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Saint Paul Public Library Agency GO library bonds, series 2014C. Proceeds will be used to pay for various capital, street improvement and library projects and refund outstanding bonds.
A 22-year-old man faces charges after police say he took his 2-year-old boy to a "dope house," where the boy became high, after another individual was smoking meth in front of him.
In the burgeoning Warehouse District, on the corner of Washington and Second Avenues, Sex World beckons with a neon come-on.
The Most Reverend John C. Nienstedt meets with John Brewer at the chancery in St. Paul Monday morning October 18, 2010.
A 2-year-old boy was high on methamphetamine Friday after his father brought him to a "dope house" where a resident was smoking the drug, prosecutors said Tuesday.
Gremlin Theatre has found a new home for its production of "A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur," which will restart Thursday and run for two weeks at the Studio next to Open Eye Figure Theatre in Minneapolis.
A Wisconsin man has been found competent to stand trial on charges of fatally shooting and dismembering a Minnesota man.
The foods from the Forti family bakery have been fortifying the people of Hibbing for more than 100 years.
The blind auditions continued on NBC's "The Voice" Monday night with a local rocker kicking off the show on an impressive note.
A man tied up two employees at the Radio Shack in St. Paul's Highland Park neighborhood, then filled bags with cellphones before he fled, according to charges filed Monday.
Mia York, left, walks past the St. Paul Hotel with her Maltese, "Howie," during the 2013 St. Patrick's Day parade in St. Paul.
Eric "Biggz" Wasson provides security at Bunkers Music Bar & Grill in the North Loop of Minneapolis, photographed on Sunday, March 9, 2014.
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At 10 a.m. Sunday, demolition crews subcontracted by the Frattalone Companies will bring down the chimney stack of the Island Station coal power plant at 380 Randolph Ave. "We'll be using explosives," said Jim Wutzke, project manager for the demolition.
The owner of a St. Paul restaurant who wanted people to leave the Rice Street establishment went outside and fired a couple of rounds into the air Sunday, police said.
A Woodbury man shot a former high school classmate at Tom Reid's Hockey City Pub in St. Paul while posing as a police officer, according to an attempted-murder complaint filed Monday.
Two of those daily departures will be to Chicago or other major cities on the premium Greyhound Express service, which offers passengers fewer stops, roomier rides, power outlets and free Wifi.