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3 hrs ago | City Pages
Fans of Tennessee Williams's infrequently produced A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur will have to wait a longer to see it onstage in Minnesota.
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6 hrs ago | TwinCities
When I told my 8-year-old daughter we were going to an event where we'd learn about Cambodia, her response was, "Oh, good! We're studying Africa in school."
7 hrs ago | CBS Local
Two of the three Carleton College students that were killed in a car accident last week will be laid to rest this weekend.
10 hrs ago | TwinCities
Opens Friday: A dozen teenage playwrights from the Twin Cities and England jointly created the new play "Bully: A Transatlantic Collaboration," one of the more ambitious projects tackled by St. Paul's SteppingStone Theatre.
Biologst Lynn Rogers is pictured checking the heart rate of Jo, a 2-year-old black bear, in September 2010.
The city of St. Paul has agreed to pay $1 million to the families of two children who were killed and one who was injured in a landslide during a school field trip last May, according to documents released Thursday.
A 14-year-old who drove off and crashed an "abandoned" school bus Feb. 10 pleaded guilty Thursday in Ramsey County Juvenile court to motor vehicle theft and criminal damage to property.
One of four women convicted in an identity-theft scheme operating in Ramsey County was sentenced Thursday to seven years and four months in prison.
A rendering shows the future St. Paul Saints' Lowertown ballpark, as seen from the Suite Level.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - A bipartisan pair of lawmakers to unveil new plans to repeal a source of annoyance to many Minnesotans - the Sunday prohibition on liquor sales.
When a man holding a gun came to the door of the St. Paul bar where Eric Wasson is a security guard, Wasson was determined not to let the man get past him.
With hugs and handshakes, members of the St. Paul City Council congratulated Nix during a brief goodbye celebration on Wednesday and introduced themselves to his replacement, Mai Chong Xiong, a former organizer with TakeAction Minnesota and Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin.
An unused St. Paul fire station that's nearly 100 years old is getting new life.
A man charged in the deadly shooting of a 25-year-old Minnesota National Guard sergeant in St. Paul last August has changed his plea from not guilty to guilty.
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