Applications to receive financial relief from the St.
Families and small businesses are feeling the impact of the coronavirus and cities are trying to find ways to help.
Saint Paul is rolling out a new program to help people struggling during the pandemic. Mayor Melvin Carter is proposing a nearly $4 million Bridge Fund - offering assistance to low-income families and small businesses. Mayor Carter joined the FOX 9 Morning News to talk about how the fund will work and how the city is responding to the COVID-19 crisis.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter is proposing a $3.25 million emergency relief fund for families and small businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter is celebrating the birth of his sixth child.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey accused House Republicans of playing politics with proposals aimed at crime in the Twin Cities, after GOP members said Monday they were scared to take public transit and painted city officials as disinterested in the issue.
After two years leading the capital city, Saint Paul mayor Melvin Carter reflects on his time in office and goals for the future.
Wednesday afternoon, Mayor Melvin Carter presented his budget plan, which did not include funding for a Shot Spotter tool.
Hundreds of people turned out for a second community listening session in St. Paul Tuesday night to talk about solutions to end gun violence plaguing the city.
When St. Paul Police responded to Rice and Wayzata streets Sunday evening, they found a man dead of a gunshot wound in a car in what would become the city’s 26th gun-related homicide of the year.
St. Paul police are investigating after Mayor Melvin Carter's Office received threatening, racist letters that referenced the trash collection decisions the city recently made.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced a series of public engagement events, a special cabinet meeting and a supplemental public safety budget proposal Monday in response to recent violent incidents across the city.
Trash collection has been a hot topic in the city of St. Paul and now the Minnesota Supreme Court has spoken.
A widely viewed video on social media showing the arrest of a 13-year-old girl in St. Paul is causing quite a stir. In a press conference Thursday, St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter further explained his call for an internal investigation, but warns of not rushing to judgement of the police or the girl.
The St. Paul mayor is calling for a formal investigation into the arrest of a 13-year-old girl after video of the incident was shared on social media. The video, which has now been taken down from Facebook, showed several St. Paul police officers arresting a girl, who was lying on the ground.
Mayor Melvin Carter skydived into Harriet Island Regional Park in St. Paul, Minnesota Tuesday to announce a unique flying competition that is coming to St. Paul in September.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter hosts budget talks with residents.
There will be no city-sponsored fireworks display in St. Paul, Minnesota on the Fourth of July this year, Mayor Melvin Carter announced Wednesday.
St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter discusses community expansion during his 2018 State of the City Address.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey and St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter outlined their priorities for the future of service in their respective communities on National Service Recognition Day.