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Minn. Poll: 54% say Clinton not truthful about e-mail server

In this Oct. 23, 2016, file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign event in Charlotte, N.C.

A majority in the Star Tribune Minnesota Poll also say recent leaks of her paid speeches and hacked e-mails are damaging to her presidential bid.

Gov. Dayton proposes rebates to ease sting of rising health premiums

Gov. Mark Dayton, shown at his news conference last week where he talk about increasing health premiums. On Thursday, Dayton proposed issuing rebates to an estimated 123,000 Minnesotans facing steep health insurance premium hikes but who make too much to qualify for federal tax credits.

The governor on Thursday proposed direct financial assistance to Minnesotans facing skyrocketing premiums on MNsure plans next year.

Charges: Lakeville couple endangered young kids during filthy 5 days in car

Zachariah Wilson, left, and Angela Robinson and their two children were missing for several days until they were found in a car in south Minneapolis.

Both parents were charged in Dakota County District Court on Thursday.

Lutheran pastor in Cottage Grove arrested on suspicion of child porn

He was arrested at his home in Pine City without incident.

Edina man charged with sex assaults of 5 women at UW-Madison

Alec R. Cook

An Edina High School graduate who attends the University of Wisconsin was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting five women in a 15-count criminal complaint.


The Cannon River in Randolph in 2006. The Dakota County town now has to come up with a quick solution to the many failing septic systems, which are already threatening the river watershed and Randolph's drinking-water supply.

Failing septic systems set off alarms in Randolph, Minn.

Police: Man found shot to death in north Minneapolis apartment
Family of mentally ill man killed by Burnsville police sues city
With barrier complete, Hwy. 12 reopens Friday in Orono and Long Lake

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Buffalo Sabres' Derek Grant (27) is stopped by Minnesota Wild goalie Devan Dubnyk (40) during the second period of an NHL hockey game, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, in Buffalo, New York. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes)

Dubnyk dominates Buffalo with second straight shutout in Wild's 4-0 win

Wolves rookie Dunn quickly finds his comfort level
Robison, Childress strongly deny accusation Vikings had 'bounty' program
Rejuvenated Kill says he'd 'still be coaching' if he felt this good last year

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Produce clerk Frank Duenas arranged vegetables at a grocery store in downtown Los Angeles. Declining food prices are problem for grocery retailers like Supervalu.

Schafer: Groceries get cheaper, to retailers' dismay

Growth tapering in Twin Cities office, industrial real estate markets
Apple adds keyboard touch functions to Mac in major refresh
Blue Cross launches 'Stella' for new businesses

Dayton’s department store, Seventh Street and Nicollet Mall, in 1960. The exit of these marquee stores has seen the growth of unique small businesses.

Counterpoint: Today, smaller is better in Minneapolis retail

Editorial Board endorsement: Tim Walz is clear choice in First District
Sack cartoon: MetLife drops 'Peanuts'
Readers Write (Oct. 28): A case for Trump, Clinton and the left wing, confidence in voting integrity, white privilege

MetLife drops 'Peanuts'

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Tom Hanks and Felicity Jones appear in a scene from "Inferno."

Tom Hanks' new 'Da Vinci Code' movie lacks any hint of a spark

Now serving at the Turf Club: music from the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra
Uber actor James Craven transports people, onstage and in his car
Viral photo of shiny legs is the latest optical illusion dividing the internet

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Schafer: Groceries get cheaper, to retailers' dismay
Lee Schafer

Great news for shoppers is a problem if you are in the food business at any level.

Scoggins: Zimmer delivers hard punch with 'soft' insult
Chip Scoggins

When a coach uses that label — soft — to describe a performance by a player, position group or entire team, the reaction grabs everyone's attention.

Souhan: Evidence says Spielman asked right questions about Bradford
Jim Souhan

The front office held a mock draft of quarterbacks who might be available. That process helped steer a muddled, panic-inducing situation to an obvious solution. "Sam Bradford was the best quarterback out there," Spielman said.

Tom Hanks or Bill Murray?

Bill Murray or Tom Hanks? See the photo that's confused the internet

After making $179 in 'Spinal Tap' royalties over 32 years, star sues studio
Pariah no more? Mel Gibson gets standing O at academy screening of new film
Ciara, Seahawks' Russell Wilson announce pregnancy

Vikings defensive end Brian Robison

Robison, Childress strongly deny accusation Vikings had 'bounty' program

Bradford: Team effort needed to speed up Vikings passing attack
Vikings scoff at notion that quality of NFL games have gotten ugly
Hartman: Greenway says Vikings typically respond well to adversity

In this Oct. 23, 2016, file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a campaign event in Charlotte, N.C.

Minn. Poll: 54% say Clinton not truthful about e-mail server

Gov. Dayton proposes rebates to ease sting of rising health premiums
Libertarian Gary Johnson charms crowd in Shakopee
Federal judge to Florida: Why aren't more people registered?

Kelli Stewart, right, celebrates with Maureen Valdez outside the Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse after the leaders of an armed group who seized a national wildlife refuge in rural Oregon were acquitted Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016 in the 41-day standoff that brought new attention to a long-running dispute over control of federal lands in the U.S. West.

Jury acquits leaders of Oregon standoff of federal charges

Police evict N.D. oil pipeline protesters from private land
She wanted to teach her husband a lesson about lottery but won $1M instead
Orlando officers grapple with trauma and red tape after massacre

This Wednesday Oct. 26, 2016 photo, shows the moment workers remove the top marble layer of the tomb said to be of Jesus Christ, in the Church of Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem.

Experts uncover hidden layers of Jesus' tomb site

UN says school attack in Syria may be potential war crime
Russia to destroy all of its chemical weapons by end of 2017
North Korean defectors recall harrowing escapes at U seminar

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