Minnesotan Delegation To Travel To Paris For Conference On Climate ChangeIn a couple weeks, a large group of Minnesotans will travel to Paris for a UN conference on climate change. Wednesday morning at the Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman held a moment of silence for the people who died in Paris Friday.
Mayor Coleman Drops Plan For Grand Avenue MetersParking along St. Paul's Grand Avenue will remain free. Mayor Chris Coleman announced Thursday the city will not proceed with a plan to install parking meters.
St. Paul Faith Leaders Turn To Prayer To End ViolenceThe start of a new week in St. Paul marks the end of a deadly one. Three people died last week on the east side of the city. That makes the 10th murder of the year in St. Paul.
New Minnesota United Stadium To Be Built In St. PaulThe Minnesota United's new home is St. Paul. Mayor Chris Coleman and Minnesota United Owner Bill McGuire announced the team will call St. Paul home Friday. The city and the team reached a deal to build a 100-percent privately-funded stadium at the former "bus barn" site at Interstate 94 and Snelling Avenue.
Good Grief, It’s Charles Schulz Day!St. Paul is celebrating the life of Charles Schultz Tuesday with The Peanuts Fall Festival in downtown. The festival will celebrate the life of the comic strip creator as well as the upcoming release of "The Peanuts Movie."
Residents, Businesses Protest Parking Meters On Grand AvenueBusiness owners and residents along St. Paul's popular Grand Avenue say they want city leaders to leave the area alone. Several weeks ago, Mayor Chris Coleman proposed a plan within his budget that would install parking meters along the busy shopping strip.
Black Lives Matter Will Not Disrupt Twin Cities MarathonOrganizers with the St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter say protesters will not disrupt the Twin Cities Marathon.
4 Things To Know: BLM To Meet St. Paul Mayor, Last Wild Preseason Game & MoreFrom Black Lives Matter St. Paul meeting with the city's mayor to a government shutdown avoided, here are the four stories to know for Thursday, Oct. 1.
St. Paul To Unveil Design Plan For River BalconySt. Paul may soon have another great view along the Mississippi River. On Thursday, the city shared new designs for the River Balcony project. The project intends to introduce a one-and-a-half-mile elevated pedestrian path that would stretch from the Science Museum of Minnesota all the way to Union Depot.
MLS Commissioner Likes St. Paul Midway Site For StadiumMajor League Soccer Commissioner Don Garber says he likes the St. Paul site identified by Minnesota team officials as their preference for an 18,500-seat stadium.
Parking Meters Could Be Added To Some St. Paul NeighborhoodsParking may soon cost more in some popular St. Paul neighborhoods. According to the Pioneer Press, a parking pilot program was tucked quietly into Mayor Chris Coleman's recently released 2016 budget proposal.
Black Lives Matter Expects 1K To Block State Fair TrafficThe St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter has promised the first Saturday of the Minnesota State Fair will not be "business as usual." Organizer Rashad Turner said Friday afternoon that he expects nearly 1,000 people will march from Hamline Park in St. Paul along Snelling Ave. to reach the front gates of the fair.