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About: saint paul, minnesota

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 Courier
Local Sports Teams: Minnesota Wild (NHL), Minnesota Vikings (NFL), Minnesota Twins (MLB), Minnesota Timber Wolves (NBA)
Local Colleges: State UniversityConcordia University

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St. Paul News
Deborah Wexler: Stop the next outbreak before it starts

"University of Minnesota student diagnosed with measles." "Officials Urge Vaccination as Measles Cases Grow."

New Metro Transit signs aim to discourage St. Paul skyway loitering

New signs in a block-long section of downtown St. Paul's skyway system encourage passers-by to "keep moving." Metro Transit officials posted the signs -- six of them -- late Wednesday night in the stretch of skyway that crosses over the Green Line's Central Station at Fifth and Cedar streets, agency spokesman Howie Padilla said.

Could we get a grant to lure the BBC to the American Midwest? Granted, we'd likely need one

"Sunday nights on PBS seem to favor names that start with 'Grant': the Earl of Grantham in 'Downton Abbey,' and the new 'Masterpiece Mystery' series, 'Grantchester.' "Now that the season is over for 'Downton,' maybe we could persuade the BBC to produce a series set somewhere around here.

At St. Paul bar, it's Musical Chairs for grownups

Amsterdam, the new bar/restaurant and music venue at Sixth and Wabasha streets in downtown St. Paul. The event, scheduled at the Amsterdam Bar & Hall, is a fundraiser for the Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute, a St. Paul nonprofit that provides after-school homework help, tutoring, field trips and creative-writing workshops for students.

Lil Boosie -- Fan Learns the Hard Way ... Don't Try to Jump on the Stage

This public service message about trying to jump up onstage at a Lil Boosie concert is brought to you by his security team and the letters G, T, F and O . An excited fan hell-bent on getting onstage with rapper Lil Boosie finally got his wish, but it only lasted a few seconds ... because the guy was quickly smacked back into the crowd.

Attorney: 'American Sniper' defamation verdict should be thrown out

ST. PAUL, Minnesota - An attorney representing the widow of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle claims both a judge and jury made mistakes that led to a $1.8 million defamation verdict in favor of former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura. In a brief filed Wednesday, Taya Kyle's lawyer says the verdict contradicted evidence, violated the First Amendment and should be overturned by the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Iranian special operatives free diplomat abducted in Yemen

Iran's official news agency says that special operatives have freed an Iranian diplomat abducted more than 19 months ago in Yemen. IRNA quotes deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdolahian as saying the intelligence officers carried out a "difficult and complicated operation" to secure the freedom of Nour Ahmad Nikbakhat from the "hands of terrorists."

Faucet theft from German spy building causes water leak

Police say someone removed faucets from the still-incomplete headquarters of Germany's foreign intelligence service in Berlin, causing a large water leak. Police spokesman Michael Merkle said officials were alerted to the theft at the sprawling site on Tuesday.

5 arrested in robbery of Juarez-bound bus where woman was raped

Mexican federal highway police and police in Fresnillo, Zacatecas, on Sunday arrested three men and two woman suspected in the robbery, according to Mexican news reports. The group allegedly belongs to the Gulf Cartel.

Death toll in east Ukraine mine blast reaches 32

Officials in a separatist rebel-held city in east Ukraine say the death toll from an accidental explosion at a coal mine has risen to 32. The blast occurred before dawn Wednesday more than 1,000 meters underground at the Zasyadko mine in Donetsk, where bitter fighting has raged for almost a year between Russian-backed rebels and Ukrainian forces. Zasyadko mine has a history of deadly accidents, including one in November 2007 that killed 101 workers, and two more the following month that killed a total of 57. BERLIN - Police say someone removed faucets from the still-incomplete headquarters of Germany's foreign intelligence service in Berlin, causing a large water leak.

State Rep. Rick Hansen's questioning draws apology demand

The Coalition of Greater Minnesota Cities demands an apology from a east metro lawmaker after he appeared critical of the group last week during a House committee hearing. However, Democratic-Farmer-Labor Rep. Rick Hansen of South St. Paul said Wednesday that what the coalition considered harsh questioning was part of his ongoing attempt to change the Capitol culture of giving special interest groups power.

Bars can keep live outdoor music going late for St. Pat's

In and around downtown St. Paul, bars hosting live music in outdoor tents and stages will have to pull the plug on their St. Patrick's Day shows a couple hours before midnight. On Wednesday, the St. Paul City Council approved a series of noise variances submitted by establishments that tend to embrace their Irish roots and party heartily every March 17, which falls on a Tuesday this year.

Raises replace promotion rights for St. Paul workers

More than 400 St. Paul city employees will receive a 1 percent pay raise -- totaling $225,000 a year -- in exchange for giving up their promotion rights following a recent ruling by the state Veterans Affairs Department. The resolution relates to an October ruling by the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs that states the city's hiring practices were in conflict with a state law mandating that honorably discharged veterans be eligible for civil service points to be added to their job applications, provided they've already obtained a passing grade on their hiring exam.

Man Shot Twice In St. Paul; Police Searching For Gunman

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St. Paul's SubText bookstore to move downtown

Sue Zumberge, owner of Subtext bookstore on Selby Avenue in St. Paul, poses in front of the shelves Oct. 7, 2014. Downtown St. Paul will welcome its first full-service independent bookstore in more than a decade when Sue Zumberge moves SubText bookstore from Cathedral Hill to the St. Paul Building at 6 W. Fifth St. St. Paul's last downtown bookstore, Lee's Books on Wabasha Street, closed in 2007.

Roseville woman catches burglar on camera via phone, charges say

A house burglar in Roseville was caught thanks to a smartphone application, according to a criminal complaint filed Wednesday in Ramsey County District Court. Roseville police got a call Tuesday of a burglary in progress in the 1400 block of Glen Hill Road, the complaint said.

MN Supreme Court says Rochester man must wait

ST. PAUL, Minn. - A Rochester man will have his appeal heard by the Minnesota Supreme Court, but first he'll have to wait for the ruling in another case.