Police: Girl, 5, Assaulted At St. Paul Bus StopPolice in St. Paul are investigating after a 5-year-old girl was assaulted Monday morning as she waited at a bus stop.
Driver Pleads Guilty In St. Paul Hit-And-RunA driver accused in a hit-and-run crash in St. Paul that put a woman in a coma has pleaded guilty to criminal charges.
Police: 5-Year-Old Girl With Blood On Face Taken To HospitalA 5-year-old girl was taken to the hospital after a school bus driver noticed blood on her face Monday morning, according to police.
Grill Left Unattended Causes St. Paul House FireA house in St. Paul caught fire Monday evening after a grill was left unattended, according to the St. Paul Fire Department.
Senate Democrats Propose $1.5B Public Projects Spending BillMinnesota Senate Democrats proposed a massive $1.5 billion public projects spending bill on Monday.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Listed As Best Cities For Working MomsTwo of the best 10 cities in the nation for working moms are in Minnesota, according to a new list on Realtor.com.
2 Teens Injured In St. Paul Shooting Police in St. Paul say two teenagers are recovering after being shot late Saturday night.
St. Paul Company Grows Organic Produce Year-RoundA Twin Cities company is hoping to change the way we think of Minnesota's growing season. St. Paul based J & J Distributing has found a way to grow local, organic produce year round.
Best Baseball Fields In MinnesotaBaseball is a great reliever for spring fever, so check out these top baseball fields throughout Minnesota to put your spring fever to rest.
St. Paul FD: Woman Rescued After Fall From River BluffSt. Paul firefighters rescued a woman who fell from a bluff near Indian Mounds Park Saturday afternoon. Crews responded to an area near Mounds Boulevard and Plum Street just before 4:30 p.m.
Now Comes Time For Compromise At Minnesota CapitolMinnesota lawmakers are nearing a critical point as they work out how to handle a $900 million budget surplus.
Legislature Debates Broadband Internet SpendingNearly a year's worth of legislative wrangling over how much to spend on broadband Internet development started to come together Wednesday.