Last fall, 24/7 Wall Street identified St. Cloud as the worst city in Minnesota. But just 8 months later it's saying that the worst is actually St. Paul.
The data publication, which is part of USA Today, published a list this week identifying the worst city in each state based on consideration of 25 factors.
For Minnesota, it identified the state's capital city as the lowest of the low.
That's St. Paul, home to the State Capitol building, the MinnesotaStateFair, the Science Museum of Minnesota, Mickey's Diner, Como Park, Grand Old Days, and acclaimed restaurants including Meritage, Mucci's Italian, and Octo Fishbar.
That's not to mention the two best-looking stadiums in Minnesota: Allianz Field and CHS Field.
And don't forget Izzy's, Xcel Energy Center which is a phenomenal spot for hockey and concerts, the St. Paul Hotel, etc.