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23 Arrested in St. Paul Domestic Violence Sweep

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Federal and local authorities have arrested 23 people in Ramsey County in an annual crackdown on domestic violence suspects.
    

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St. Paul Nonprofit Hands out PCs to Help Low-Income Families

Some St. Paul families have new computers thanks to generous Minnesotans.

PCs for People handed out the 150 computers to low-income families at Jackson Preparatory School.

The nonprofit receives the computers from businesses, fixes them up and hands them out.

St. Paul Charter School Leaders Speak out Over 3 Separate Investigations

The Community School of Excellence (CSE) faces three separate investigations into alleged wrongdoing and school leaders are now defending their actions. The federal government wants to know if CSE over reported the number of students eating school lunches in order to receive more federal money.

American Burger Bar in St. Paul Damaged by Fire

It could be a while before a downtown St. Paul restaurant re-opens after a fire on Wednesday.

Crews were called to American Burger Bar where the fire department says an older gas fireplace ignited the flames.

The fire chief says the restaurant mostly has smoke and water damage, and the sprinklers kept the fire from becoming much worse.

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Group of Businesses Addressing Parking Issues Along University Avenue

Which would you rather have when it comes to University Avenue in St. Paul: better flow or better parking?

A survey  asking that question is up online for the public to answer. The group Business Resources Collaborative wants to get the opinions of those who live and work around the Green Line.

School Administrator Plans to Travel to West Africa After Father Contracts Ebola

A St. Paul mother and school administrator is planning to leave her two young children and risk traveling to West Africa.

Mariama Kpaka-Sengita recently learned her father has contracted Ebola in her home country of Sierra Leone. The 31-year-old lives in St. Paul and works as a positive behavior coach with the St. Paul School District.

3 Men Charged in Fatal 2012 Shooting in St. Paul

A grand jury has indicted three men in the fatal drive-by shooting of a 56-year-old man in his St. Paul home in March 2012.

Juan Martinez and Desean Thomas were indicted on a number of charges, including first-degree murder. Ramone Smaller was indicted on two counts of aiding an offender-accomplice after the fact.