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Franken More Flush Than McFadden For Final Month

Democratic Sen. Al Franken had a nearly 3-to-1 cash advantage over Republican challenger Mike McFadden as their Minnesota race reached its final month. Franken's campaign said Tuesday its latest report to regulators would show $2.75 million in the bank as of Oct. 1.

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High Court Won’t Take Case of Man Convicted at 17

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the appeal of a Minnesota man convicted of raping and killing a teenage girl when he was 17.

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Minnesota Seed Industry Focusing on Wildflowers

Minnesota's plant seed industry is beginning to produce more wildflower seeds and a wider variety overall to address concerns over diminishing honey bee populations.

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Latest Road Corridor Fix-Up List Has 13 Projects

Thirteen stretches of clogged or deteriorated highways in Minnesota have been selected for quicker upgrades under a state transportation program designed to advance work.

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Bond Set In Wabasha Campground Assault Case

A campground owner and employee of a nonprofit Christian ministry is free on bond after making an appearance in Wabasha County District Court on criminal sexual conduct. Forty-nine-year-old Paul Logan, of Rochester, is accused of fondling two girls who stayed at the Pioneer Campground in Wabasha in May and June.

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Police: Duluth Baby Okay After Car Hits Stroller

Police say an 11-month-old girl is uninjured after being hit by a car while in a stroller. The infant's 19-year-old mother was pushing her in the stroller Monday afternoon when the accident happened.

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Police: Hermantown Man Dies After Stun Gun Shooting

The Hermantown Police Department says a man has died a week after officer shot him with a stun gun. Police said Monday the Hermantown man died in a hospital on Sept. 26. They say he experienced an undisclosed "medical event" shortly after officers stunned him on Sept. 19. Autopsy results are pending.

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Duluth Residents Protest Mail Center Closure

Duluth postal workers and other Minnesota residents are rallying against plans to close Duluth's mail processing center. About 100 people protested the closure planned for 2015 outside of the federal courthouse in Duluth on Monday.

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SUV Hits Minneapolis Bus Shelter, Kills Woman

An SUV slams into a north Minneapolis bus shelter, killing a woman who was sitting there. Terrance Beauchamp Weaver says his mother, 45-year-old Billy Weaver, ate at McDonald's and was then waiting at the bus stop for him to pick her up when the SUV hit the shelter about 5:15 p.m. Monday.

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Police Find 2 Dead in North Minneapolis Home

Minneapolis police are investigating after two people were found dead at a home in north Minneapolis.

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