The University Avenue Betterment Association says the city isn't doing enough to help them with their struggling businesses -- trapped in the middle of the construction. St. Paul officials say they'll review their programs to help those merchants next month.
Charges: Teen hid inside vehicle trunk after shooting man at compost site
Prosecutors believe the shooting was a targeted act.
Cody Fohrenkam found guilty of Deshaun Hill Jr.'s murder
The 15-year-old was fatally shot on Feb. 9, 2022.
Gov. Tim Walz proposes $3.3B for aging infrastructure
Walz's borrowing plan comes days after the release of his two-year state budget proposal.
Police: Sartell fire that left man, baby dead investigated as murder-suicide
Police found a four-month-old baby inside.
Authorities seek answers after dog found shot near Garfield, Minnesota
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Woman pleads guilty to 2003 murder of her baby, found on Mississippi River shore
The baby was found nearly 20 years ago.
Murder charge unsealed in man's killing outside Brooklyn Park market in 2021
Prosecutors have not indicated a motive.
Children's Theatre Company actors lose belongings in damaging house fire
The fire broke out Tuesday morning shortly after the dryer had been started.
Biden Admin. imposes 20-year mining ban near Boundary Waters
The moratorium is the maximum the Department of the Interior can implement without congressional approval.
Police identify 2 deputies shot by suspect in Winsted, Minnesota
The BCA is still investigating the incident.
Historic St. Paul building to be removed, put in storage after public outcry
The building was set to be demolished before community members spoke out against it.
Minnesota's COVID update for the week ending Tuesday, Jan. 24
Hospitalizations dipped for a second week in a row.
Major stretch of Central Corridor in St. Paul resumes normal car traffic
After months of work, a three-mile stretch of University Avenue in St. Paul will reopen this week. On Wednesday, University Avenue will transition back into two lanes in both directions.
Central Corridor tear-up takes toll on businesses
A few early supporters of the rail project tell MinnPost that if they knew how bad business would get, they wouldn't have supported it in the first place. About two dozen businesses along the rail line have closed up since construction started.
Judge orders new study of Central Corridor construction's impact on business
A federal judge says the agencies overseeing the project didn't do a good enough job in their first study on how the construction could impact local businesses, but the judge rejected a call to shut down the project.
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.
Frustrated business owner bails on St. Paul expansion
The owner of a popular bakery in Minneapolis won't be cooking up a new location on St. Paul's Grand Avenue. Cupcake's Kevin Vanderaa says he's fed up after the neighborhood association's complaints about a technical issue. Vanderaa also says he received no support from elected officials.
Officials: Central Corridor project meeting minority hiring goals
Nearly 19 percent of rail workers are minorities and nearly 10 percent are females. The report comes shortly after the contractor that built the Hiawatha light rail line was fined millions of dollars for falsifying claims about its hiring diversity.
Lawsuit filed against DNR to stop Minn. wolf hunt
Two groups have filed a lawsuit against the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to try to stop a wolf hunting season on Nov. 3. The Center for Biological Diversity in Tucson and locally based Howling for Wolves claims the DNR did not allow the opportunity for public input on the bill.
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