The St. John's Bible was commissioned by monks at St. John's Abbey and University in Collegeville. Officials estimate it cost about $8 million to complete.
BCA IDs officer in fatal St. Paul shooting, says there was 'exchange of fire'
The sergeant has been an officer for 10 years.
Charges: Teen speeding before crash that killed mother, injured her son
The teenager was driving at speeds between 72-89 mph at the time of the crash.
Northland Vapor calls St. Paul regulators 'overzealous' in lawsuit over THC sales
The small Minnesota business said the lawsuit was "misleading" and "shameful."
Excelsior chocolate shop ransacked by thieves to reopen
Truffle Hill will reopen to the public on Friday.
Company agrees to changes after child workers found in MN meat plants
An investigation found children ages 13-17 working hazardous jobs at the plants.
Drinks can company to lay off almost 100 workers, close St. Paul plant
State authorities were informed of the impending closure.
Suspect in Minneapolis bar killing charged with weapons crime
The suspect has not been charged with murder in the case as of Wednesday.
A monster storm is coming next week: What will happen?
What we know with high confidence at this point is that there will be a monster storm in the central U.S. by the early and middle part of next week.
Boy safe after kidnapping by non-custodial parent in Mankato
The search prompted the temporary shutdown of I-35 Tuesday night.
Search for group who stole 13 guns, ammo, vehicles on Thanksgiving
The theft happened at a home near Belle Plaine.
11 face charges after being found 'exploring' Fridley sewer system
A 911 caller reported seeing a group removing a manhole cover Monday night.
Man killed by St. Paul police ID'd by family, community demands answers
The man was identified as 24-year-old Howard Johnson.
Former priest alleges cover-up of sex abuse by Catholic, Episcopalian leaders
A former priest says officials at St. Johns Abbey in Collegeville were well aware of his inappropriate sexual contact. After St. Johns he went on to abuse members of a boys choir in Missouri. He says some 16 Catholic leaders and a top ranking Episcopalian leader were aware of the problem and chose to do nothing.
Fundraising complete for new firefighters memorial
The State Capitol will soon be home to a new memorial honoring Minnesota firefighters who have died in the line of duty. According to WCCO, fundraising for the $600,000 project is complete. Plans include moving a statue at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport to the Capitol's south mall. It will join other veteran memorials next year.
St. John's looking beyond monastery for next university president
To date, all the presidents of St. John's University have come from the adjacent Abbey. That may change now that the university has hired a search firm to find the successor to the Reverend Robert Koopman.
'Church hoppers' drawn to multiple congregations
A small but growing group of Christians nationwide known as"church hoppers" worship at multiple Christian congregations, often of different denominations. Pastors say it can be tough to build relationships with the roving faithful – and they can't be counted on as much to give their time and money to a church.
Princess Diana's belongings going on display at Mall of America
The exhibit, 'Diana: A Celebration' will run from Feb. 4 to June 10 at the Mall of America. All profits generated from the display go to the princess' memorial fund.
Cossetta's seeks variance to complete renovation
Popular St. Paul restaurant Cossetta's is a few months away from debuting a $10 million, three-level addition, but, the owner has run into a potentially messy problem. The site's proposed storm water retention system is too close to the restaurant's underground food storage and food prep area.
Central corridor rail project 50 percent complete
A project that has delivered both promise and pain to parts of St. Paul has reached the halfway point. Central Corridor Light Rail Transit (LRT) officials say the 11-mile project that will link Minneapolis and St. Paul via Washington and University avenues is 50 percent complete and on schedule to be 75 percent completed by year's end. Service is slated to begin in 2014.
St. John's University names first lay president
The Catholic St. John's University in Collegeville announced Michael Hemesath as the institution's first full-time lay president. Hemesath is an economics professor at Carleton College and a 1981 graduate of St. John's. The Rev. Robert Koopmann announced he will step down at the end of this academic year.
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