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.
Lawmaker’s Job With St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter Raises Ethics QuestionsJessica Levinson, a professor at Loyola Law School who studies ethics in politics, said the case highlights a complex web of issues.
St. Paul Mayor, Police Chief Disagree Over Use Of Gunshot Detection 'Toy' For Fighting Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders are in disagreement about how funds should be used to fight gun violence.
US Attorney Erica McDonald Joins Fight Against St. Paul ViolenceUnited States Attorney Erica McDonald is now helping coordinate the fight against violence in St. Paul.
'We Need To Try Something Different': 1st Of 3 Community Meetings Held On St. Paul Gun ViolenceSt. Paul city leaders and concerned residents gathered Thursday to tackle the city’s problem with gun violence.
Most Minnesota School Referendums Pass; St. Paul Garbage Vote A Victory For Mayor CarterThe White Bear Lake school district passed the largest school referendum in Minnesota history, at $326 million, to handle an expected surge in enrollment.
'This Has To Stop Right Now': St. Paul Police Investigating 2 Weekend HomicidesIn St. Paul, police are investigating two separate homicides from over the weekend. A 65-year-old man was found dead in an apartment complex Sunday morning. Then another man was found dead in a car Sunday night from a gunshot wound.