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Jim Graves is coming for you, Michele Bachmann. During an interview with City Pages, Graves -- a wildly successful businessman who created the AmericInn motel chain before founding his luxury-focused Graves Hospitality company -- suggested he probably wouldn't have launched a political career if his ... More >>
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The man barricaded himself inside his room before surrendering.More than 100 people staying at a Residence Inn in Roseville were evacuated Sunday as police held a standoff with a suicidal man whom they believed might have weapons, according to the Pioneer Press. The hotel, located near the County ... More >>
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