Friday, August 22, 2014

St. Paul Man Charged in Drive-by Shooting in West St. Paul


St. Paul Man Charged in Drive-by Shooting in West St. Paul


A St. Paul man is charged with four felonies in a West St. Paul drive-by shooting involving a man who reportedly had an affair with the shooter's girlfriend, according to court documents filed in Dakota County. Jorge Roman Vasquez, 35, was charged with ...


Counting down the top 10 offensive performances from 2013: St. Paul's receiver Mitch Brumfield steps in at No. 3 against Jesuit


Defense may win championships, but let's face it: offense sure is fun to watch. As coaches, players and fans count down the final days to the 2014 season opener, we take a quick look back at the best of the best from 2013. During the next week, NOLA.com ...


St. Paul Man Charged For Shooting Romantic Rival


MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A St. Paul man faces attempted murder charges in connection with a drive-by shooting on Monday afternoon in West St. Paul, according to the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office. Jorge Roman Vasquez, 35, was charged Thursday with first ...


St. Paul artist plans half-mile community banquet


ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A St. Paul visual artist is planning a banquet for 2,000 to educate people and foster conversations about healthier food options in a neighborhood where choices are limited. Seitu Jones will set up a-half mile long table in the ...


After brief revival, St. Paul's Jerabek's bakery closes again


The century-old Jerabek's New Bohemian bakery in St. Paul, which closed last fall only to lurch back to life weeks later, shut it doors again Monday. Eater Minneapolis has a post on the shutdown, noting that new managers brought in late last year weren't ...


Green line needs green lights in St. Paul


Unnecessarily slow service wastes money, harms connections. Riders on the Green Line deserve faster, more reliable service than the city of St. Paul has so far allowed. Since the line opened on June 14, trains have displayed a pokey indifference at getting ...


St. Paul Ballet growin by small leaps


Aug. 21--The growth of St. Paul Ballet is a story of small leaps. A little more than a year ago, the company and school faced debt and considered cutting back on performances and even closing its doors. It reorganized as an artist-led organization, with ...


St. Paul's Rival House puts together a winning combination


Sports bars are a dime a dozen, and the menu is often as lackluster as the decor. But at the new Rival House Sporting Parlour in the DoubleTree by Hilton in downtown St. Paul, neither is the case. Yes, there are TVs, all tuned to sporting events and sports ...



Search News