Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow EmergenciesAfter an overnight storm blanketed the Twin Cities, snow emergencies have been declared across the metro area.
Despite Snow & Ice, Children Find Fun On Presidents Day HolidayIf you don't have to drive in it or try to navigate icy sidewalks, fresh snowfall is a gift.
St. Kate's Reviewing Security Following Report On Terror SuspectSt. Catherine University in St. Paul is reviewing its on-campus security procedures.
St. Paul Lawyer Who Fatally Hit Pedestrian Won’t Face ChargesThe Hennepin County Attorney’s Office said Wednesday Peter Berge will not be charged in the death of Scott Spoo.
St. Paul Police: Man With Fatal Injuries Dropped Off At HospitalSt. Paul police are investigating a fatal shooting after a man was dropped off at Regions Hospital Monday night.
St. Paul's Wild Onion To Close, Become 2nd Red RabbitThe Wild Onion, a restaurant that’s been a staple of St. Paul’s Grand Avenue for two decades, will be closing next month.
Man Seriously Injured After Hit-&-Run In St. PaulThe sister of a man struck by a driver in St. Paul Monday night said he is in serious condition.
Strike Date Set For St. Paul Teachers UnionThe union representing teachers and staff says negotiations are not going well. The strike date is Tuesday.
Super Bowl Crowds Undeterred By Saturday SnowFor many it was a pain navigating congested and snow-covered streets, and fun also brought a degree of frustration.
Victim Identified In Family-Dispute Shooting DeathInvestigators said a family dispute led to the shooting and the suspect and victim are related.
St. Paul Teachers Union Votes To Authorize StrikeWe’re following a developing situation in St. Paul where the St. Paul Federation of Teachers voted to authorize a strike.
Female Shot, Killed At Convenience Store Is St. Paul’s 1st Homicide Of 2018Police in St. Paul are investigating what led to the city’s first homicide of 2018.

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