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She also won a fourth Grammy that year, for female pop vocal performance for "Tapestry."
A group of medical marijuana patients and advocates gathered in front of the Minnesota governor's residence Thursday to deliver a greeting card to Gov. Mark Dayton, who is recovering from hip surgery.
A teaching assistant and a custodian at the same St. Paul public school were recently subjects of separate accusations of criminal sexual conduct involving students.
Island Station, a power plant built in 1923 along the Mississippi River off old Shepard Road.
Drum major Jim Tarbox leads the Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band along Fifth Street during the St. Patrick's Day parade in downtown St. Paul in 2012.
In this frame grab from video provided by WAFB-TV 9, Glenn Ford, 64, talks to the news media Tuesday as he leaves the maximum security prison in Angola, La., after having spent nearly 26 years on death row.
This year could wind up being the last one for St. Patrick's Day to be celebrated on a Monday in St. Paul.
On St. Paul's pockmarked Smith Avenue, longtime city street maintenance workers Tom Haack and Jeff Bision shoveled hot black asphalt into holes in the road, some of them deep enough to drop a shoe in.
North St. Paul Police Chief Tom Lauth testified at the Capitol on March 3 on behalf of a bill by Sen. Chuck Wiger that would rename a stretch of Hwy.
Minnesota lawmakers would lose their equivalent of "get-out-of-jail free cards" for drunken driving during legislative sessions under a bill approved by a House committee Wednesday night.
A St. Paul man who led police on a chase that led to a fatal collision in Northeast Minneapolis pleaded guilty Wednesday.
A St. Paul man brutally kicked a man to death in an East Third Street apartment after sipping from a half-gallon of vodka for four hours, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday -- and police are looking for a second man who may have participated in the killing.
A St. Paul family woke to a fire in their home this week, and the matriarch struggled to escape while three others got outside.
A photo shows the location of the collapse site in Lilydale Regional Park in St. Paul.
Owner Dan Flanagan said the new spot, which serves the same menu as its sister in St. Paul, would be the model if -- and he hopes, when -- more locations are to open.
Still others of us would rather focus on the food aspect of St. Patrick's Day, and that's where corned beef and cabbage come in.
It's starting to feel a bit like spring, especially after the deep-freeze that persisted this winter.