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2 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
To look at him as he sits in the front window of a diner in St. Paul, Minnesota - tapping at his laptop, sipping his coffee - is to see someone who could be any guy in any coffee shop anywhere.
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3 hrs ago | TwinCities
Lieutenant Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon, bottom, skydives with tandem instructor Sergent First Class Aaron Figel, of the U.S. Army Parachute Team, nicknamed the "Golden Knights," over St. Paul on Tuesday, Sept.
Community ambassadors take to St. Paul streets to connect with at-risk youths and head off trouble with the police.
A 16-year-old who risked his life to save a man from a St. Paul fire last month received the fire department's highest honor Tuesday.
"It is a great school, in a competitive conference and I am looking forward to leading the women's basketball program," Roysland said in a statement issued by the St. Paul school.
Cindy McCain ripped the National Football League on Tuesday saying it has ignored sex-trafficking activity associated with its marquee event, the Super Bowl, which is going to her home state of Arizona in about six months.
Every significant Black movement in this country has its roots in the African American church.
There were no fireworks last year when Bang Brewing, with just one beer on tap, opened its signless brewery in St. Paul.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Certified results from last week's Minnesota primary show just more than 10 percent of the state's eligible voters cast ballots.
Fifty pedestrian flags that are part of a new program in St. Paul were stolen from Grand Avenue, according to a police report.
Writes The Hoot Owl of St. Paul: "A favorite thing has been the great pleasure found by exploring the aisles of a new-to-us hardware store and just wandering around to see the objects on display.
With no warning for residents, military helicopters flew low Monday evening over St. Paul and Minneapolis in a federal training exercise, about which officials released almost no information.
In 1964, President Lyndon Johnson approved a network of Job Corps training centers as part of the War on Poverty.
A Newport woman pleaded guilty in Washington County district court Monday to administering a fatal dose of methadone to her husband.
Generation Next, a push to close the achievement gap in St. Paul and Minneapolis schools, Monday laid out the basic steps of a program that leaders hope will get everybody working together on the same page.
All lanes on southbound Hwy. 52 in St. Paul have reopened after being closed for about an hour while crews cleaned up a crash that involved an overturned semitrailer truck.
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