'Devastating': Fire Breaks Out At The Coffee Cup In St. Paul; Firefighters Rescue ManA beloved St. Paul coffee shop caught fire Friday evening.
'Honored To Be Someone Who Can Help': SPFD Onboards First Somali FirefightersBeneath the more than 50 pounds of gear and the steamy mask, two of the newest St. Paul firefighters both have a story.
St. Paul Fire Dept. Investigates 12 Blazes Set Within 6 Hours Investigators at the St. Paul Fire Department are looking into who started 12 fires over Memorial Day weekend.
SPFD: Body Discovered In St. Paul's Pickerel LakeSt. Paul fire officials say a body was discovered in Pickerel Lake late Saturday morning.
St. Paul Fire Department: Keep Fire Hydrants Clear Of SnowFebruary's snowfall has had people revving up snow blowers and shoveling sidewalks, but some have been missing a crucial component to keeping their homes safe: fire hydrants.
Good Question: Who Should Keep Fire Hydrants Clear Of Snow?With all of the snow and subzero temperatures this winter, several of you have wondered about how firefighters are able to use the hydrants when they need them. Jeff from Plymouth and Carol from Eagan asked: How does the water in a fire hydrant not freeze? Roger from St. Paul wanted to know: Whose responsibility is it to keep the fire hydrants clear?
St. Paul House Explosion Displaces More Than A Dozen ResidentsJon LaBoda is suddenly homeless and sleeping in a car as a result of Friday’s devastating house explosion on Payne Avenue in St. Paul, which left the home he was living in now condemned. Structurally, it is too severely damaged for habitation.
St. Paul House Explodes: 1 Victim Pulled From WreckageA huge explosion jolted a St. Paul neighborhood Friday morning, sending 80-year-old John Lundahl to the hospital, and blowing out windows and walls of nearby homes. A nearby security camera captured the explosion rip the house apart, spewing an enormous fireball. The home was leveled, and others have been evacuated.
St. Paul Police, Fire Paying Out Hundreds To People Who Help Solve ArsonArson investigators in St. Paul are giving cash to people who help them solve crimes.
Authorities Warn Again About Dangerous St. Paul CavesSt. Paul authorities are again warning people to stay away from the city's caves by the Mississippi River.
Fire Department Battles Flames At Commercial Building Late Into Friday NightFirefighters battled a raging fire for four hours at a commercial building in St. Paul Friday night.