MPR News Update
MPR News Update Tue. 9-16-1409/16/14
The Vikings address the Adrian Peterson problem. Finding the line between child punishment and child abuse. Farmers increasingly rely on robots for help filling the nation's bread basket. And, a Minnesota author takes aim at middle school boys.
MPR News Update Mon. 9-15-14
Vikings fans talk about Adrian Peterson being deactivated because of a child abuse charge. Howard Sinker talks about the future of the face of the franchise. And, Austin welcomes new-comers.
MPR News Update Fri. 9-12-14
Another Minnesotan to Syria? GOP takes aim at Peterson. U wants to freze tuition again. The Replacements play Grinnell.
MPR News Update Thu. 9-11-14
Reax to Obama's speech on ISIS threat. Medical pot might get another look. Using the arts to talk about Ferguson. Ramsey County to step up church investigation.
MPR News Update Wed. 9-10-14
MN Congressional delegation on what they expect on Obama's ISIS speech. Mining exploration expands south in MN. Which football helmets are safe?
MPR News Update Tue. 9-9-14
A respiratory virus is hard on kids. Black kids drown more than white kids. Minneapolis schools ready to tackle the racial disparity. Will there be enough propane for the winter? A group files suit against Southwest light rail. Minnesota's bird man.
MPR News Update Mon. 9-8-14
Smaller liquor stores fear Total Wine... The rules of the skyway - in light of an arrest in a St. Paul skyway... Why aren't men who engage in risky behavior using a drug that can help thwart HIV? Is this Vikings team for real?
MPR News Update Fri. 9-5-14
A ride along with Minneapolis police... High schoolers suffer through concussions at an alarming rate... Farmers sound off about rail shipment delays...Rural schools search for a few good teachers... A historic building burns in southeastern...
MPR News Update Thu. 9-4-14
Senate candidates turn their attention to foreign policy... Governor candidates talk transportation... Is a northern Minnesota congressman as vulnerable as some think? Resentment lingers over a wilderness designation.. Eating out with strangers.
MPR News Update Wed. 9-3-14
All day K... Oil train safety... The Wilderness Act at 50... An opera diva's upcoming appearance in Minnesota...Is it the end of a Minnesota sports dynasty?
MPR News Update Tue. 9-2-14
Trepidation about the first day of school...Green Party hopeful wants to be the next Minnesota attorney general...We hear from the mother of a jihadist... Euan Kerr talks with a Wisconsin author
MPR News Update Fri. 8-29-14
There were two police shootings yesterday in the Twin Cities... A Minnesota group wants to bring a world's fair to the state.... What to do with old dilapidated barns?
MPR News Update Thu. 8-28-14
Minnesota's US attorney files suit against St. Anthony over a mosque... The Southwest Light Rail line inches closer to approval... What the governor candidates are saying about roads and bridges... What the Senate candidates are saying at the State...
MPR News Update Wed. 8-27-14
A Minnesota man dies fighting with ISIS. Personal care assistants vote to unionize. Cops using body cameras. A newlook U of M campus. What happens to the trash at the state fair? What happens to money pledged during an ice bucket challenge?
MPR News Update Tue. 8-26-14
Student test scores. Declining Minnesota farmland prices. A new hammer at the Twin Cities archdiocese. A state fair first-timer.
MPR News Update Mon. 8-25-14
Minnesota Senate candidates spar over mining. St. Paul considers tighter restrictions on cheap cigars. Vikes will pay more for stadium.
MPR News Update Fri. 8-22-14
Just how many candidate debates are helpful? A Twin Cities teen forms a Super Pac. Medtronic shareholders question a merger with an Irish firm. A health clinic closes its doors - in part because of the new healthcare law. Is it really safe in those...
MPR News Update Thu. 8-21-14
We enter the State Fair. Minnesota's kids still above average on a college placement test. Judging the economic value of a proposed northern Minnesota mine. Doctors embrace social media. And, a we hear about a really big, healthy meal in St. Paul.
MPR News Update Wed. 8-20-14
Southwest LRT: closer to approval? 35-E a construction zone. Duluth tears down a couple of ski jumps. Cops and body cameras. Cops and military gear. And, we hear from the first African American Brigadier General of the Minnesota National Guard
MPR News Update Tue. 8-19-14
A new effort to close the achievement gap... A group opposed to Native American nicknames reverses itself on the Warroad Warriors... More Minnesota Sounds and Voices.
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