NATO and Jordan concluded talks on Tuesday, May 16, 2023, to help Jordan improve its border security. Held in Aqaba, Jordan, the three-day workshop helped to identify Jordanian maritime and counter-terrorism requirements and ways for NATO to improve the efficiency and sustainability of Jordan’s counter-terrorism capacity.
EDEN PRAIRIE— Eden Prairie officials gifted Heritage Preservation Award to Katie Qualey during a City Council Meeting yesterday for her dedication to the city and its story.
A former Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department Sergeant pleaded guilty today to violating the civil rights of an arrestee by using excessive force.
A federal grand jury in Charlotte, North Carolina, returned an indictment today charging a man with filing false individual tax returns and attempting to obstruct an IRS audit and criminal investigation.
SAINT PAUL— Due to the rising water levels of the Mississippi River, the City of Saint Paul, in coordination with Ramsey County, must keep a three-mile stretch of Shepard Road/Warner Road between Eagle Parkway and Highway 61 closed to vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian traffic.
The City of Plymouth is set to hold Superhero Spectacular – a new child-and-adult outing – 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 5 at the Plymouth Community Center, 14800 34th Ave. N.
SAINT PAUL— The City of Saint Paul, in coordination with Ramsey County, will close Shepard Road/Warner Road beginning Sunday, April 16, 2023 after 6 p.m. in anticipation of street flooding caused by rising water levels of the Mississippi River. A 3.2-mile stretch of Shepard Road/Warner Road, located along the north side of the Mississippi River along downtown Saint Paul, will be closed to vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between Eagle Parkway and Highway 61.
SAINT PAUL— The City of Saint Paul temporarily closed Water Street/Lilydale Road beginning Friday, April 14, 2023 starting at 2 p.m. in anticipation of local street flooding caused by rising water levels of the Mississippi River. Water Street, which is located along the south side of the Mississippi River in Saint Paul will be closed to vehicle, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between Hwy 13 and Plato Boulevard.
Superstar writer Mark Waid (“Superman: Birthright”) is reteaming with JLA Artist Bryan Hitch for a three-issue DC Black Label miniseries, “Superman: The Last Days of Lex Luthor.”
As part of the Prime Minister’s visit to Northern Ireland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Belfast Good Friday Agreement this week, he is expected to personally present six-year old Dáithí Mac Gabhann with his daily Points of Light award this morning.
Two men were sentenced yesterday for their participation in a COVID-19 fraud scheme, which involved fraudulent applications for $1.6 million in loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP).
An Indiana woman pleaded guilty in federal court last Friday in the District of Columbia to conspiring to file false tax returns and related charges.
An executive of the holding company that owns Privatbank IHAG pleaded guilty yesterday to conspiring to conceal over $60 million of undeclared assets held by wealthy American clients of the Swiss private bank.
A 31-year-old woman has been convicted of social housing tenancy fraud, a crime which deprives people in genuine need of council accommodation.
Perhaps you’ve heard or read somewhere that Minneapolis is “a ghost town” or that “it’s overrun.” Either way, there has been a lot of fussing about Minneapolis. Starting today, Meet Minneapolis invites travelers to “See What All the Fuss Is About” through its new tourism campaign.
SAINT PAUL — On March 15, 2023, the Saint Paul City Council approved using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding for the Ashland Apartments, a supportive housing development by RS EDEN for extremely low-income residents.