Man Pleads Guilty To Impersonating FBI Agent To Explain Low Credit ScoreA St. Louis Park man has pleaded guilty to impersonating a federal officer.
St. Louis Park Ready For 1st State Football Tournament AppearanceThey are the darlings of the state football playoffs.
213 Mice Caught By St. Louis Park HomeownerIt's a sure sign that winter's upon us - and we're not talking about the flakes in the air. Rather, it's the mice in the basement.
Minnesota Native Heading To Int'l Space StationA Minnesotan is on his way to space. Mark Vande Hei, a retired U.S. Army Colonel, is scheduled to head to the International Space Station Tuesday.
Teen Points Fake Gun At St. Louis Park OfficersThe St. Louis Park Police Department is recommending parents not let their children play with fake guns in public.
St. Louis Park Becomes 2nd Minnesota City To Raise Age For Tobacco SalesThe St. Louis Park City Council voted Monday 6-1 to raise the sale age to 21.
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St. Louis Park May Soon Increase Legal Age To Buy Tobacco To 21Soon, you may need to be at least 21 years old to buy tobacco in St. Louis Park.
'Uber For CPR': St. Louis Park Adopts Heart Attack AppThe city of St. Louis Park thinks they now have a phone app that can save lives.
Chronic Pain Sufferers Finding Relief In Aquatic TherapyA unique form of physical therapy is gaining patients across the Twin Cities.
FBI Investigating Threats To Minn. Jewish Centers As Hate CrimesFederal authorities said Wednesday that recent threats to two Jewish community centers in Minnesota are being investigated as hate crimes as part of a broader probe into similar threats made nationwide.
Excellent Educator: Academy Of Whole Learning's Wyayn RasmussenRasmussen's children were OK taking a break from their highly structured day to recognize their beloved teacher.