Some of the 21 residents had to be rescued by fire crews from a third-floor window.
A St. Paul company is ushering in a new ice age, making artisanal ice cubes for craft cocktails.
Wednesday afternoon, Mayor Melvin Carter presented his budget plan, which did not include funding for a Shot Spotter tool.
A violent rape suspect who led police on a wild chase across the east Twin Cities metro area into Wisconsin Wednesday now faces yet another felony charge out of Ramsey County this week.
Wearing their Henry Sibley red, hundreds gathered Saturday to say goodbye to 17-year-old Da’Qwan Jones-Morris.
As school lunch shaming in Minnesota makes national headlines, local school districts are doing what they can to make a difference
The St. Paul Police Department is more than 160 years old, making it the oldest police organization in the state. Now, a group of mostly retired officers are keeping all that history alive.
On Tuesday night a new, referral-only overflow homeless shelter run by the group Model Cities is opening in downtown St. Paul ahead of unseasonably cold temperatures.
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.
St. Paul city officials have struck a development deal for the long-vacant Ford Motor Co. assembly plant site, including a $53 million contribution from taxpayers.
A vehicle crashed into a squad car in St. Paul, Minnesota Tuesday morning, injuring two police officers.
Two DFL State Representatives announced they will not be seeking reelection in 2020.
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 a shooting death Sunday night after a man was found dead in his vehicle on Wayzata Street around 5 p.m.
Hundreds of girls gathered at the Science Museum of Minnesota for "Girls, Science, and Technology" on Saturday.
A deputy U.S. marshal was at the right place at the right time this week when he stopped a man firing shots at a St. Paul gas station.
Hundreds of students and staff gathered for a candlelight vigil near Henry Sibley High School football field, where a slain senior was a star player. His friends say he will be remembered for his kindness and sense of humor.
Minnesota’s biggest state agency broke the law more than 200 times this year, sending out $52 million in contracts without approval, according to the department’s internal records.
After decades of service, a St. Paul community center is closing its doors, impacting around 200 children.
A 33-year-old St. Paul man has been charged in connection to a St. Paul shooting that left one man dead and another person injured last month.