thursday with a plea to the NHL: End the lockout and get back on the ice.
Tuesday marks the 29th annual celebration of National Night Out for communities across the country.
The St. Paul City Council is moving forward with plans for a new ballpark for the St. Paul Saints.
St. Paul is getting $1.8 million in “brownfield grants” from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for cleaning up abandoned industrial and commercial properties.
Dog owners in the Twin Cities now have a new place to let their animals run around without leashes.
The city of St. Paul honored fallen heroes this afternoon. It was the 50th annual St. Paul Police Memorial Day Service, remembering 31 officers who died in the line of duty.