Former 8th District Congressman Jim Oberstar formally endorsed Rick Nolan Monday to unseat first-term GOP Rep. Chip Cravaack this fall. Nolan, the DFL-endorsed candidate, faces a primary in August against former state Sen. Tarryl Clark and former Duluth City Council President Jeff Anderson.
Ramen bar announced for upcoming Eat Street Crossing food hall
The restaurant roster is filling up at Eat Street Crossing.
Man dies after being shot during argument in Minneapolis
It's the 70th homicide in Minneapolis this year.
Minneapolis police, city employees clear out Near North encampment
This comes as colder weather moves through the state.
New T.J. Maxx to open in the Twin Cities this month
Opening day will kick off with extended hours.
Sports bar reduces hours, owners cite "pandemic of work ethic"
The owners shared the news on Facebook this week.
Former Hennepin County commissioner arrested for DWI
The 61-year-old was being held in Hennepin County Jail as of Thursday morning.
Electric carshare network showing growth in Twin Cities
Over 25,000 trips have been logged in a six-month span.
Low river levels bring cancellations for St. Paul-New Orleans Viking cruises
The low water also impacted some barge traffic making its way down the river.
Feds: Militia sympathizer had machine gun, grenade launcher in 'hidden room'
A confidential informant tipped off investigators.
Drought tightens grip as Twin Cities reaches 'extreme' level
By this time last year, drought was fading fast in Minnesota.
Bill Clinton endorses Tarryl Clark
Democrat Tarryl Clark is one of three DFL candidates looking to unseat GOP Congressman Chip Cravaack in Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District this fall. Former President Clinton wrote in a statement, "Tarryl's focus for almost 25 years has been improving Minnesota. I am confident she will bring the common sense solutions we need to Washington." Clark faces former Rep. Rick Nolan and former Duluth City Councilor Jeff Anderson in the Aug. 14 primary. Nolan is the DFL endorsed candidate.
3 DFLers vying for 8th District candidacy debate in Duluth
The three DFL candidates running for Minnesota's 8th Congressional District debated in Duluth Tuesday often found themselves agreeing on the same policy issues, so they tried to differentiate themselves based on style and experience instead. Tarryl Clark, Rick Nolan and Jeff Anderson will find out next Tuesday who the voters want to take on Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack.
DFL caucus-goers back Rick Nolan to challenge Cravaack in 8th District
Nolan, who served in Congress during the 1970's, hopes to challenge freshman Republican Chip Cravaack. On caucus night he bested fellow Democrats Jeff Anderson and Tarryl Clark. But the trio may be headed to a primary election.
Former Rep. Rick Nolan wins DFL's 8th District straw poll
Former Sen. Al Franken staffer Daniel Fanning received eight votes, while former state Sen. Tarryl Clark and Duluth City Councilmember Jeff Anderson received one each. The four Democrats are running to take on freshman Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack.
Cravaack's 3 potential DFL challengers exhaust funds fast
The race to become the DFL challenger who will try to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack this fall is proving to be costly for the parties involved. Campaign finance reports show Sen. Tarryl Clark has already spent more than three times the total she raised in the first 25 days in July, and Congressman Rick Nolan and former Duluth City Council Member Jeff Anderson have also spent more cash than they've taken in.
Democratic Campaign Committee makes first ad buy in 8th District race
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee released its first ad in Minnesota Saturday that targets Republican Rep. Chip Cravaack in the 8th District race for Congress -- a day after the National Republican Congressional Committee started running ads against Cravaack's opponent, former U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan.
Minn. DFL candidate asks opponents to watch 'The Campaign' with him
Minnesota District 8 DFL primary candidate Jeff Anderson has issued an interesting challenge to his opponents Rick Nolan and Tarryl Clark: he asked them to go to the political comedy "The Campaign" with him Friday night in Duluth. In the film, Will Ferrell stars as a clueless incumbent who faces a clueless challenger (Zach Galifianakis) for a congressional seat.
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