State Rep. John Thompson Cited For Driving With Suspended License, Accused Officer Of Racial ProfilingA Minnesota state lawmaker said he was racially profiled during a traffic stop in St. Paul on the Fourth of July that resulted in a ticket for driving with a suspended license. The city’s police chief disputes those claims, calling the encounter “by the books.”
Ramsey Co. Sheriff Re-Launches Youth Basketball Program“With the atmosphere right now, law enforcement owes it to build that bridge between law enforcement and the community,” Inspector Chy Lee said.
Police Make Contact With Missing Waite Park WomanWaite Park police say they have made contact with a 35-year-old woman who had been missing since early June, according to her family and friends.
Rondo's Renaissance: State Budget Gives $5M For I-94 Land Bridge Through Historic Black St. Paul NeighborhoodIt was a thriving African American neighborhood in heart of St. Paul, destroyed by development. Now, there's new hope Rondo will rise again.
St. Paul's Turf Club Roars Back To Life After Almost 500 Days Of Silence“[Wednesday night] is our first ticketed event back in almost 500 days,” Ashley Ryan said. “It’s been a really long time to get here.”
Minnesota Senate Votes To End Special Session, Tables Votes On CommissionersThe Minnesota Legislature’s special session is now officially over after the Senate adjourned Wednesday instead of voting on the fate of some top government officials’ jobs in Gov. Tim Walz’s administration.
Man Shot Dead In East St. Paul ID'd As Kiefer MorganSt. Paul police are investigating the city’s 13th homicide of the year.
5 Years After Philando Castile's Death, His Mother Continues Fight For Families Impacted By Deadly Police ShootingsIt's now been five years since a now-former police officer shot and killed Philando Castile during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights.
2 Vehicles Connected To Northern Wisconsin Homicide Found In St. PaulTwo vehicles connected to a killing in northern Wisconsin last week have been found in St. Paul, authorities say.
Como Zoo Welcomes ‘Fiercely Cute’ Lesser Kudu CalfThe Como Zoo in St. Paul on Tuesday announced the addition of another member to its animal family: a female lesser kudu calf.
Rally Held For Winston Smith Outside BCA Headquarters: 'We Want The Truth!'Community activists continue to push for more transparency in the shooting death of Winston Smith.
1 Killed, 2 Hurt In St. Paul Light Rail CrashOne person is dead and two others are hurt after a vehicle collided with a METRO Green Line train in St. Paul late Sunday afternoon.
2 House Fires In Eastern Metro Overnight Leave Several DisplacedFirefighters responded to two house fires in the eastern metro in the early morning hours Sunday.
New State Budget Includes Funds For Rondo Land BridgeFor years, an effort has been underway to reconnect the neighborhood with a land bridge. The plan will now likely move forward, after the state allocated $6.2 million to start the process.
After 4 Decades, Nonprofit Still Helping Minnesotans Buy Homes Of Their DreamsIf you're house shopping right now, you know how competitive the market is. Inventory in the metro is still low and it's more important than ever to be prepared.