Saint Paul's New Garbage and Recycling Collection Services Coming Soon: What Residents Need to Know
Mayor Carter has announced a new phase of garbage and recycling collection in Saint Paul, Minnesota. The new recycling service will start in November 2024, with new garbage collection services beginning in April 2025. FCC Environmental will handle garbage and multi-unit recycling collection, while Neighborhood Recycling Corporation will manage single-unit recycling. These services will replace the current contracts, serving over 65,000 households and around 128,000 residential units.
St. Paul man started fire at ex-girlfriend’s sister’s house: Charges
ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) - A St. Paul man has been charged after he allegedly started a fire at his ex-girlfriend’s sister’s house while there were four juveniles inside. According to court documents, Jeffery Scott Brady II, 37, was charged with one count of first-degree arson. On...
Uh Oh: These are the 25 Most Dangerous Cities in Minnesota
The research team at CrimeDate.io used the FBI's National Incident-Based Reporting System to determine which cities in Minnesota are the most dangerous.
St. Paul leaders renew renter rights effort
ST PAUL, Minn. — City leaders will take a second crack at a fair housing ordinance to protect renters' rights, to replace one that was taken down by the courts previously. The new ordinance would go beyond the city's current code enforcement rules for building upkeep. The announcement came...
Man dies after being found shot in parked vehicle in Minneapolis
The shooting occurred on the 3900 block of Sheridan Avenue North Thursday afternoon.
North Shore Baker Shoots Her Shot With Matt Rife Cookies
Matt Rife has arrived in Minnesota for his slate of shows and is currently up along the North Shore. A baker from Virginia decided to shoot her shot and made special custom Matt Rife cookies that were going to try to make it backstage to the comedian. I sent a...
Man rescued after falling through Minneapolis lake 100 feet from shore, officials say
MINNEAPOLIS — Three first responders risked their lives to save a man who fell through lake ice in Minneapolis Thursday evening, city officials said. Police officers and paramedics responded at around 7:42 p.m. to the northwest side of Lake of the Isles. There, a 36-year-old man had fallen through the ice about 100 feet from shore. Officials say the man was submerged up to his neck and yelling for help. Three officers — two with the Minneapolis Police Department and another with Minneapolis Park Police — pulled the man from the ice in a rescue that took about six...
Minnesota Restaurant Crowned 'Best Diner' In The Entire State
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A Bar of Their Own
(ABC 6 News) – A first of its kind bar Minnesota is kicking off Women’s History Month by welcoming its first customers on their opening day. A Bar of Their Own opened their doors in Minneapolis and it will exclusively air women’s sports on their televisions. The...
Debate Ignites Over Surprisingly Young Ages of Suspects in Recent Weekend Robberies
audacy.com - 02/26/2024 06:10:48 PM. A series of armed robberies in Minneapolis involving shockingly young suspects, including a 12-year-old, has raised police concerns. Police Chief Brian O'Hara highlighted the difficulty in charging juveniles for serious crimes due to issues within the corrections system. This follows another string of robberies involving juveniles earlier in February.
18-year-old charged with 9 counts of attempted murder
Minneapolis Police arrested and charged a young man Wednesday for his alleged involvement in a mass shooting that injured nine people in Uptown in Aug. 2023. According to a criminal complaint, on Aug. 20 a vehicle drove up to the intersection of East Franklin and Chicago Avenue where a crowd of people had gathered and were playing dice. Witnesses say two men got out of the car - one holding a pistol, the other a fully automatic rifle - and fired 42 rounds, hitting at least nine people. Four of the victims were juveniles, while another was a grandmother who was there with her 8-year-old granddaughter.
Minneapolis Firefighters Swiftly Contain Encampment Blaze, Avert Explosion Danger
Firefighters from the Minneapolis Fire Department leaped into action today as flames tore through a local encampment, located on the 1100 block of East 28th Street just around noon. Teams on the ground faced a perilous situation as they found themselves battling a blaze amidst a minefield of propane cylinders that, if compromised, could have escalated the emergency to catastrophic levels.
St. Paul fire victim believed to have been smoking while using oxygen
Authorities say the resident has died from injuries sustained in the Feb. 18 fire.
14 protestors cited for trespassing at temporary governor's residence in St. Paul
(St. Paul, MN) -- Officials say 14 protesters were cited for trespassing after they scaled a fence outside of Governor Tim Walz temporary residence in St. Paul. Close to 100 people gathered outside the Eastcliff mansion, where a pro-Palestinian group was holding a protest. Demonstrators were demanding that state pension...
Stolen Vehicle Eludes Brooklyn Center Police in High-Speed Midnight Chase
A high-speed chase in the dead of night ended abruptly as police lost track of a stolen vehicle racing through Brooklyn Center into Brooklyn Park. Local officers first laid eyes on a black Kia sedan speeding without lights on Brooklyn Boulevard at around 3:32 A.M., on February 29, according to a statement obtained by tip411.
Two of America’s Most Fit Cities Are in Minnesota
Health and fitness can mean different things to different people, but according to the American College of Sports Medicine, these two Minnesota cities are among the most fit in the U.S. The ACSM American Fitness Index highlights the health and health habits of communities across the United States. It provides...
DNR announces additions to catch-and-release record fish program
Until now, only four species of fish were included in the program, but starting March 1, another 18 species are eligible for the catch-and-release records.
Missing Houston Toddler Found in Minneapolis, Mother Arrested on Endangerment Charges
The month-long search for a missing Houston toddler has ended with the child found in Minnesota and his mother under arrest. One-year-old Noah Mi'aani Jah-sae Johnson, the subject of a widespread Amber Alert, was located safe in Minneapolis according to the Harris County Precinct 8 Constable's Office Facebook page. The...
Crime in West St. Paul: It’s a Mixed Bag
Thanks to Turbo Tim’s Anything Automotive for their support. Turbo Tim’s is pleased to join the West St. Paul community! Our goal here is to be a positive presence for all, not just car owners!. Despite inflammatory headlines and politicians, violent crime in St. Paul and Minneapolis was...