Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson is throwing his support to Ron Paul's campaign. Sorenson had served as Bachmann's Iowa campaign chair for about a year and had appeared with Bachmann just hours before making his surprise announcement switching his allegiance.
Alabama replaces Toby Keith as headliner at MN music festival
The Lakefront Music Festival is set to take place in Prior Lake on July 8-9.
2-year-old who died in Maple Grove crash identified
The crash happened last Thursday on County Road 81 in Maple Grove.
Shooting inside Oakdale movie theater: Suspect on the run
A 23-year-old was shot while inside theater 17 around 10 p.m.
Movie filming brings memorable day for MN teen with leukemia
Ayotzin Limon-Millard was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia last year.
Police trying to ID 'Playboy bandit' and 'no-pants raider' suspect
Police are calling the unidentified man "the Playboy bandit" and the "no-pants raider."
Twin Cities under severe thunderstorm watch Tuesday afternoon
Large hail and damaging winds are the main threats.
Famous Dave's family brings new BBQ biz to the south metro
The newest Twin Cities location is the first to offer wine slushies on the menu.
Large hail possible with strong storms in eastern MN, WI
Watch the forecast update with meteorologist Sven Sundgaard.
WI governor vows to protect anyone charged with abortion crimes
“You think it’s bad now? The four Republicans that are going after me, one of them we’re going to beat, they are going to make it worse," Evers said.
Sports anchor Hobie Artigue announces FOX9 departure
Artigue has spent the past seven years covering Minnesota sports.
Michele Bachmann's 'bitter and bizarre' home stretch to the Iowa Caucus
Two top Iowa campaign aides gone, claims of a campaign payoff, and invoking a former British Prime Minister. Michele Bachmann limps toward Tuesday's Iowa Caucus.
Bachmann still haunted by Iowa presidential campaign
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., dropped out of the presidential race and moved on to her re-election campaign months ago, but her most recent filing with the Federal Election Commission indicates her presidential campaign still owes $935,000 to vendors. And a former aide on the campaign is suing the congresswoman, alleging that the campaign stole a private email list of Christian home school teachers.
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.
Report: Pro-Bachmann Super PAC defects to rival Mitt Romney
The Daily is reporting that Citizens for a Working America, which had said it would back Michele Bachmann, recently made a $475,000 ad buy in Iowa on behalf of rival Mitt Romney, according to an FEC filing on Wednesday. The news site quotes an anonymous insider who confirms the ad supports Romney and mentions no other candidate.
You Can Get BMTN Special Offers!