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3 hrs ago | TwinCities
Plans to relocate the Dorothy Day Center closer to the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center by Lafayette Road are off the table.
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The owner of a St. Paul restaurant who wanted people to leave the Rice Street establishment went outside and fired a couple of rounds into the air Sunday, police said.
7 hrs ago | TwinCities
Two of those daily departures will be to Chicago or other major cities on the premium Greyhound Express service, which offers passengers fewer stops, roomier rides, power outlets and free Wifi.
The City of Saint Paul strongly supports efforts to reinvest and strenthen our neighborhoods and commercial areas by bringing regional and state resources to these projects.
A St. Paul man pleaded guilty Friday to felony drug possession drunken driving in two incidents that occurred after he was accused of leading police on a chase and causing a fiery crash that burned another driver.
Maplewood Nature Center Maplewood Nature Center & Neighborhood Preserves, 2659 E. Seventh St., Maplewood, offers the following public nature programs.
A 14-year-old St. Paul boy has pleaded guilty to stealing an idling school bus and crashing it at a gas station.
A 14-year-old who drove off and crashed an "abandoned" school bus Feb. 10 pleaded guilty Thursday in Ramsey County Juvenile court to motor vehicle theft and criminal damage to property.
One of four women convicted in an identity-theft scheme operating in Ramsey County was sentenced Thursday to seven years and four months in prison.
The Archbishop of the Minneapolis and St. Paul Diocese will testify under oath about the swirling clergy sex abuse scandal, the Minnesota Court of Appeals said yesterday .
When they weren't robbing Twin Cities banks more than 80 years ago, gangsters would kick back at Keller Golf Course in Maplewood.
A South St. Paul man who said he had been abused as a child "saw red" when Heather Horst told him her husband had beaten her -- killing her unborn baby.
Mayor Dan Roe delivered his fourth annual "State of the City" address at city hall last week, where he touted some of the city's accomplishments from last year and spoke of some of the city's plans for this year.