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Report Estimates 44 Percent Drop In Uninsured Minnesota KidsState officials are celebrating a marked drop in the number of uninsured Minnesota children after the federal health overhaul.
Metro Mobility To Host Conversation With Users, CitizensAdvocates for citizens with special needs say they have a list of questions for Metro Mobility.
Witnesses: Driver In School Bus Crash Fell Asleep At The WheelSt. Paul police say the driver of the school bus that careened down Minnehaha Avenue on Monday, sideswiping several cars and sending three people to the hospital, is believed to have fallen asleep at the wheel.
St. Paul Mayor: 'All Options' Open Regarding BLM Crashed Ice ProtestMayor Chris Coleman has responded to Black Lives Matter St. Paul's plans to protest the Red Bull Crashed Ice event. Red Bull Crashed Ice will take place February 26 and 27 between the Cathedral of St. Paul and the Xcel Energy Center.
St. Paul Secures Land For New Park Near Green LineThe green line is getting a new green space. The city of St. Paul secured a five-acre property near Griggs Street and University Avenue Wednesday.
Community Raises Concerns Over Metro Mobility Response TimesAdvocates for citizens with special needs said they have a list of questions for Metro Mobility. In December, a computer glitch caused the system to go down for nearly two days. The glitch was fixed and services resumed.
Federal Judge Declines To Dismiss Lawsuit Over St. Paul Skyway ArrestA federal judge has declined to dismiss a lawsuit from a man arrested by police who used a stun gun against him in St. Paul's skyway system in 2014.
St. Paul Man Convicted Of Sex Trafficking, Raping, Beating WomenA St. Paul man pleaded guilty Tuesday to almost a dozen charges connected to recruiting, prostituting, trafficking, beating and raping women. The Ramsey County Attorney's Office says 35-year-old Rashad Ramon Ivy was the mastermind behind a sex trafficking organization that victimized at least seven women in St. Paul in 2015.
St. Paul Releases Mobile Pay App For Parking MetersThe city of St. Paul has joined other cities with the release of a mobile pay app for parking meters.
Black Lives Matter St. Paul Planning Protest At Red Bull Crashed IceThe St. Paul chapter of Black Lives Matter is planning a demonstration during Red Bull Crashed Ice later in February.
Minnesotan To Meet: Flirt Owner Jessica GerardThe countdown to Valentine's Day is winding down, and this weekend, many are looking for an excuse to put on something nice. Some of you could take a leap of faith and try something fun, new and maybe a little edgy.
Iconic Sign In St. Paul Shuts OffOne of the most recognizable features of St. Paul's skyline is down for the count. The glowing red "1st" sign that sits atop the First National Bank Building flicked off recently because of weather damage, according to reports.

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