St. Paul looks for money to fix its streets

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Katie Galioto from the Star Tribune reports on St. Paul is seeking money to repair its streets following a court ruling that left the city with a $15 million budget gap. Tuesday was the deadline for the city’s appeal to the May 2 ruling by Ramsey County District Court Judge Robert Awsumb. He ordered St. Paul not to assess individual property owners for routine upkeep on streets that border their land.

Albert Lea residents clean up after more 6 inches of rain caused serious damage Tuesday night, via WCCO.

The Associated Press’ Bill Strande reports that Peacebunny Foundation President Stephanie Smith has been charged with two felonies of animal cruelty, and torture. Police discovered 47 dead rabbits at Savage after a criminal complaint.

Kirsten Swanson, KSTP, has the story of Twin Cities Animal Care and Control officials looking for owners of dog that was lost over the Fourth of July.

Beginning this weekend, Metro Transit lightrail trains will operate in two car configurations, instead of three, via WCCO.

Jeff Wald of FOX9 reports that it’s official. The Minnesota Timberwolves have announced their trade with Rudy Gobert , the Utah Jazz center.

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