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Undated black and white courtesy photo of Christopher Lollie. Lollie, 28, said he plans to file an internal affairs complaint against St. Paul police after his Jan. 31, 2014, arrest.
There are those people who like going to the Great Minnesota Gain-Weight-Together.
St. Paul Public Schools teacher Cynthia Henning, who teaches ELL classes at Washington Technology Magnet School, learns how to use her IPad to shoot videos, during a workshop in St. Paul on Monday, August 18, 2014.
A Kurdish American businessman from St. Paul is sleeping a little better this week knowing that U.S. military air strikes are helping to protect members of his family in Iraq.
In November, St. Paul bibliophiles will get reacquainted with the Highland and Sun Ray libraries, which closed a year ago for nearly $14.8 million in renovations.
Eastside Checkerboard Pizza, 992 Arcade St. in St. Paul, is the location where Nicholas James Keilen was assaulted in the beginning of June 2014.
Police and fire crews responded to the scene of a shooting at Wabasha and Plato in St. Paul, on Thursday, August 28, 2014.
Christopher Lollie. Lollie, 28, said he plans to file an internal affairs complaint against St. Paul police after his Jan. 31, 2014, arrest.
St. Paul police released the names of the officers who shot and killed a man on the city's West Side early Thursday.
Christopher Jermain Giles, 20, of St. Paul, was charged with being one of a pair of robbers who stole $75,000 in diamond rings from a St. Paul pawnship on Wednesday August 27 and then fleeing on a motorcycle.
The Ramsey County attorney's office charged Pierre Scott Glass, DOB 9/1/95, of St. Paul, with second-degree attempted murder and second-degree assault on Dec. 6, 2013 in a Nov. 30, 2013, shooting that injured a 15-year-old girl in St. Paul.
The St. Paul Port Authority is focused on redeveloping, rather than razing, the former Macy's building that it owns on St. Peter Street in downtown St. Paul.
If you've never experienced arbitrary harassment or brutality at the hands of a police officer, or seen law enforcement act in a way that defies credulity and common sense, it can be hard to believe people who tell stories of inexplicable persecution.
Whether she's performing at Brave New Workshop or meeting with members of a community that needs more art resources, one gift that serves Laura Zabel well is the ability to improvise.
Beating victim Ray Widstrand, left, eats a piece of his surprise birthday cake under an umbrella while his mother, Linda, talks to a St. Paul police officer at the last of the "Safe Summer Nights" neighborhood picnics on St. Paul's East Side on Thursday afternoon.
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Updated: Sun Aug 31, 2014 02:36 am
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