Fields humbly accepted the GOP endorsement and will now look to challenge incumbent Rep. Ellison for his congressional seat. Ellison has represented Minnesota's Fifth District since 2007.
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.
Truck crashes into Napa Auto Parts store after driver's medical issue
No employees were struck by the pickup.
'Scumbag': Ellison-Fields debate turns nasty
A debate between Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., and GOP challenger Chris Fields got uncomfortably testy when Fields accuses Ellison of spending campaign cash to dig up dirt on his divorce. Ellison calls him a "low-life scumbag" and a "gutter-dweller."
After 'scumbag', final Ellison-Fields debate canceled
Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., and GOP challenger Chris Fields will not have their final debate in the wake of their last meeting in which the two candidates went after each other in a series of testy verbal exchanges.
Ellison, Fields briefly say 'hello' but take questions separately from panel
Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., and GOP challenger Chris Fields briefly passed each other and said polite "how do you dos" Tuesday, but they did not have a face-to-face debate as had been previously scheduled, MPR reports. The two sat separately to take questions as part of a panel discussion. The candidates did not hold a final debate after a testy exchange last week.
Ellison has almost $143K in re-election coffers
Minnesota's Fifth Congressional District Rep. Keith Ellison's campaign has $142,959 in the bank for his re-election bid against Republican Chris Fields, a campaign report said Friday. The Democrat Ellison will face off against Fields in a debate Aug. 29 at the Minnesota State Fair.
Ellison challenger to run graphic abortion ads on Twin Cities TV stations
Gary Boisclair, a challenger to U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, has purchased airtime on KARE-TV and other Twin Cities television stations this week to air three extremely graphic anti-abortion ads. In one of the ads, the self-proclaimed Democrat says in a voiceover, "Who would do this? Who would kill an unborn baby? Congressman Keith Ellison for one."
GOP challenger claims Rep. Ellison is 'militantly anti-America'
Congressman Keith Ellison’s Republican opponent calls the 5th District Representative ‘militantly anti-American. Minnesota Public Report reports Chris Fields claims Ellison "attacked the Pledge of Allegiance, voted countless times to throw our troops serving in harm's way to the wolves and teamed up with Barney Frank to destroy the banking industry." Ellison's campaign calls Fields’ email ‘divisive’ and ‘toxic’.
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