State Rep. Candidate Apologizes For 'Inflammatory Rhetoric' At Black Lives Matter Protest In HugoJohn Thompson wore a "Bob Kroll Must Go" T-shirt as he disparaged Hugo and shouted profanities at neighbors who supported police.
Protesters Rally Outside Governor's Mansion To Demand Reparations For American Descendants Of SlavesProtesters gathered outside the governor's residence Sunday afternoon in St. Paul to demand payment to those impacted by slavery and racial injustice.
AG Ellison Secures Agreement With Price Gouging Store Owner Who Sold N95 Masks For Inflated PricesWhen the COVID-19 pandemic began in Minnesota in March, a St. Paul man had made trips around the state to purchase face masks, later selling them online for inflated prices.
Puppy Shot In Snout, Left In St. Paul Portable ToiletAuthorities say a puppy was shot inside a portable toilet at Marydale Park in St. Paul. Police say a man who called 911 at 3:21 a.m. Friday reported hearing gunshots at the park.
United Way, Allianz Field Team Up To Give School Supplies To 40,000 Students In NeedIt's the fifth year of Twin Cities United Way putting on this event on to get backpacks with school supplies to 40,000 students experiencing poverty.
Michael Forcia, 56, Charged With Toppling Of Christopher Columbus StatueA New Brighton man has been charged with a felony for the toppling of the Christopher Columbus statue outside of the State Capitol earlier this summer.
Crews Determine St. Paul Federal Construction Site Fire Was Intentionally SetATF's National Response Team investigated the fire that broke out last week in downtown St. Paul, just across from the Xcel Energy Center.
Free COVID-19 Testing Sites Open In Ramsey County For Weekends In AugustTwo free COVID-19 testing sites will open for weekend days in August, Ramsey County Public Health officials say.
Resiliency In The Twin Cities: St. Paul's Midway Goodwill Store ReopensSt. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, Councilwoman Mitra Jalali and other company and city leaders said this is one big step for the people who work here and the community they serve.v
St. Paul Police Sorting Through 'Monstrous Haystack' To Bring George Floyd Unrest Criminals To JusticeMonths after the destructive unrest that followed the death of George Floyd, a group of investigators and data analysts are working to hold people responsible for $82 million in damage to more than 300 St. Paul businesses.
Teacher, Anxious About School Plan, Interrupts Gov. Walz Press ConferenceReflecting the anxiety so many Minnesotans are feeling right now, Gov. Tim Walz was holding a news conference on COVID-19 relief when a middle school teacher shouted at him on Thursday.
St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Cancels Concerts Through December 2020The St. Paul Chamber Orchestra announced that their concerts through December 2020 have been canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Federal Fire Investigators Working To Determine Cause Of St. Paul Construction Site FireFederal investigators are now in St. Paul probing the cause of the fire that raged Tuesday in the heart of Minnesota’s capital city.
St. Paul Student Among 5 High Schoolers Named National Student PoetsFive high school juniors, residing everywhere from Florida to Minnesota, have been named National Student Poets.
'You Can Play It Safe And Still Have Fun': St. Paul Saints Hold Socially-Distant Home OpenerThe St. Paul Saints marched back into CHS Field Tuesday night.