MPR News Update
MPR News Update Thu. 7-2-1507/02/15
Leaders of communities on the Southwest Light Rail route hope to rescue the line. More on the disagreement over pay raises for Governor Dayton's political appointees. There's a fight over the look of the Paul and Babe park in Bemidji. We go inside a...
MPR News Update Wed. 7-1-15
The governor raises the pay of his appointees... Medical marijuana is now legal in Minnesota... The gap between the races on infant mortality continues...It's Ramadan - time for fasting and running fast.
MPR News Update Tue. 6-30-15
Minnesota high schoolers are no longer required to take one college entry test... Libraries want to learn more about you... The owner of the Wolves and Lynx talks about his avian flu impacted chickens... Doing good is good for you.
MPR News Update Mon. 6-29-15
Pride, pot, and pollution
MPR News Update Fri. 6-26-15
The Supreme Court issues major decisions on same-sex marriage and health care. A ruling on housing may impact housing in the Twin Cities. A top executive is leaving Target. Fans of the Timberwolves are delighted. Is graffiti art?
MPR News Update Thu. 6-25-15
Mergers are expected in the health insurance industry. Criminal charges against the Twin Cities Catholic church may make it harder for clergy abuse victims to get paid. The fairly new Science museum needs repairs and it wants the state to help pay for...
MPR News Update Wed. 6-24-15
A Ramsey County government official goes after the Boy Scouts. Are attitudes about climate change changing among Republicans? What will occupy the old St. Paul Macy's store? Is Minnesota producing the right kind of iron? And, we hear about one man's...
MPR News Update Tue. 6-23-15
Hennepin Co. officials hope to beef up child protection... General Mills set to remove artificial aspects of food... How and why to change the names of state geographical features... There are still places to discover in North America
MPR News Update Mon. 6-22-15
What's the future of employer-provided health insurance? Fires burned last week in the Superior National Forest - but they were set by firefighters. Examining the claims of politicians. A DaVinci comes to Minneapolis.
MPR News Update Fri. 6-19-15
Archbishop John Nienstedt outstayed his welcome. Catholics consider the Pope's environmental encyclical. Families collecting government money for pre-school may get more. What's with all the round-abouts? The lead singr of Devo talks visual art.
MPR News Update Thu. 6-18-15
The state's sex offender treatment program is ruled unconstitutional. So, now what? Minneapolis police say they're happy to be a part of a new program aimed at police brutality. New solar and wind energy customers may have to pay more. We hear about a...
MPR News Update Wed. 6-17-15
Priests chime in on a leadership change at the Twin Cities archdiocese. Northeastern Minnesota residents will pay more for power. Did state lawmakers deliver for rural Minnesota? Helping American Indian students to stay in school. Music students are...
MPR News Update Tue. 6-16-15
Fallout from the resignation of the Twin Cities archbishop... We hear about the death of an environmental citizens board... Target makes more moves...
MPR News Update Mon. 6-15-15
The Twin Cities archbishop resigns. How are former Target employees doing in the aftermath of layoffs? Electronic pulltabs go from loser to winner. The Green Line at one year of age. And we hear some school drumming.
MPR News Update Fri. 6-12-15
The governor loses legislative clout. A state official responsible for bringing medical marijuana to the state is now leaving his post to work with a marijuana company. Many state farmers watch their products destroyed. The business of bird flu. One...
MPR News Update Thu. 6-11-15
What does a new Vatican tribunal have to do with the Twin Cities archdiocese? Is today the day we get a finalized state budget agreement? State health officials sound the alarm about e-cigs. Rochester deals with development heavy-hitters. Gender...
MPR News Update Wed. 6-10-15
A man goes free after a conviction of threatening FBI agents... Boaters sound off on the closing of the St. Anthony lock... Minneapolis schools are changing an autism policy... Issues still need to be resolved before Minneapolis cops are wearing...
MPR News Update Tue. 6-9-15
The governor backs down on the state auditor... Minneapolis could ban flavored smokables... A private company aims to help patients get medical marijuana... Farmers plant more wild flowers... High school students are trap shooting.
MPR News Update Mon. 6-8-15
Catholics react to the criminal charges against the Twins Cities archdiocese. Who are the Minnesotans signing up for medical pot? Rochester is transforming itself, but many in the city wonder what will happen to the city's poor. Another Minnesota...
MPR News Update Fri. 6-5-15
Minority party members want a say in how a special legislative goes. Health insurers defend the dramatic increases they will charge individuals. How healthy is Minnesota soil? A Twin Cities commencement speaker tells his story. And, saving bald eagles...
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