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St. Paul Aims To Increase Property Tax But Is Cutting Police.

Today, the St. Paul City Council will likely approve its 2020 budget for a 6% increase in tax levies. This includes a $9 million...

O’Gara’s is closing in St. Paul, cites bad environment for business

O’Gara’s bar in St. Paul on Selby and Snelling is closing for good. Last year O’Gara’s had closed temporarily, as they renovated and sold...

St. Paul Police Chief Says Gun-Related Homicides ‘Most in History of...

St. Paul Police Chief Todd Axtell told the media this week that detectives in the homicide and special investigations units are “absolutely exhausted” and...

More Minnesota cities raise tobacco purchasing age from 18 to 21

The St. Paul City Council unanimously approved the change to raise its tobacco purchasing age from 18 to 21, which will take effect in...

St. Paul schools settles case involving racial quotas in school discipline

A Minnesota teacher received a $525,000 settlement, after suing the St. Paul School District for retaliating against him after he criticized its use of...

St. Paul School to be Renamed to Erase Name of President...

The desire to change the name of the school stems from the fact that James Monroe, the 5th president of the United States, was...

St. Paul Ranked As One of the Worst US Cities to...

St. Paul’s violent crime rate is more than double than the rest of the state clocking in at 651 violent crimes for every 100,000...

Mayor Carter didn’t have $100k for Independence Day fireworks but does...

On Independence Day last year, there was no “rocket’s red glare” or “bombs bursting in air” to give “proof through the night that our flag...

Both Twin Cities Mayors Raising Property Taxes

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- The mayors of Minneapolis and St. Paul are looking to raise taxes on property owners. St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman...

Twin Cities’ Parks Top in Nation at High Cost to Taxpayers

MINNEAPOLIS - Minneapolis and St. Paul have the best parks in the nation, according to the Trust for Public Land. For the fifth year in...