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Jamie Hutt is the digital design director, overseeing news design for Star Tribune's digital products. Follow @huttj
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MAP: Child protection in crisis

MAP: Child protection in crisis

The deaths of children have prompted the resignations of child protection officials around the country. Meanwhile, a national commission is studying ways to better protect children from abuse and death.

Downtown Minneapolis: A new east side

Details from the Ryan Companies proposal for a $400 million redevelopment near new Vikings stadium.
Interactive graphic: Children failed by the system

Interactive graphic: Children failed by the system

The Star Tribune identified 56 children since 2005 who died from maltreatment in Minnesota, even though they or their caregivers were previously known to child protection. The names were obtained through state and county child welfare records, court documents and medical examiner reports.
Twins Autograph Quiz: Whose name IS that?

Twins Autograph Quiz: Whose name IS that?

Try to identify the Minnesota Twin behind each autograph we collected during spring training.
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MINNESOTA POLL: Gov. Mark Dayton

GOV. MARK DAYTON: A majority of Minnesotans approve of the job Mark Dayton is doing as governor, but they are mixed on how he handled a public dispute with a fellow DFL leader.

MINNESOTA POLL: State budget surplus

STATE BUDGET SURPLUS: Minnesotans are split on whether most of the $1.9 billion projected surplus should be refunded, spent or saved. But if it is refunded, a majority say it should be returned proportionally, based on how much income tax a person paid.

Interactive graphic: Minnesotans on transportation

TRANSPORTATION: Most Minnesotans rate the state’s roads as being in only fair to poor condition, but only 45 percent support Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal to increase the gas tax to raise more money to pay for improvements.

Children failed by the system

The Star Tribune identified 56 children since 2005 who died from maltreatment in Minnesota, even though they or their caregivers were previously known to child protection. The names were obtained through state and county child welfare records, court documents and medical examiner reports.

MN Poll results: Child protection

The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll surveyed 800 Minnesota likely voters Oct. 20-22, 2014. The poll has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

Complete Minnesota Poll findings

The following Star Tribune Minnesota Poll findings are based on interviews conducted Sept. 8-10 with 800 Minnesota likely voters via land line (70%) and cellphone (30%). The poll was conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling and Research Inc. Read more...

MN Poll results: Franken's lead dips below 10 percentage points

HOW POLL WAS CONDUCTED: The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll surveyed 800 Minnesota likely voters Oct. 20-22, 2014. Respondents were reached on both landlines (70 percent) and cell phones (30 percent). The poll has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

MN Poll results: Political allegiance shapes Ebola fears

HOW POLL WAS CONDUCTED: The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll surveyed 800 Minnesota likely voters Oct. 20-22, 2014. Respondents were reached on both landlines (70 percent) and cell phones (30 percent). The poll has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

MN Poll results: Dayton still leads, but Johnson gains ground

HOW POLL WAS CONDUCTED: The Star Tribune Minnesota Poll surveyed 800 Minnesota likely voters Oct. 20-22, 2014. Respondents were reached on both landlines (70 percent) and cell phones (30 percent). The poll has a margin of sampling error of 3.5 percentage points, plus or minus.

Interactive: Guide to new restaurants, 2014

Since Jan. 1, we’ve charted 91 restaurants that have opened in the Twin Cities metro area, and 42 more are in the pipeline. Here are details on what's available and where to find them.
Survey: How often does the Met Council use transit?

Survey: How often does the Met Council use transit?

Despite overseeing the region’s transit system, most members of the appointed, 17-member Metropolitan Council rarely take public transportation. Following a request for transit card data, the Star Tribune conducted a survey of the members. See below for their detailed responses.

Which restaurants are affected by 70/30 ratio?

The city charter has strict rules for alcohol sales at about 70 neighborhood restaurants. The proposed change on the ballot in November would remove food-alcohol ratios at those businesses.

Interactive: Peterson should not play for 'abusive' behavior

Poll shows Minnesotans think Vikings star went too far in hitting his son, but are sharply divided over corporal punishment

Corporate inversions unpopular in Minnesota

TAXES: According to a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll, two-thirds of Minnesotans think the government should outlaw corporate inversions -- the much-discussed business tactic in which U.S.-based companies acquire foreign firms and then move their own headquarters to a country with lower tax rates Read full story

The majority of Minnesotans have given to political causes

money: More than half of Minnesotans have contributed to candidates or other political causes, according to a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll Read full story

More than 40 percent of Minnesotans rate MNsure a failure

MNSURE: More than 40 percent of Minnesotans say the state’s online health insurance exchange, MNsure, has been a failure in its first year, according to a Star Tribune Minnesota poll Read full story

Interactive: Complete results of Senate poll

The senate race: U.S. Sen. Al Franken leads his Republican challenger Mike McFadden by double digits, but that lead narrows dramatically outside the metro area and flips in northern Minnesota, according to a Star Tribune Minnesota Poll. Read full story

Interactive: Dayton leads Johnson by double digits

Gov. Mark Dayton holds a double-digit lead over GOP challenger Jeff Johnson with less than two months to the election, but one in five voters have yet to make up their minds about the contest, according to a new Star Tribune Minnesota Poll

Race relations same or worse since Obama

race relations: The hope that America’s first black president would help stitch together a more harmonious racial mosaic lies in tatters, as most people say race relations have stagnated or worsened since the 2008 election of Barack Obama, according to a Star Tribune Minnesota Poll. Read full story

Interactive: Majority say state economy doing better

The economy: More than half of Minnesotans believe the state’s economy is in better shape now than four years ago, even though the same number say their personal finances are about the same, according to a Star Tribune Minnesota Poll. Read full story

Who in Minnesota is missing money?

Here is the comprehensive data on the money the state is holding for Minnesotans, current through the end of 2011
Who will control the Minnesota House of Representatives?

Who will control the Minnesota House of Representatives?

Control of the Minnesota House has changed parties three times in the past five elections and could alter again this year.
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What’s going on at other orchestras

Orchestras across the country are facing or recently have undergone cuts in musician pay and benefits. Here is a look at several, with salary figures shown as average minimums.

What is fracking?

The oil and gas industry has been revolutionized in the last decade by a technique known as hydraulic fracturing, or hydro-fracking, or simply "fracking."
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