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Passersby Rescue Woman, Baby from St. Paul Duplex Arson

A St. Paul duplex fire was ruled arson by officials. - Photo: KSTP/ Jason Hanson

St. Paul fire officials say a fire that destroyed a duplex Monday night was intentionally set.

The fire was reported around 7:40 p.m. at a two-story duplex located on the 1200 block of Albemarle Street.

St. Paul High School to Host Drum Competition, Fundraiser

The sound of music will be coming from a St. Paul high school football field on Wednesday night.

Harding High School is hosting a Drum and Bugle Corps Competition: A Knight of Music and Motion.

Hero Reunited with St. Paul Family he Helped Rescue from Arson

A man who helped save a mother and baby from a burning home was reunited with the grateful family on Tuesday.

The fire, which was started Monday night at a duplex located on the 1200 block of Albemarle Street, is believed to be arson.

Senate Office Building, Target of GOP, Moves Ahead

Minnesota finance officials plan to sell $85.3 million in bonds next week to pay for construction of a Senate office building that has become a political flash point.
    

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Plans for Former Seven Corners Hardware in St. Paul Revealed

Plans for an old St. Paul hardware store that sat for decades near Xcel Energy Center have been revealed.

The Opus Group bought Seven Corners Hardware on Seventh Street earlier this year. The company says it will develop a six-story mixed-use complex, including a hotel, retail space, town homes and market-rate apartment units.

New Brighton Officers Help Deliver Baby at Gas Station

A steady night on the job turned into a special memory for a group of New Brighton police officers.

The officers helped a woman deliver her baby boy in the car at a gas station parking lot Monday night.

Officer Troy Hyland says he responded to a call at Exxon/Circle K off Interstate 35W near County Road E2. He arrived to find a woman in labor.

Crews Battle St. Paul House Fire Overnight

Photo: KSTP-TV/Jeff Ganahl -

No injuries were reported after a fire broke out at a St. Paul house overnight.

St. Paul firefighters were called to the 600 block of Snelling Avenue North around 11 p.m. Monday. When they arrived, a fire was seen on the second floor and attic of the home.