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St. Paul Man Convicted In Armed Robbery, Shooting At Roseville Pawn ShopA 53-year-old St. Paul man was found guilty Friday of a 2014 armed robbery at a Pawn America, in which he also shot a store employee. The U.S. Attorney's Office says Marvin Spencer was convicted of a count each of robbery and conspiracy to commit robbery ...
Wander Minnesota: Ice Sculptures At The St. Paul Winter CarnivalWinter has been all over the place this year, but one aspect holds steady: the St. Paul Winter Carnival, which runs through this weekend. One of the many fun things to do is to visit Rice Park and see the entries in the Ice Sculpture competition.
Minnesotans Clean Up After Groundhog Day BlizzardTuesday's heavy snow fall caused the drive to and from work and school to take a lot longer than normal. Even with the slower driving, there were many accidents. The Minnesota State Patrol says at least 475 vehicles wound up in the ditch. Nearly 563 others were involved in a crash, and more than 50 people were hurt.
Snow Emergency: Nearly 800 Drivers Towed In The Twin CitiesHundreds of drivers found themselves ticketed and towed in the Twin Cities Wednesday morning following a snowstorm that led to many snow emergency declarations.
VA Head Vows To Punish Officials Accused In Job ScamThe deputy secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs says he still intends to punish two senior officials accused of manipulating the agency's hiring system for their own gain. Deputy VA Secretary Sloan Gibson demoted Kimberly Graves and Diana Rubens last month after they forced lower-ranking managers to accept job transfers and then stepped into the vacant positions themselves, keeping their senior-level pay while reducing their responsibilities.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Declare Snow EmergenciesAs a storm dumped heavy snow on the Twin Cities metro area Tuesday afternoon, both Minneapolis and St. Paul declared snow emergencies.
St. Paul Launches Winter Parking AppTuesday's snow event is prompting snow emergencies in many Minnesota cities, including Minneapolis and St. Paul. And in St. Paul, the city has launched a new winter parking app intended to clarify snow emergency rules and clearly show where parking is and is not allowed.
Gov. Dayton Ends Push For Special Legislative SessionGov. Mark Dayton abruptly dropped his months-long push for a special session Tuesday, conceding that time had basically run out to extend unemployment benefits for out-of-work miners on the Iron Range.
Wild Enters Familiar Territory After All-Star BreakThe All-Star break is over. It was back to work for the Wild with practice Monday afternoon. And they have some work to do.
St. Paul Woman, 30, Found Guilty In Fatal Mpls. Strip Club ShootingA jury has found a 30-year-old St. Paul woman guilty of shooting another woman dead inside a Minneapolis strip club, the Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman announced Monday.
Ice Carvers Face Mild Conditions At St. Paul Winter CarnivalIt's not easy being the coolest celebration on earth when the temperatures are in the 40s. Good luck if you're trying to do ice sculptures. But the carvers were out and doing their best on Sunday at the St. Paul Winter Carnival in Rice Park.
Behind The Scenes With St. Paul Winter Carnival Ice SculptorsAmerica's oldest winter festival is celebrating 130 years. Saturday is the third day of the St. Paul Winter Carnival at Rice Park. There is so much to do; from the medallion hunt to the ice carving competition -- you cannot go wrong with a visit.

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