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The beloved family-owned bar and grill was sold to developers last year.
Police say that online solicitation "continues to be a statewide problem."
Swatting is a false reporting of a crime and is extremely dangerous.
Spring training is coming to a close.
We might be acting unfair, but Minnesota is the State of Hockey.
The suspect has been charged with nine felonies.
An investigation is ongoing.
Michele Bachmann's paid staff in New Hampshire has reportedly quit en masse, and apparently they wanted to do it earlier but were afraid it would hurt her candidacy.
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.
Most of the major candidates have applied in person; others have sent staff members. Michele Bachmann, however, has focused almost exclusively on Iowa, and her entire New Hampshire team recently up and quit. They said in a statement that they resent how the national team has treated them.
U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann will soon be looking for a new press secretary. Becky Rogness, the Minnesota Republican's press secretary for the past three years, announced with "great sadness" Wednesday that she is moving on.
The former New Hampshire staffers say they have no ill will toward Bachmann herself, but they had much harsher words for her national team.
Her pollster and a top adviser became the most recent staffers to leave, which is leading some analysts to wonder whether she's running low on cash. Not the case, says Bachmann. She says they were just on short-term assignments to help out during the busy summer season.
Michele Bachmann tells Fox News her presidential campaign will replace New Hampshire staff members who quit last week. She says she has focused more time on Iowa because its presidential caucuses precede the New Hampshire primary.
DFL lawmakers say higher property tax bills appearing in mailboxes show that Republicans were not honest when they claimed to have balanced the state's budget without raising taxes. But the current political clamor over taxes is likely just a warm-up for next year, which happens to be an election year.