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Lane Closures Thursday Night on I-35E in St. Paul

Starting Thursday night at 7, drivers may experience some delays along Interstate 35E in St. Paul.

The Minnesota Department of Transporation is closing the left lane of northbound I-35E between Interstate 94 and Maryland Avenue. The lane will reopen Friday by 5 a.m. At that time, the ramp from westbound I-94 to northbound I-35E will reopen.

Police: Suspect Threw Rocks, Refused to Back Away from Officers

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The St. Paul Police Department is investigating an officer-involved shooting Thursday morning.

Police confirm that the officer was not injured, and the suspect is dead. The shooting reportedly happened around 7 a.m. outside of a Holiday gas station near Wabasha Street and Plato Boulevard.

INTERVIEW: St. Paul Saints to Play Final Games at Midway

It's the end of an era of sorts for baseball in the Twin Cities. The St. Paul Saints are preparing for their final games at Midway Stadium.

The 33-year-old ballpark is set to be torn down next year, after the saints move to Lowertown Ballpark.

KSTP sat down with Tom Whaley, executive vice president of the team, to talk about the move and the final games.

Snail Lake Boat Launch Reopens after Removal of Aquatic Vegetation

The boat launch at Snail Lake in Vadnais-Snail Lakes Regional Park is expected to reopen Thursday afternoon, Ramsey County officials said.

County officials say all equipment should be removed from the launch and parking areas by about noon.

The launch had been closed to the public since Monday as crews worked to clean up the lake.

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Seniors Celebrated at Minnesota State Fair on Thursday

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It’s Seniors Day at the Minnesota State Fair! Visitors 65-years-old and older can get in for $8, and special activities and information will be available at the 4-H building.

Public Memorial Held Thursday for Victim of Arden Hills Gas Station Shooting

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A public memorial will be held Thursday for a man killed outside a Holiday gas station in Arden Hills earlier this month.

St. Paul Council Approves Lease Dispute Settlement

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The city of St. Paul will pay the operators of a cafe in a city-owned pavilion $800,000 to settle a lease dispute.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports reluctant council members voted 5-1 on Wednesday to pay the owners of Black Bear Crossing at Como Lakeside Pavilion one of the largest legal settlements in the city's history.