Just over a week after news broke that the Chicago-based Gangster Disciples have hits out on all Twin Cities cops, an alleged member of the Bloods faces a terroristic threats charge for his new tattoo.SEE ALSO: Forest Lake school bans Taylor Gang shirts because 'name is code word for marijuana use'
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The old Tim Pawlenty would never let this old lady get away with that.‚ÄčTim Pawlenty's close friends and allies can't figure out what happened to their charismatic Minnesota Governor.Pawlenty has changed from a charming, reliable local to a flat national figure since he decided to run for president ... More >>
Tip back a few of these and talk brewing laws.Whether you're finding yourself fired up about or confused by all the recent discussion of brewing laws, Something's Brewing next week that you might want to check out.
The West Bank Brewing Association, a U of M student group, has assembled spe ... More >>
Mee Moua surprised local politicos when she announced her retirement from the Minnesota SenateWhen Mee Moua announced last May she was retiring from the state Senate, no Hmong American held a higher elected office in the country, and the news caught a lot of people by surprise.
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Sisterhood only goes so farSo much for the sisterhood.
When DFLer Susan Gaertner dropped out of the governor's race, she said that one of her reasons was to try and clear a path for rival Margaret Anderson Keliher to make some history.
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Via Al JazeeraEllison and his wife are separatingLooks like the marriage of Rep. Keith Ellison and his wife, Kim Dore Ellison, is in trouble.
Married for more than 20 years, they have filed for legal separation. They have four children and live in North Minneapolis.
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Forget free trade with China, privatizing Social Security, and that pesky debate about campaign-finance reform. Hereís everything you really need to know about that gaggle of Minnesotans who are vying for a six-year stint in Washington.