Perhaps feeling pressure from the low poll numbers, Michele Bachmann is shifting strategy a bit with a strong, direct pitch to religious conservatives.
Workers at Minneapolis Trader Joe's become 2nd in nation to unionize
The vote was certified by the National Labor Relations Board Friday.
Woman killed by suspected drunk-driver in St. Louis County
The crash occurred on Highway 21 in Embarrass Township Friday night.
2 ejected, 1 killed in crash that closed southbound I-35
The State Patrol says neither were wearing seat belts.
Best Buy makes job cuts weeks after warning of soft sales
The Richfield retailer has been dealing with a shift in consumer trends.
Man makes 'vague comments' about Jewish people, smashes own car with club
It happened at a course that was founded as a Jewish country club 100 years ago.
Suspect of home invasion, murder in Minneapolis arrested in Wisconsin
There have been 57 deaths reported as homicides in Minneapolis this year.
Charges: Man stole handgun from house, fired at motorcyclists from car
A chaotic scene that led to a police chase unfolded after an alleged burglary in Ham Lake.
BCA's Uniform Crime Report shows violent crime in MN spiked in 2021
The report details violent crime trends in the seven-county metro and Greater Minnesota.
Search for vulnerable man, 66, missing from Brooklyn Park
Alex Ramirez was last seen in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Bachmann falls in Iowa, campaign manager leaves exit possiblity open
The tight race at the top of the ticket will have no bearing on the Iowa Caucus results for Michele Bachmann. After taking the Iowa Straw Poll in August, Bachmann returned to Iowa to finish in sixth place. When asked by the Associated Press whether she would continue on her campaign manager said 'I don't know yet.'
Bachmann's former campaign chief says she won't make it past Iowa
Ed Rollins tells MSNBC that Michele Bachmann doesn't have the "ability or the resources" to make it past Iowa in the presidential race.
Bachmann campaign disputes reports that entire New Hampshire staff quit
A spokeswoman for Michele Bachmann says the presidential campaign has received no word that its New Hampshire staff members have quit. But reports persist that some - or all - of Bachmann's staff in that state is resigning.
In CNN appearance, Bachmann denies campaign is struggling
Bachmann says all campaigns have their ups and downs. She spoke to the "State of the Union" show from New Hampshire, where the latest poll shows she is supported by two percent of Republicans.
Bachmann on former campaign chief: 'I should have done that Google search'
Michele Bachmann has taken some flack in the press from none other than her former campaign manager, Ed Rollins. When reporters pointed out that Rollins has had a history of sharp remarks about his former employers, Bachmann responded: “I guess I should have done that Google search."
Bachmann picks Kroll to run Congressional seat race
Michele Bachmann hired Chase Kroll to head her 2012 Congressional district campaign. Kroll directed Bachmann's 2010 battle and worked on her 2008 campaign. He replaces long-time Bachmann staffer Andy Parrish, who stepped down last week.
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