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Saint Paul history and the city's growth as a landing port are tied to water. The city's defining physical characteristic, the Mississippi and connecting Minnesota Rivers were carved into the region during the last ice age. Fed by receding glaciers and Lake Agassiz ten thousand years ago, torrents of water from a glacial river undercut the river valleys. The city is situated in east-central Minnesota.

Population: 287151
Local Newspapers: St. Paul Pioneer Press
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Wild (NHL) Minnesota Vikings (NFL) Minnesota Twins (MLB) Minnesota Timber Wolves (NBA)
Local Colleges: Concordia University

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's surprising Friday announcement that his country will suspend nuclear and missile tests stunned at least one CNN reporter enough to give President Trump some serious credit. "The nuclear test and the intercontinental ballistic missile test will be discontinued," reported the Korean Central News Agency on Friday.

Friends, Family Remember Barber Hit and Killed in St. Paul Crash

Family members identified 41-year-old Lashay Whittaker as the man St. Paul police say died after his car was slammed into by a suspect, fleeing from an earlier domestic situation that involved a machete. The suspect, 26-year-old Shawn Michael Konder of St. Paul, is being held on suspicion of criminal vehicular homicide.

1 Dead after Suspect in Domestic Incident with Machete Crashes into Car in St. Paul

St. Paul police say one person has died after a domestic incident involving a machete turning into a high-speed chase that ended in a crash early Saturday. Police were called to a domestic situation just before midnight Friday after a woman reported her boyfriend was trying to stab her teenage son with a machete, then fled the scene in a white van with the machete.

Faith Focus: Plight of Palestinian Christians to be discussed

"United Methodists for Kairos Response: Answering the Urgent Call from Palestinian Christians" is the topic for a forum at 10:15 a.m. Sunday at Christ United Methodist Church. Carol Brunholzl and Hank Kliewer, members of CUMC and the SE Minnesota Alliance of Peacemakers , will give a historical background of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the United Methodist Kairos Response focus on education, U.S. policy, responsible tourism, boycott and divestment.

Minnesota students walk out of class, call for gun control

Hundreds of students from Minnesota walked out of class and onto the Capitol steps in St. Paul to demand stricter gun laws. Waving signs and chanting "Enough is enough" and "Books not bullets," the students appealed to the Legislature to enact new gun-control measures and vowed to take their protest to the voting booth in November if lawmakers don't respond.

Columbine anniversary walkout for gun control

For the second time in about a month, hundreds of Minnesota students will walk out of their classrooms on Friday to push for stricter gun control measures - marking the 19th anniversary of the deadly Columbine High School shooting. Gallery: Cate Barnes, second from right, a junior at Avalon Charter School in St. Paul, chants with a sign that reads "I don't want to die" during the rally.

5 new collections of poetry with Minnesota ties for spring

Minnesota poets Michael Dennis Browne, Hieu Minh Nguyen and Dore Kiesselbach have new collections, as do Fady Joudah and Tarfia Faizullah, who have Minnesota publishers. Dore Kiesselbach's concise and unsettling collection "Albatross" limns a spectrum of traumas including car accidents, workplace shootings and terrorism.

Contrasting public safety funding bills advance

In some ways, the House and Senate take opposite approaches to their supplemental judiciary and public safety finance bills, both of which moved forward last week. Both chambers' leaders offered the division's committee chairs just over $7 million each to fill in budget gaps to the end of the biennium-far less, for instance, than the $100 million the Legislature plans to spend on transportation.

Opioid task force

Forest Lake resident Nicholas Warnke talks about his opioid addiction and the recovery process durinig a news conference at the Ramsey County Law Enforcement Center in St. Paul on Thursday, April 19, 2018 as, from left, Tracee Anderson, of the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge recovery organization, Ramsey County Sheriff Jack Serier and County Attorney John Choi look on. Ramsey County is partnering with the Minnesota Adult and Teen Challenge to raise awareness about the dangers of opioids.

Four finalists named for SCSU president post

St. Cloud State University president finalists Brian Johnson, Daniel Shipp, Dione Somerville and Robbyn Wacker will be on campus next week. Minnesota State names four finalists for SCSU president St. Cloud State University president finalists Brian Johnson, Daniel Shipp, Dione Somerville and Robbyn Wacker will be on campus next week.

Duluth woman pleads guilty to aiding an offender in murder of St. Paul copa s son

Tara Rai Baker did not serve as the getaway driver for a trio of suspects in the fatal shooting of Duluth college student William Grahek, her brother testified last week. But after learning of the botched robbery, Baker did give one of the men a ride home and later lied to investigators in an attempt to cover up their actions on Feb. 14, 2017.

Father charged with murder in death of 3-year-old western Minn. boy

Wilkin County prosecutors have charged with murder the father of a 3-year-old Breckenridge boy who died April 10, according to the Breckenridge Police Department. Tracy Norman Brant, 35, faces one count of felony murder, three counts of third-degree assault and two counts of malicious punishment of a child.

Workshopa "Bridging Divides: What to Do When People Disagree

The League of Minnesota Cities is partnering with several state and local government organizations to co-sponsor this event, as listed at the bottom of this page. As a city leader, there are times when you work with people who have different perspectives, values, and goals.

In the Hopper: Indigenous women; guardians ad litem

Rep. Mary Kunesh-Podein, DFL-New Brighton , embraces St. Paul resident Mysti Babineau after Babineau gave wrenchingly personal testimony before the House Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance Committee on April 11. Kunesh-Podein has authored a bill to launch a task force to study the issue of missing and murdered indigenous women in Minnesota.

Governor skeptical about vet home proposal

Joe Vene, former Beltrami County Commissioner and U.S. Army Veteran, speaks at a House GOP press conference on Wednesday, April 18, in St. Paul about a bill to fund a veterans home in Bemidji, as well as in Preston and Montevideo. Scotty Allison, Beltrami County Veteran Services Officer, is on the left.

New St. Paul coffee shop is also a restaurant. And a cocktail bar. And it works.

Colin Jarvis, lead barista at Hodges Bend, changes the vinyl record playing at Hodges Bend, a coffee shop that is also a restaurant and a cocktail bar on University Avenue in St. Paul, on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. There's a new coffee shop that is also a restaurant and a cocktail bar on University Avenue in St. Paul, just across the border from that other city.

Toast popping up all over

The cured salmon tartine with creme fraiche, quail egg, salmon roe and pickles on rye toast is served during breakfast for $14 at Salty Tart in the old Heartland building at 589 E. Fifth St.t in St. Paul. The restaurant open for breakfast and lunch every day is run by Michelle Gayer, owner and chef.

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