St. Paul Mayoral Candidate Responds To Police Federation's Controversial FlyerA St. Paul mayoral candidate made his first public comments Saturday after being at the center of controversial statements put out by the city's police federation.
City Council Votes To Remove St. Paul Officers From Internal Affairs CommissionThe St. Paul commission that reviews complaints against police will soon not have any officers weighing in on those decisions.
Holiday Lights In The Park Opens In Phalen ParkHoliday Lights in the Park opens Tuesday night in St. Paul. The annual light display in Phalen Park features over 60 light sculptures.
Officer Apologizes For Facebook Comment On BLM ProtestersA St. Paul police officer accused of urging drivers to run over Black Lives Matter protesters in a Facebook post has apologized for his actions.
Holiday Lights In The Park Benefits St. Paul Community, Local NonprofitsEnjoy beautiful lights and help local nonprofits with a visit to St. Paul’s Phalen Park! Phalen Park’s Holiday Lights in the Park has more than 60 holiday-themed light displays all along a driving path. The path is open for drivers from 5 to 10 p.m. each night of the week through January 1.
ACLU's 'Mobile Justice App' Launches In Minn.; Aims To Hold Police AccountableThe American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Minnesota released the "Mobile Justice App" on Friday, which officials said will empower individuals to hold Minnesota's law enforcement agencies accountable for their actions.
ACLU Says New App Holds Powerful Tools; Police Raise ConcernsThe American Civil Liberties Union will launch its "Mobile Justice App" in Minnesota Friday. The technology allows users to instantly send video of police interactions to the ACLU.
St. Paul Police Video Sheds New Light On Controversial ArrestWe're seeing more video from a controversial St. Paul arrest and learning about how the officers involved were disciplined.
2nd Officer On Leave Over YouTube Arrest FlapA second St. Paul Police officer has been put on paid administrative leave as the department continues to investigate potential police brutality.