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Archbishop Flynn Resigns From St. Thomas Trustees

The retired Archbishop of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Harry Flynn, has resigned as chairman of the University of St. Thomas Board of Trustees.

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Lt. Matt Nelson prepares the helicopter before flight. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Lt. Matt Nelson prepares the helicopter before flight. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Everyday Heroes: Minnesota State Patrol Aviation Unit [VIDEO]

Everyday Heroes -- A new WJON weekly series spotlighting those who put their life on the line everyday to keep our communities safe. This week's story features the Minnesota State Patrol Aviation Unit.

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St. Paul Businesses Welcome End of NHL Lockout

Downtown St. Paul businesses that cater to Minnesota Wild fans are celebrating the tentative pact to end the NHL lockout. Business has been way down at several establishments near the Xcel Energy Center, including Sakura, a sushi restaurant popular with fans and players alike.

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Macy's Reports Strong Quarterly Earnings
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St. Paul Mayor Says Closing of Macy’s Provides ‘Opportunity’

The mayor of St. Paul says city planners are already working on potential reuses for the downtown Macy's store. The department store chain said Thursday it will close six underperforming stores this spring, including the St. Paul location, which employs about 150.

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Minnesota Hosts Sweden’s King and Queen [PHOTOS]

Gov. Mark Dayton is hosting royalty at the governor's residence in St. Paul on Saturday.

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Organizers Planning ‘Occupy St. Paul’ Movement

Organizers are now planning to bring the anti-Wall Street movement to St. Paul.

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Vikings Stadium plans for Arden Hills
A cutaway of the Minnesota Vikings plans for a new retractable roof stadium in Arden Hills. (Minnesota Vikings photo)
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St. Paul Officials Oppose Ramsey-Vikings Stadium Plan

The proposal to build a new Minnesota Vikings stadium in Ramsey County is running into stiff opposition from elected officials in its largest city. Six of seven St. Paul City Council members oppose a proposed half-cent county sales tax to help fund construction of a stadium in Arden Hills.

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St. Paul Prepared For Wednesday River Crest

The Mississippi River at St. Paul is predicted to crest at 19.2 feet on Wednesday, but city officials say they are prepared. The river is at what is considered major flood stage, but all the city's protective measures are in place up to 23 feet.

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Mississippi River Rising In Downtown St. Paul

The Mississippi River is starting to cover Harriet Island near downtown St. Paul. The river has risen about five feet in the past three days to just under 18 feet in St. Paul on Sunday.

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St. Paul police arrest man in woman’s death

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — St. Paul police have arrested a 53-year-old man in the death of a woman whose body was found in his apartment.

Officers were called to the apartment building about 6:40 a

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