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ST. PAUL, Minn. - A 30-year-old St. Paul man is charged with rape, thanks to the involvement of a stranger who risked his own safety to get involved.
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An appeals court has upheld the murder conviction of Timothy Bakdash of Roseville, who is serving 40 years for the booze-fueled hit-and-run killing of a Wisconsin man.
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Authorities were called at about 8 a.m. to a report of a body near the former Ford plant.
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Chicken pot pie was photographed at the Lexington restaurant in St. Paul on Thursday February 23, 2012.
The Legislature passed a bill Monday that includes a provision that directs the city of St.
We all love to make friends, and giving gifts is a great way to do it. What could be better than making friends by giving away expensive gifts, and then getting someone else to pay for them? That's exactly what the Minnesota legislature is doing this session.
Paul Lee of St. Paul was charged with second-degree attempted murder involving a female relative and second-degree assault of the woman's boyfriend.
The St. Cloud Rox have announced that all single-game tickets will go on sale starting at 9 a.m. When Ed Solstad heads for the Border Route Trail, it's usually with a chain saw and a work crew.
Foy, a Shakespeare specialist who taught British literature and led the St. Paul university's English and faculty development center during a nearly three-decade career, hosted a book club meeting 10 days before he died May 1, the school and family said.
In this Aug. 5, 2010 file photo, Hawo Mohamed Hassan, left, and Amina Farah Ali, both of Rochester, Minn., leave U.S. District Court in St Paul, Minn.
The first order of business: Four weeks remain to submit your best-garden nomination to the Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department.
Demonstrators for and against SF778, the bill would let unions try to organize personal care workers and child care providers, gather at the Minnesota Capitol on Saturday.
I have two folders in my work computer. One is titled "lack of common sense." The other is "your government at work." There's no question that the stories sent to the folders will overlap quite often, considering the tale I'm about to tell you.
Zach Mohs whispers a small secret to his rescuer and the man who saved his life -- Alaskan Ken Krassell on Ken's visit to Minnesota.
More room for early-childhood education, improved school security, classrooms ready for the 21st century -- those are among the selling points supporters of a proposed South St.