This afternoon, the House approved marriage equality by a 75 -59 vote. Sixty-eight votes were needed for passage.SEE ALSO: Minnesota for Marriage's Hinckley rally was the biggest megafail in the history of megafails [VIDEO]The Senate plans to take up a companion bill on Monday. If it also wins appr ... More >>
In May 2011, Rep. John Kriesel, R-Cottage Grove, gave an impassioned speech on the floor of the House of Representatives laying out why he's a Republican who proudly supports gay marriage.SEE ALSO:-- John Kriesel destroys Rep. Mary Kiffmeyer for "no courage" remark during radio appearance-- Chris Kl ... More >>
SEE ALSO: Stillwater couple's pock-faced, cross-eyed mugshots double as anti-meth advertising [PHOTOS]Last October, Delbert Huber, then 81 years old, shot and killed Timothy Larson, a beloved teacher at St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West.On a Saturday morning that month, Huber hopped in a ca ... More >>
People sometimes say politics is war, but retiring Rep. John Kriesel, R-Cottage Grove, could tell you from experience that the two are very different.Kriesel, 30, lost both of his legs in Iraq in 2006. He was later awarded the Combat Infantryman Badge, the Purple Heart, and the Bronze Star. So it's ... More >>
Harry & David closes two bricks-and-mortar stores.If you were lucky enough to be sent a box of Harry & David fruit by some far-flung relative or business connection, you were in for a treat: the pears, especially, were some of the sweetest and juiciest versions of the fruit available. But mor ... More >>
Franklin Outdoor Advertising confirmed that the company owns the billboard, but for now didn't have any information about who paid for it.
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Four Liberian women accused of shoplifting at Guess? say they were targeted because of their skin color
Black Friday at the Mall of America: Wish you were here. Wait a minute, you are here.
Former Fillies center Tonyus Chavers watches from the sidelines as women's pro basketball hits the jackpot