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Democrats Try To Hang On To 2 Close U.S. House Races

Tuesday's election could dramatically change the complexion of the state's congressional delegation. Democratic U.S. Rep. Rick Nolan tried to hang on to his northeastern Minnesota district in an expensive race against political newcomer Stewart Mills.

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Democrats On Defensive In Battle For House Control

Control of the 134-member Minnesota House hinges on fewer than two dozen races. The party that wins 68 or more seats in Tuesday's election will have a huge say in what advances in the Legislature and a bearing on how the governor's agenda fares for the next two years.

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Minnesota Governor Dayton Chases 2nd Term In Final Run

Democrat Mark Dayton is waiting to learn if Minnesota voters will rehire him as governor or give the job to Republican challenger Jeff Johnson. It was the first time in a long political career that Dayton had asked to keep an elected job for more than one term.

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Franken Hopes For Easier Senate Path Vs. McFadden

Democratic Sen. Al Franken is hoping a second term in the U.S. Senate comes easier than the first. Franken's big advantages in money and name recognition made him the favorite against Republican Mike McFadden.

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Mankato Police Identify Suspects In Costumes

Mankato police have arrested two men dressed as Beetlejuice and a hunter who they say punched a man and woman on Halloween night. Police said Monday they identified the men by their costumes and teary eyes after security guards pepper sprayed them following the alleged attack at an apartment complex.

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Anoka Man Found Dead in RV Died of Hypothermia

Authorities say an Anoka man whose body was found in a rented RV in May died of hypothermia.

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Patient Who Died After Attacking Nurses Identified

Authorities have released the name of a Twin Cities hospital patient who died after attacking nurses and being handcuffed by police.

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St. Paul Police Car Collides With Light-Rail Train

A St. Paul police officer is OK after colliding with a light-rail train.

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Twins Say They Will Hire Paul Molitor as Manager

The Minnesota Twins say they will hire Paul Molitor as manager after four straight seasons of 92 or more losses.

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Sears, Kmart Add Thanksgiving Shopping Hours

Sears and Kmart say they will open on Thanksgiving day again this year with extended hours to draw shoppers. Sears will open at its earliest time ever - letting shoppers in at 6 p.m. on Thanksgiving.

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