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Clinton Campaigns for Franken, Dayton at Macalester College

Democratic Sen. Al Franken, left, Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, Minnesota Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton, and Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar, right, appear at a get-out-the-vote rally in support for Franken and Dayton. - Photo: AP/Ann Heisenfelt

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid a visit to Minnesota on Thursday, to campaign for Senate candidate Al Franken and incumbent Governor Mark Dayton.

In front a raucous crowd in St. Paul at Macalester College, Clinton praised both candidates for putting Minnesotans first and for helping to create the lowest unemployment rate of any large metropolitan area in the U.S.

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St. Paul Educator Cancels Trip to Ebola Zone

A St. Paul school district employee has canceled her plans to travel to Sierra Leone to help her Ebola-stricken father.
Mariama Kpaka-Sengita told the St. Paul Pioneer Press Thursday that she was worried she might get stuck in Africa.

New Brighton Man Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charges in Neighbor Feud

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A New Brighton man pleaded not guilty Thursday to charges of allegedly murdering his neighbor as part of an on-going feud.

Como Zoo Releases Rare Ultrasound Video of Pregnant Gorilla

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Como Zoo is sharing ultrasound video of one of the zoo’s pregnant gorillas.

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23 Arrested in St. Paul Domestic Violence Sweep

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Federal and local authorities have arrested 23 people in Ramsey County in an annual crackdown on domestic violence suspects.

St. Paul Nonprofit Hands out PCs to Help Low-Income Families

Some St. Paul families have new computers thanks to generous Minnesotans.

PCs for People handed out the 150 computers to low-income families at Jackson Preparatory School.

The nonprofit receives the computers from businesses, fixes them up and hands them out.

St. Paul Charter School Leaders Speak out Over 3 Separate Investigations

The Community School of Excellence (CSE) faces three separate investigations into alleged wrongdoing and school leaders are now defending their actions. The federal government wants to know if CSE over reported the number of students eating school lunches in order to receive more federal money.