Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul Declares State Of EmergencyThe state of emergency is already in effect and will continue until March 27.
Fmr. St. Paul Mayor's Office Employee Testifies In Suit Alleging Disability DiscriminationA former employee of St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter testified Wednesday that the Mayor's office discriminated against her because of her disability.
'This Has Been A Very Dynamic And Challenging Year For The City': Leaders Address St. Paul's Homicide RateAt least 47 people have been killed. That's a 40-percent jump from last year... but on pace with the year before.
Minneapolis, St. Paul City Leaders Pass 2020 BudgetsSt. Paul and Minneapolis city council members passed multi-million and billion dollar budgets on Wednesday night.
St. Paul’s Former Ford Manufacturing Plant Could Become The Site Of New ResidencesA final plan was announced today for a billion-dollar development of the old Ford plant in St. Paul.
Police Staffing In St. Paul Sparks Debate Among City LeadersSt. Paul city leaders must decide whether to cut police officers positions during a time when shootings in the capitol city are on the rise.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter Seeks Property Tax Levy Increase Of 4.85%The budget also proposes investing $20 million for road construction and resurfacing.
St. Paul Partnership To Help At-Risk Youth Dissolved In Favor Of Community ApproachThe move comes after concerns from the community about privacy issues. The partnership gave the city, county and schools the ability to share data with the hope that it would lead to more kids getting resources and support services.
Body Cam Video Released In William Hughes ShootingThe St. Paul Police Department has released body camera footage from the Aug. 5 fatal officer-involved shooting in St. Paul.
St. Paul Council Candidate Arrested For Possible Revenge PornDavid Martinez was arrested early Monday for felony non-consensual dissemination of private sexual images.
St. Paul Police Dog Bit Man After Collar BrokePolice said they were responding to calls of a person with a gun early Friday in the city's Dayton's Bluff neighborhood.
St. Paul Cookie Shop Offers Mentoring, Job Training For Local TeensFor 30 years, the bakery has employed high school students and teaches them business management skills.