Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau will brief the media Wednesday afternoon, May 15, on last week's chase and shooting that left a suspect and a motorist dead and sent two officers to the hospital with gunshot wounds.
Beginning at 12:01 a.m. Aug. 1, hundreds of gay and lesbian couples are expected to get married in "flash" weddings at the Como Park Zoo and Conservatory, as well as other popular public St. Paul wedding locales.
Sometimes the box that stuff comes in is more fancy and artsy and intriguing than the stuff. Football, for example, is dirty and gritty and brutally plain. But the new ballpark looks like one of those boxes.
Colleagues say Washington County District Judge Elizabeth Martin has all the qualities that make for a great judge -- she's patient, cares intensely about the integrity of the process and has a strong work ethic.
A West St. Paul mother has been accused of going too far in disciplining her 7-year-old son, who came to school with burns consistent with having a heated clothing iron pushed against his face, prosecutors say.
Neighbors of a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant and bar under construction on Snelling Avenue at Ashland Avenue say the company has met with them to discuss facade improvements and other design issues, but there's still concern over serving hours and particulars such as fencing and the lack of a left turn-lane on Snelling.
A proposal to install a new police station on Rice Street is not dead, but a task force of the city's Capital Improvement Budget Committee recently ranked the North End project middle-of-the-road in its priorities list.