7 Injured In 3 Separate Shootings In St. Paul OvernightPeople in St. Paul are pleading for change after more than 150 bullets were fired and seven people were shot in three separate shootings Saturday night and Sunday morning.
St. Paul Announces Road Closures To Support Outdoor ActivitiesMayor Carter announced closures of four city streets to vehicle traffic to support physically distant outdoor activities this spring and summer on Wednesday.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter Announces Re-Election Bid
St. Paul Mayor Carter Announces 48-Member Commission To Recommend Alternatives To Police ResponseSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced a Community-First Safety Commission on Thursday.
Minnesota Leaders React To Joe Biden's Projected WinMinnesota continued its streak of voting for the Democratic candidate in a presidential election, largely supporting Biden in his path towards the White House.
Ayd Mill Road To Reopen Saturday With New Bike TrailAyd Mill Road in St. Paul will reopen on Saturday featuring a new off-street pedestrian and bike trail.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Mayors To Jointly Proclaim Monday As 'Ruth Bader Ginsburg Day'The mayors of Minnesota’s two largest cities will honor the legacy of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Monday.
St. Paul Moving Forward With Guaranteed Income Pilot For Struggling Families St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter’s guaranteed income pilot program to give struggling families in the city $500 a month is moving forward.
St. Paul Mayor Carter's Guaranteed Monthly Income Proposal Challenged By Rep. McCollumA pilot program proposed by St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter to guarantee $500 in monthly income to 150 low-income families affected by COVID-19 has hit a snag.
St. Paul Police Chief: Mayor Is Asking For $9.2M In Budget Cuts To Police DepartmentSt. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell says Mayor Melvin Carter is asking for the police department to cut $9.2 million from its budget.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul Mayor Carter Addresses Whether The State Fair Is In JeopardyIn an interview with Christiane Cordero, Mayor Carter explains how decisions are made in the COVID-19 era, the city’s plan to enforce social distancing, and where he hopes to see progress against the pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: St. Paul Declares State Of EmergencyThe state of emergency is already in effect and will continue until March 27.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter Announces Birth Of Baby GirlSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter spent Super Tuesday welcoming the birth of a baby girl.
St. Paul Public Schools To Offer $300 Monthly Rent Supplement To Families In NeedApplications for the program will be accepted on a referral-only basis, drawn from designated staff members at each school.
St. Paul's Mayor, Police Chief Speak Out At Meeting On City's Gun Violence DilemmaMore than 200 residents packed St. Paul’s Mt. Olivet Baptist Church Wednesday night to talk about solutions to violence in the city.