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The City Council will vote on the 2019 budget Dec. 12. [Read More]
The City Council will vote on the 2019 budget Dec. 12. [Read More]
The six "Rec Tech Labs" will offer computer skills classes and certifications. [Read More]
Workers rallied outside City Hall on Monday, both for and against counting tips as wages. [Read More]
Mayor Melvin Carter's office declined multiple offers to help pull together a July 4 fireworks display in St. Paul after he announced in late June... [Read More]
A backlog of nearly 60,000 permits hangs over city's building safety examiners. [Read More]
Private colleges and universities may have to raise tuition to pay students higher wages. [Read More]
Support appears strong, but route to setting pay level remains unsettled. [Read More]
The 32-year-old will represent the city's Fourth Ward. [Read More]
A parcel that was to be made into a park was sold. [Read More]
City attorney argued that a citizen misinterpreted Minnesota law in the suit. [Read More]
Even with a funding boost, the parks department will likely continue to fall behind on removing ash trees. [Read More]
The long-empty theater may reopen as a retail space. [Read More]
Mayor's new budget calls for 11.5% tax levy increase. [Read More]
The 32-year-old is expected to take office in September. [Read More]
There will be 800 bikes for pickup and dropoff anywhere. [Read More]
Both sides agree council member helped woman vote, but dispute his intent. [Read More]
A group of people, led by alt-right provocateur Laura Loomer, interrupted the event at Holy Land deli. [Read More]
Follow the StarTribune for the news, photos and videos from the Twin Cities and beyond. [Read More]
Both Shirley Erstad and Mitra Nelson have garnered strong support. [Read More]
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