Woman Flips Minivan in St. Paul with 3 Children Inside
A Wisconsin woman has been charged in Ramsey County Court with five criminal counts, three counts of endangerment of a child, criminal vehicular operation and driving while impaired, after flipping her minivan with her three children inside.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
Chiropractor accused of rape had a history of misconduct with women
A Little Canada chiropractor disciplined multiple times by the state chiropractic board for touching female clients inappropriately was allowed to continue practicing until he was accused of rape.
Autopsy finds cause of death of Delbert Huber, killer interviewed in Wetterling case
A rural Paynesville man sentenced to more than 30 years in prison for a shooting death in 2011 died last month from natural causes connected to "complications of a perforated gastric ulcer,'' according to the Ramsey County medical examiner's office.
St. Paul market on West Side is shut down, and owner arrested
A view of West Side Groceries at 605 Stryker Ave in St. Paul on Wednesday, June 18, 2014.
Woman tied to Shoreview homicide still a mystery
Just over a year ago, Hagos Tsegay Melake's body was found in a business parking lot along Hamline Avenue in Shoreview.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Ramsey County - Maplewood Review bulletin board July 9, 2014
Maplewood Nature Center Maplewood Nature Center & Neighborhood Preserves, 2659 E. Seventh St., Maplewood, offers the following public nature programs.
FEMA tours St. Paul's flood damage
Standing on a short dock overlooking the Mississippi River, Rick Larkin described how barges were moved into "strategic locations" to protect riverbank industry and infrastructure from heavy current as the waters rose.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
St. Paul streetcars
A network of streetcars down the city's busiest avenues will either set St. Paul apart and save working families from spending money on cars, or reduce parking, snarl traffic and further pinch a city budget that can ill afford to subsidize mass transit.
Bulletin-area block parties Aug. 5
Many area cities support Night to Unite or National Night Out block parties the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 5. Read on to learn more about how to register your party with local public safety departments.
Raise the filing bar for political hobbyists in Minneapolis
A gathering of mayoral candidates in September 2013 included Ole Savior, Merrill Anderson, Mike Gould, Bob Carney Jr., Abdul Rahaman and Captain Jack Sparrow.
Shoreview man charged with filing fraudulent tax returns, failure to pay taxes
Olufemi Augustine Badejo's business, New Horizon Investments, is housed in this building on University Avenue in St. Paul.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
St. Paul: Streetcars? How about streets, first?: Pioneer Press editorial
How can we even think about adding streetcars to St. Paul's transit mix when so many of our city streets are paved with potholes? It's not an either/or question, some City Council members told us, as they prepare to vote Wednesday on a resolution that would approve a network of feasible streetcar routes and authorize detailed study of a part of ... (more)
St. Paul woman found wrapped dead in woods was bound, police say
A woman's hands were bound and a pillowcase was over her head when her body was found dumped in a wooded area in St. Paul last month, according to a police affidavit filed recently.
Alberta politician caught in prostitution sting welcomed back to Tory caucus
MLA Mike Allen is shown in this 2013 police handout booking photo from Ramsey County Sheriff's Office in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Church seeks change of venue in lawsuit against Diocese of Winona
Attorneys for the Diocese of Winona filed a motion Monday to move the location of a civil trial about alleged sexual abuse and coverup by the church due to "intense prejudicial" pretrial publicity.
Walter Happel Pleads Not Guilty to Sexual Abuse Charges
Dressed in an orange jumpsuit, 62-year-old Walter Happel, of Newport, Minnesota, entered a not-guilty plea in Ramsey County Court Monday in connection with allegations he sexually abused children over the past 30 years.
St. Paul prostitution defendant's sentence break illegal, appeals court says
A Ramsey County judge erred when he said he would -- over the prosecutor's objection -- dismiss prostitution charges against a man after a period of probation, according to a ruling Monday by the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Como Park's Black Bear Crossings to close, but not without a fight
You might say that Black Bear Crossings won the battle but lost the war. And now it's jumping back into the fray.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Former school custodian faces more sex abuse charges
ST. PAUL, Minn. - A former St. Paul school custodian already charged with looking under a bathroom stall at an 11-year-old boy is facing seven more sets of charges for sexually abusing children and inappropriate behavior after new victims came forward.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Rules over Mississippi riverfront could be far-reaching
A renewed attempt to revamp land-use rules along the stretch of the Mississippi River that runs through the Twin Cities area is once again pitting cities and development interests against environmental concerns.