Residency Case Targets GOP Legislator A residency dispute involving a Minnesota legislator has landed in court and could put a Republican-held seat in contention at a time when the party is fighting to wrest chamber control from Democrats. Talking Points: Why Is The Jury In The Ventura Trial Taking So Long? Last week, the jury for the Jesse Ventura defamation trial deliberated for nearly 25 hours without coming to a verdict. The lengthy deliberations have even experts wondering what could be taking so long.
Wanted: Manufacturers For New Medical Pot Program Bachmann Heads To Mexico Border For Look At Crisis Feds: Minnesota Receives 173 Immigrant Children Franken: EPA May Scale Back Renewable Fuel Cuts Wisconsin Makes Minnesota Offer On Tax Reciprocity Independence Party Gov. Hopeful Won’t Get Public Subsidy Gov. Dayton Paid More In Taxes, To Charity In 2013 State Hires Top Medical Pot Official Bachmann Considering Another Presidential Run? Zellers Inks Tax Pledge In Minnesota Governor Race
Woman, Baby Safe After St. Paul House Fire A couple out for a walk saved a woman and her baby trapped by a fire in St. Paul, Minn. Monday night. The fire was on the 1200 block of Albemarle Street in St. Paul. Investigators say the cause was arson. Local Car Company Debuts Newest Vehicle, The Slingshot A Minnesota company is making a world debut for its newest vehicle. Polaris has a new spin on the motorcycle and it's probably unlike anything you've seen before. It's called the Slingshot and it’s on debut at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
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