Raccoon Caught & Released After Reaching Rooftop In St. PaulIt looks like the story of the world-famous, skyscraper-scaling raccoon has a happy ending.
St. Paul's Skyscraper-Scaling Raccoon Captivates InternetA raccoon scaling the side of a skyscraper Tuesday has people all across the country watching its every move with bated breath.
DeRusha Eats: Dining In A Flood Plain -- St. Paul's Red River KitchenIt was a unique challenge: A beautiful St. Paul building, right on the river, but in danger of flooding. For decades, it remained empty. That is, until a hometown restaurant guy had a clever idea.
St. Paul's Historic Palace Theatre Reopens With First Avenue's HelpThe Palace Theatre, which opened as a vaudeville house in 1916, will open to music fans.for the first time in 40 years.
Changes Coming For St. Paul Winter CarnivalThe "Coolest Celebration on Earth" is planning lots of new events to celebrate the season.
Fire Breaks Out On Roof Of St. Paul's 1st Skyscraper; Firefighter InjuredA firefighter suffered a back injury while fighting a blaze on the roof of downtown St. Paul's historic Pioneer Endicott Building Tuesday afternoon. The St. Paul Fire Department said the fire was reported just after 12 p.m. at the building on 4th Street East and Robert Street North.
MNfusion: St. Paul's Citizen Supper Club Offers A Fresh Take On Traditional DishesIf you're from the Twin Cities there's a chance you may have heard the saying, "You date Minneapolis but you marry St. Paul." Minneapolis is steak tartare while St. Paul is steak and potatoes.
Kellogg Boulevard Reopens In St. Paul, For NowThe city of St. Paul temporarily reopened Kellogg Boulevard near the Xcel Energy Center. It's been closed since last spring as crews make necessary repairs to the bridges that makeup the roadway.
St. Paul Meter Enforcement Suspended For One Day SaturdayIf you were thinking about heading to St. Paul this weekend, Saturday is the day to do it! St. Paul Public Works announced that enforcement of all meters in the city will be suspended for 24 hours on Saturday, January 2, 2016.
Holiday Train To Make A Stop At St. Paul's Christmas Market Need a little help getting into the holiday spirit? Head to St. Paul this weekend! The Union Depot is hosting a Christmas Market through Sunday, Dec. 13 and on Saturday, Dec. 12 the Canadian Pacific Holiday train will make a stop.
St. Paul To Unveil Design Plan For River BalconySt. Paul may soon have another great view along the Mississippi River. On Thursday, the city shared new designs for the River Balcony project. The project intends to introduce a one-and-a-half-mile elevated pedestrian path that would stretch from the Science Museum of Minnesota all the way to Union Depot.
Impaired Driver Hits City Bus, Which Hits School In DT St. PaulA Metro Transit bus was struck by a car Saturday morning in downtown St. Paul, causing the bus to hit a school building. Metro Transit officials say the accident happened at about 7 a.m. at the corner of West 7th and Robert streets.
Senate Democrats Sign Lease For Downtown St. Paul OfficeMinnesota state senators have found some new digs in downtown St. Paul. Senate Democrats and staffers will move into a temporary office space in the UBS Tower in late May as construction consumes the Capitol. They'll stay there until a new senate office building opens early next year.
Ecolab Buys 17-Story Building To Serve As HeadquartersEcolab Inc. announced Friday it is purchasing a 17-story office building in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, and will consolidate its local staff and operations there by the end of 2018. Ecolab is a cleaning, food safety and pest-control services company that has had operations in St. Paul since its founding in 1923.
With The Wild Away, Fans Fill Downtown St. Paul For 1st Playoff GameFive-hundred-sixty-two miles separate the Minnesota Wild from their fans. But in downtown St. Paul Thursday, playoff excitement still had that home-ice feel. "This is where you go," St. Paul resident Linda Eichinger said. "Hockey fans, we're together and we're going to celebrate them no matter if they're in town or away."