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Authorities said the accident happened at about 12:45 a.m. Friday along Doswell Avenue in St. Paul, a remote back road near where Como Avenue crosses Highway 280.
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There's a little-known boutique in St. Paul that's holding -- albeit one week late -- its own version of Black Friday and Small Business Saturday.
Bail was set at $1 million Thursday for a teen held on second-degree murder charges in a St. Paul slaying last month.
City officials and representatives of the Ryan Co. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2013 unveiled three new renderings of the future regional ballpark in Lowertown.
ST. PAUL, Minn. -- There's a conversation brewing within the city council chambers of St. Paul.
SOUTH ST. PAUL, Minn. - Howard Gustafson has no plans to put away his snow shovel any time soon - even at 98 years of age.
Nearly half the parishes in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis have been served by priests who have been credibly accused of sexually abusing a minor.
"Flying over a skeet-shooting range is going to present some strong temptations to the shooters below.
Last-minute work is done in the waiting room Thursday, December 6, 2012, for the grand opening of the refurbished Union Depot in St. Paul.
A woman involved in Hopkins' sister city partnership with the Ukrainian city of Boryspil is organizing a demonstration in St. Paul to show support for the embattled protestors in the country's capital.
Gummy Bear, a white Shih-poo, was stolen from outside the SuperAmerica at 399 N. Lexington Parkway on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013.
The empty corner of the Alliance Bank food court in downtown St. Paul's skyway system just got a little brighter.
St. Paul district officials are at work on a five-year follow-up to Strong Schools, Strong Communities -- Superintendent Valeria Silva's ambitious plan to raise achievement.
Most of us know the Saintly City's sordid gangster history. St. Paul was a hub for vice and a haven for criminals, particularly the Barker-Karpis gang, whom Eagan author Tim Mahoney calls "the Depression era's most effective bank robbers."
Scams are all around us, and never more so than during the holidays. People who wish they had more money to buy gifts, travel to visit relatives or pay off last year's spending sprees are especially susceptible to scammers.
Presentations of "Clara's Dream," a selection of excerpts from the holiday ballet classic, "The Nutcracker," are on stage this month because of dancers' dedication to their craft and their company.