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ST. PAUL

This month, the Lower Phalen Creek Project will begin construction on a 9,000 square foot interpretive center near the entrance of the Bruce Vento Nature Sanctuary to welcome people back to Wakan Tipi and educate the public.
A true melting pot, East African restaurant in St. Paul finds popularity among all cultures, nationalities
St. Paul’s push to explore reparations for descendants of Black slaves and victims of discriminatory housing practices represents a newer type of push on the issue.
The police department plans to release the name of the man who was killed in the first shooting after the Ramsey County medical examiner’s office confirms his identity. His homicide was the 12th of the year in St. Paul.

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Putin was considered “one of the most genetically valuable Amur tigers” in a North American breeding program.
Some Republican lawmakers say their constituents are worried about going to the Twin Cities area because of a recent surge in carjackings and shootings, though Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party lawmakers and Gov. Tim Walz criticize that as election year fear mongering.
Fox returned to the wild after falling in window well of St. Paul cathedral
With a bit of free advertising help from Facebook and Airbnb, the family has turned grandma's, or "babcia's" house, into a way station of sorts for Ukrainian refugees on their way toward more permanent destinations in western Europe.
The Twin Cities implemented the requirements in public spaces of accommodation in January as the omicron variant flared in Minnesota.
The jury's closed-door discussions began shortly before 10 a.m. and ended at 5 p.m. Lunch was provided to them in the deliberation room so they were able to work without a break. The 12-person, all-white panel was expected to return for more discussions at 9 a.m. Thursday.

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Attorneys for prosecution, defense deliver closing arguments
Ex-cop Thomas Lane takes the stand in federal civil rights trial; closing arguments Tuesday
J. Alexander Kueng said he tried to act as a conduit between Chauvin and then-officer Thomas Lane, who asked repeatedly whether George Floyd should be turned on his side. Kueng, though, admitted he never asked Chauvin to turn Floyd over himself but echoed Chauvin’s response to “just leave him.”

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