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A slice of Stillwater's history surfaced this week as crews working on the St. Croix River bridge project uncovered two glass bottles that date back to the early 1900s.
Ten years ago next month, Soul Asylum bassist Karl Mueller was diagnosed with cancer and his friends stepped in to help.
Los Angeles police closed off several streets downtown in a search for a kidnapping suspect charged in St. Paul, Minn., KABC-TV reported.
A priest who took a voluntary leave of absence in November for past sexual misconduct not involving children has returned to his New Prague churches.
The Lexington on Grand Avenue in St. Paul has been sold, and the 76-year-old institution is in for some changes.
A 19-year-old man -- arrested in a Wednesday shooting that critically injured a woman in St. Paul -- had been charged in January with pointing a loaded rifle at his 13-year-old nephew.
A St. Paul teenager has been arrested, and police say he is suspected of shooting a woman in St. Paul Wednesday evening.
The salsa and cha cha have been getting a little out of hand at the Dancers Studio, a Midway dance instruction and event center located north of Interstate 94 near University and Snelling avenues.
Attorneys for plaintiffs alleging sexual abuse by Catholic priests said Wednesday that the Rev.
Neither questions about funding and environmental clean-up, nor back-and-forth with the State Historic Preservation Office over design flourishes, can keep a big pink pig like Mudonna down.
Dan Oskey is leaving the Strip Club in St. Paul for the new Hola Arepa along Eat Street in Minneapolis.
The new French Meadow on St. Paul's Grand Avenue is open, nearly a year behind schedule, and it seems neighbors have been eagerly awaiting it.
Saint Paul is home to many large festivals and special events that provide fun and unique experiences year round.
Thanks mainly to former Center Stage Artistic Director Irene Lewis , I have seen every single play written by the late August Wilson .
The St. Paul police union and city will begin arbitration Tuesday over the police contract, for which wages have been the sticking point.
It started as a report of a suicide-in-progress and ended with St. Paul police discovering about 200 pounds of marijuana.