Investigation Underway Following Deadly St. Paul ShootingPolice are investigating after a fatal shooting in St. Paul Wednesday evening.
St. Paul Schools Ends Relationship With City Police DepartmentThe St. Paul School Board has ended its relationship with the city's police department.
GoFundMe Set Up For Family Whose 3 Dogs Were Shot And KilledAccording to police, officers responded Tuesday to reports of shots being fired near the intersection of Milton Street and Charles Avenue.
St. Paul Police Investigating After 3 Dogs Shot, Killed Outside HomeAuthorities in St. Paul are investigating after three dogs were shot and killed outside a home Tuesday night.
'Do The Right Thing': Family Of Nia Black Wants Justice After Fatal Weekend Shooting In St. PaulThe family of a woman shot and killed in St. Paul over the weekend needs help from the public for answers.
Police: 1 Dead, 1 Injured In St. Paul ShootingPolice are investigating a fatal shooting Saturday afternoon in St. Paul.
Woman In Tent Injured After St. Paul Worker Attempted To Remove Tent With Utility VehicleFirst responders say the 49-year-old woman had "significant injuries."
St. Paul Police: 2 Suspects Steal Dog, Beezie, From Humane SocietySt. Paul police are asking for the public’s help after a dog was stolen from an animal shelter in late February.
Police: Boy, 11, In Hospital After Being Thrown From St. Paul Balcony By MotherThe boy is expected to survive his injures.
Magazine Leads To Explosives Charges Against Minnesota ManKenneth Miller of Brownsville was indicted Feb. 25 on charges of manufacturing, selling and transporting explosives as well as being a felon in possession of explosives and firearms.
St. Paul Police Issue Alert After 28 Suspected Overdoses In 6 Days, 2 DeathsSt. Paul police have issued a warning to the public after a spike in recent suspected overdoses.
Kenneth Ray Miller Indicted For Manufacturing And Dealing ExplosivesThe case was investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, along with the Houston County Sheriff’s Office, the St. Paul Police Department, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and the State Fire Marshal.
St. Paul Police To Redirect Low Priority Incidents To Online ReportingThere are nine types of incidents that emergency services will now ask to reported.
'Beyond Time': Lawmakers, St. Paul PD Chief Axtell Launch Effort To Remove MN Constitution’s Slavery ReferencesMinnesota lawmakers along with St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell have announced an effort to remove slavery references and involuntary servitude from the Minnesota Constitution.
Man Killed In St. Paul Shooting Saturday NightA man was killed late Saturday night after a shooting in St. Paul, authorities say.