The expanded programs come as the St. Paul Area Chamber of Commerce unveils new research to show that immigration is driving the city’s population growth.
The United States Postal Services is launching a new program in two areas in the Twin Cities metro to help lower the amount of dog bites suffered by postal workers.
After trees worth thousands of dollars have been stolen in recent months from across the Twin Cities metro, bonsai tree enthusiasts are pushing to get their trees back.
A 22-year-old woman was charged with murder Monday for allegedly stabbing and killing her boyfriend in St. Paul over the weekend.
Saturday marks the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and memorial ceremonies are set to take place across the country, including in the Twin Cities.
A crowd gathered at the State Capitol on Saturday for a morning filled with honor, hope, and healing, 20 years after the horrific attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 –- a day that forever changed the world as we know it.
St. Paul police say they are increasing patrols at Jewish community centers and synagogues due to recent concerns, including the vandalism.
Police are investigating after a man was found injured and lying in the street Friday night in St. Paul.
The most sensitive and secret information in Minnesota’s federal court system is now kept in a locked room, on an ‘air-gapped’ computer in St. Paul, without access to the internet following the "SolarWinds" cyber-attack on the U.S. federal government that was uncovered in December 2020.
St. Paul Public Schools is making changes to some school schedules due to the ongoing bus driver shortage, the district announced Tuesday.
A man has been charged with arson for allegedly starting a fire at a St. Paul apartment building Tuesday that displaced 19 residents.
Police have taken a suspect into custody on charges of assault for an incident where an officer was dragged from a truck while trying to chase down a man last week.
Police are searching for the vandals who covered the front of the Hmong Cultural Center Museum in St. Paul with white paint and a white supremacist slogan overnight.
The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office is ending felony prosecutions resulting from non-public safety traffic stops.
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One person is in custody following an apartment fire in St. Paul Tuesday night that appears to be intentionally set.
The Merge Twin Cities Celebrating the Nations festival at the Minnesota State Capitol aimed at celebrating the cultures that make up the Twin Cities.
Firefighters put out another fire at a recycling plant in St. Paul, Minnesota early Saturday morning. The plant experienced a much larger fire Tuesday, but it was contained that evening.
Merge Twin Cities: Celebrating the Nations Festival is a free event on Saturday at the Minnesota State Capitol that will showcase different cultures to share a message of hope and healing.
A half a world away, young girls in Nepal struggle to stay in school. But now, boxes of help are coming from the Twin Cities.