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42 St. Paul Art Projects Win $1.4 Million

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A national nonprofit foundation has awarded nearly $1.4 million to 42 projects to boost public art in St. Paul.

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St. Paul Plans to Pay Man Bitten by Police Dog

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St. Paul officials plan to pay a $65,000 settlement to a man who says he was wrongfully bitten by a city police dog during a search for another person.

Roseville Residents Urged to Protect Themselves after Mail Thefts

Roseville residents are learning how to protect themselves after many reports of mail thefts.

The thefts have been happening over the past few weeks in the area around Snelling Avenue and County Road C.

Minnesota Somalis Condemn Islamic State Recruiting

Members of Minnesota's large Somali community are condemning the recruitment of youth by terrorist groups and urging collaboration to address the problem.

About 100 people attended a town hall meeting Sunday to denounce groups such as the Islamic State and al-Shabab, which together have recruited more than two dozen fighters from Minnesota.

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INTERVIEW: Memorial Service to Honor Fallen Minnesota Firefighters

This weekend is one of remembrance for Minnesota firefighters as they take time to honor and remember those who have died.

Since 1881, 213 Minnesota firefighters have died in the line of duty.

KSTP sat down with George Esbensen, president of the Minnesota Fire Service Foundation, to talk about Sunday's memorial at the Minnesota State Capitol.

Authorities: Ty Hoffman Played Slots with Dyed Money at Mystic Lake

Details surrounding a month-long manhunt for a suspected killer were released Friday by authorities in Ramsey County.

Lyle "Ty" Hoffman is accused of killing his ex-lover and business partner Kelly Phillips at an Arden Hills gas station on Aug. 11.

DNR: White Bear Lake, Lake Waconia Infested with Zebra Mussels

Two Twin Cities lakes are infested with zebra mussels, biologists confirmed Thursday.

Officials at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources say the discoveries in White Bear Lake and Lake Waconia were made after reports from the public.