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St. Paul Police Cmdr. Eric Anderson said the Pawn America at 1636 University Avenue West was robbed at gunpoint by two men around 8 p.m. The men fled the scene on a motorcycle and led police on a chase to West River Boulevard, where the motorcycle crashed.
A 29-year-old man took aim at a man who had testified against his brother at a murder trial and shot someone else in the leg instead, court documents indicate.
The future of a Twin Cities priest who resigned from his parish over the summer apparently is up in the air after a plan to send him to graduate school was scuttled.
The St. Paul City Council on Wednesday approved a new ordinance that bans the sale of low-cost, single-serve cigars such as Swisher Sweets or Black and Milds.
I used the State Fair's official app to find my way around via the little "you are here" blue dot on the app fairground map.
Personal care attendants in Minnesota have voted to unionize and chose Service Employees International Union as their bargaining representative.
The best snacks for a tailgate party are often easy to make. Just ask local chef and Vikings fan Rich Gapinski, who has spent a lifetime putting on pig roasts, barbecues and picnics.
When Project for Pride in Living's two Hamline Station apartment buildings open next year, a public plaza will connect them, allowing everyday passersby to enjoy some greenery amid the bustle and concrete of University Avenue.
Have you ever watched the Food Network and wished you could eat at one the restaurants featured on Diner's Drive-Ins and Dives, or Man vs. Food, or even Food Wars? Guess what? You can! Minnesota is home to many of the eateries showcased on the little screen.
What's making news in St. Paul, reported by the Star Tribune's team of city reporters.
A photo of the late Dominic Postiglione sits on the counter of the 1912 Draft Root Beer stand at the Minnesota State Fair in Falcon Heights on August 26, 2014.
After a spate of gruesome killings in Albuquerque's homeless population this year, the City Council moved last week to pass a small but unique new tax to fund increased services for homeless individuals.
St. Paul police work an alley near where Rahel Nigusse's body was found in June.
Aug. 26--A light-rail train struck a pedestrian Monday afternoon in St. Paul, leaving a man with a gash in his head and leg injuries, a witness said.
Lulu's Market & Deli in St. Paul is suing one of the newest food vendors at the Minnesota State Fair , claiming that Lulu's Public House is infringing on its trademark.
The days of 99-cent cigarillos such as Black and Milds and Swisher Sweets may be numbered in St. Paul.
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Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 12:51 am
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