About 30 Occupy Wall Street protesters interrupted the Congresswoman's speech on foreign policy. They chanted and yelled for several minutes, forcing Bachmann to leave the stage.
2 killed after vehicle crosses center line near Silver Lake
A toddler in the vehicle survived the crash.
WCCO-TV launching new newscast, adds North Carolina anchor, meteorologist
The new newscast will debut on Labor Day.
The answer to winter woes: St. Paul's upcoming Palm Springs-style supper club
Take a first look at inside the menu at The Apostle Supper Club.
Guilty plea: Ex-Mayo Clinic researcher tried to fly to Syria and fight for ISIS
Muhammad Masood, 30, pleaded guilty to attempting to provide material support to a designated foreign terrorist organization in U.S. District Court Tuesday.
Man says he was pistol-whipped, robbed at gunpoint by trio
The incident allegedly happened in Brooklyn Park early Friday morning.
Is the State Fair heatwave real, or an urban legend?
Sven Sundgaard checks the data behind the notion that the State Fair is Minnesota's 'last summer hurrah.'
Investigation after inmate found dead in cell at Stillwater prison
Drug paraphernalia was found by officers inside the cell.
Focus is on family fitness at this year’s Twin Cities Marathon
Don’t miss out on the running, racing and all the fun things to do for the whole family
DNR addresses State Fair controversy: Is it the 'fish' or 'fishes' pond?
Grammar lesson on a stick.
Family's tributes to mother killed by partner in St. Paul murder-suicide
The 30-year-old was killed by her partner, who then killed himself.
Eagan man killed after crashing into traffic signal
The 30-year-old crashed into a traffic light early Wednesday morning.
Hecklers disrupt Michele Bachmann's campaign stop in Iowa City
A group of protesters, and one man dressed in a costume who called himself the "gay robot professor," heckled and chanted when Michele Bachmann rolled into the Hamburg Inn in Iowa City. Campaign officials reportedly cranked up the holiday music in an attempt to drown out the protesters, and things got a little bit heated between bystanders and hecklers.
Ellison voices his support for Wall Street protesters
In a statement, Ellison said he’s been inspired by the growing movement. A Minnesota branch of the Occupy Wall Street movement plans to occupy Government Plaza in downtown Minneapolis on Friday.
Law enforcement agencies prepare for Wall Street-like protest in Minneapolis
The demonstration is expected to be similar to the Occupy Wall Street protest in New York -- which calls for the end of corporate greed. Organizers of the protest say they're planning for a long-term occupation of Government Plaza in front of the Hennepin County Government Center.
Wall Street protests continue, despite smaller crowd
It was Day Two Saturday of OccupyMN -- a protest that condemns Wall Street corporate power and lobbyists' influence over government. About 300 protesters filled the Hennepin County Government Center plaza by late afternoon.
Bachmann: U.S. losing ability to identify 'our radical Islamist enemy'
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., on Friday accused President Obama of ordering U.S. security agencies to "be brainwashed in political correctness toward Islam." She slammed Obama as "the most dangerous American president we have ever had on foreign policy."
Bachmann still not revealing future political plans
Michele Bachmann's speech at an anti-abortion rally in St. Paul marked her first public appearance since the end of her presidential campaign. The Republican Congresswoman called for the repeal of Roe vs. Wade, but would not say whether she plans to run for re-election to her House seat.
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