The Minnesota Congresswoman questioned the impartiality of the Donald and she's not alone. Five of the seven Republican presidential candidates invited declined. Only Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum agreed.
St. Paul man pleads guilty in illegal firearms conspiracy
One of the guns Gabriel Lee Young-Duncan obtained was used in a deadly St. Paul shooting last year.
Historic locomotives to roll into St. Paul for Train Days
The festival at the Union Depot returns June 4-5.
Tornadoes, large hail, damaging wind possible in Sunday/Monday storms
The Twin Cities is among the areas that could get hit.
Sunbather on the roof triggers shelter-in-place at Savage elementary school
The sunbather told police he was trying to "tan and relax."
The Raptor Center's ambassador, Nero the turkey vulture, dies at 47
Nero helped save the California condors before taking up his post as an education ambassador.
82-year-old Independence man dies in golf cart accident
Few details are known about the incident.
Ben Leber named new permanent co-host of 'Twin Cities Live'
The former Minnesota Vikings linebacker was introduced Friday afternoon.
APM Reports, maker of 'In the Dark' podcast, nixed by Minnesota Public Radio
MPR said "select programming elements" of APM Reports will be incorporated into MPR News.
The latest on holiday weekend severe weather chances for MN
The most significant severe threats are Sunday night and again on Monday.
Charges: Driver was drunk, high in head-on crash that killed 19-year-old woman
The young woman killed in the crash was a college student studying zoology.
What's open and closed in Minnesota on Memorial Day 2022
A guide to Memorial Day weekend 2022.
Trump questions Michele Bachmann's loyalty after decision to skip debate
The Donald isn't happy the presidential contender repeatedly sought out his advice only to turn down his debate. Only Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum have signed on so far, and Trump says he might call the whole thing off if no one else steps up.
Bachmann says social issues were key on caucus night
Michele Bachmann says the Obama administration's new requirement that employers include contraception in their health plans helped make social issues a priority for Republicans on Tuesday. She says Rick Santorum's victories were "a shot across the bow" but the Congresswoman does not think Republican voters have made up their minds about who they want to challenge President Obama.
Bachmann TV ad hits airwaves one-day before Iowa caucuses
Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was born and raised in Iowa. The presidential candidate is reminding Iowa's Republican caucus voters of those roots in her only TV ad airing less than 24-hours before Tuesday's caucuses. The Des Moines Register reports the spot started airing across the state Monday.
Negative campaigning hits Minnesota: PAC backing Santorum slams Gingrich, Romney
A television ad paid for by the "Red, White, and Blue" PAC tries to link Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich with President Obama, saying they've all backed big government and bailouts. The hero of the ad, Rick Santorum, is coming to Minnesota this weekend with campaign stops in Eden Prairie and Bemidji.
Bachmann goes after Gingrich in last debate before Iowa caucuses
Michele Bachmann took the gloves off Thursday night as she ripped into the front-runner. Rival Newt Gingrich accused of faulty facts, but she was having none of it. "I'm a serious candidate for president of the United States, and my facts are accurate."
Former rivals salute Bachmann as she exits race
Mitt Romney calls Bachmann a 'friend and strong competitor.' Newt Gingrich says she is 'a considerable talent' with 'great courage.' Those are among the praises for Bachmann by other GOP presidential candidates she sparred with during the campaign.
Bachmann, Graves to hold three debates
Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann has agreed to three debates with her DFL opponent Jim Graves on the week before the Nov. 6 election, the St. Cloud Times reports. However, the Graves campaign is pushing the three-term Congresswoman to have more than just three debates. “It frustrates me that Bachmann was willing to give 15 debates during her presidential campaign," Jim Graves said. The first public debate is set for Oct. 30 in St. Cloud.
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