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A retiring Grand Rapids judge has received statewide honors.Ninth Judicial District Judge Lois Lang was named recipient of the 2018 Trial Judge of the Year Award from the Minnesota Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates on July 25 in St. Paul"Minnesota ABOTA recognized the judge for her contributions,... [Read More]
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A 59-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder after his wife was found dead Saturday morning in St. Paul, Minnesota. [Read More]
Twin foundations respond to donors who want impact. [Read More]
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While delivering beer in St. Paul, Minnesota, Kwame Anderson and Jason Gabel became heroes. The pair managed to save a suicidal man's life by channeling Denzel Washington, and by offering up a dozen Coors Light. [Read More]
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William James Hughes, 43, was shot numerous times by officers Matthew Jones and Vincent Adams outside his apartment in St Paul, Minnesota, as he raised his gun towards the ceiling of his front porch. [Read More]
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A pair of beer-truck drivers used their cargo to help save a man's life in St. Paul, Minnesota on August 15. [Read More]
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Kwame Anderson and Jason Gabel talked a suicidal man off a bridge using a pack of Coors Light in St Paul, Minnesota. [Read More]
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Todd Walker meets with some of the dancers from IndiaFest, which kicks off at the Capitol in St. Paul, Minnesota. [Read More]
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Two delivery men saved a man's life by offering him a beer in St. Paul, Minnesota on Wednesday... [Read More]
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Beer deliverymen Kwame Anderson and Jason Gaebel are being hailed as heroes after talking a suicidal man off an overpass by offering him a 12-pack of Coors Light. What happened? Gaebel and Anderson spotted the man clinging to the opposite side of a chain-link fence on a bridge over Interstate 94 in St. Paul, Minnesota. As they approached in their beer truck, Anderson filmed with his phone while Gaebel, who was driving, asked the man, "Bro, you all right? Come on this side, bro." The man responded, "I am going to commit suicide. Watch... [Read More]
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Jason Gaebel and Kwame Anderson had just delivered beer to a sports bar and decided to take a different route back. The two were crossing a bridge over Interstate 94 in St. Paul, Minnesota, when they spotted a man on the ledge. Gaebel began talking to the man, who said he was going to take his own life. The deliverymen called 911. Channeling Denzel Washington in the movie "Inside Man," Anderson decided to become a negotiator. With the lure of a 12-pack of Coors Light beer, Anderson was able to persuade th... [Read More]
Dos repartidores de cerveza en Minnesota evitaron que un hombre se suicidara brincando de un puente en una carretera en St. Paul al ofrecerle una Coors Light, informó la policía. Jason Gable y Kwame Anderson conducían el camión la mañana del miércoles cuando vieron a un hombre aferrado a la parte externa de la cerca del puente y le preguntaron si estaba bien, informaron las autoridades. [Read More]
Purcell, William Patrick "Bill" Bill Purcell was born October 25, 1953, in St. Paul, Minnesota, and passed away August 9, 2018 in Mission Viejo, California. He resided in Trabuco Canyon, CA. Bill worked for 43 years in the energy field, most recently as Director of Commercial and Marine Operations at Sempra LNG (developing terminals for liquefied natural gas). Survived by wife Suwattana Purcell; son Nate Purcell and his wife Ashley; son Nick Purcell; grandson Nash William Purcell; niece Neeny Phakdeetham; step-mother Katie Purcell; brother John Purcell (Jean- ette); sisters Peggy Kvam (Bruce), Jane Purcell (David Martin), Anne Engdahl (Steve),... [Read More]
It was an ordinary Tuesday afternoon in St. Paul, Minnesota - until one of the bus passengers went into labor. [Read More]
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Los demócratas abrazaron la diversidad el martes en una noche de primarias marcada por las novedades, mientras los republicanos de Minnesota rechazaron a un miembro de la vieja guardia del partido en favor de un recién llegado en ascenso alineado con el presidente, Donald Trump. En Vermont, los demócratas respaldaron a la primera mujer transexual que optará al cargo de gobernadora, Christine Hallquist; en Minnesota a Ilhan Omar, que podría ser la primera somalí-estadounidense del Congreso, y en Connecticut nominaron a Jahana Hayes, quien podría convertirse en la primera mujer afroestadounidense en el Congreso estatal. [Read More]
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