MPR News Update
MPR News Update Mon. 8-3-1508/03/15
Mille Lacs Walleye season ends... Tribe pledges not to net on Mille Lacs next spring... Cecil researcher talks about international outcry over lion killing... Insect diversity key to holding down bad bugs... Norway's contact in the Twin Cities.
MPR News Update Fri. 7-31-15
People of color assess the job being done by Minneapolis police. We hear about a Minneapolis police officer who does his job really well...too well? Should the state legislature convene to help Mille Lacs resorts? We learn about an archeological dig...
MPR News Update Thu. 7-30-15
Student test scores are out... Will claims against the archdiocese be extended? Protests against a Twin Cities lion killer... The state's options for helping resorts... Why do kitties purr?
MPR News Update Wed. 7-29-15
Will there be a special legislative session to help Mille Lacs resorts? One law change next month deals with families in divorce situations... A Minnesota dentist is in trouble for killing an African lion... Deer hunters in the state face another fall...
MPR News Update Tue. 7-28-15
Minneapolis deals with an uptick in violence. Mpls Mayor Betsy Hodges addresses gun crime. Two Muslim teens celebrate their country and their faith in books for children. A teen bikes the world.
MPR News Update Mon. 7-27-15
One community catches the rain. What - if anything - should be done about the wolves on Isle Royale. Also, the sounds and voices of Minnesota's long ago Polish immigrants.
MPR News Update Fri. 7-24-15
A charity's funds and funding... Is the Vikings stadium over budget? State rail bridges need repairs... Minnesotans learn to swim... The music of an Iranian and Minnesota composer.
MPR News Update Thu. 7-23-15
There were more than a million unnecessary visits to state ERs and hospitals in 2012... A developer wants to turn parts of Fort Snelling into housing... Hold on to your tech at the airport...St. Jude spends a bundle to make a bundle... There's a North...
MPR News Update Wed. 7-22-15
The mayor of Minneapolis talks climate with the Pope... The Walleye season may end prematurely on one popular Minnesota lake... The Governor and GOP lawmakers are already at loggerheads over priorities for next year's legislative session... Garrison...
MPR News Update Tue. 7-21-15
Details on a Minnesota's designation as the best state for children. What's next after no child left behind? A tour of the new Vikings stadium now two-thirds complete. A scientist tells us about the health of the state's bat population.
MPR News Update Mon. 7-20-15
Why so few medical marijuana patients? Why were so many folks looking for free dental care in Duluth last week? A Twin Cities dance company is expanding access
MPR News Update Fri. 7-17-15
Losses due to bird flu in MN top $600M. Victims could get more time to file claims against Archdiocese. A look at diversity among cyclists.
MPR News Update Thu. 7-16-15
Gov. Dayton to tour storm damage around Brainerd. MN legislator to work for medical marijuana manufacturer. Road construction headaches in west metro.
MPR News Update Wed. 7-15-2015
SD prison escapee suspected of bank robberies caught in Twin Cities. Union calls MN Security Hospital unsafe after patient attacks staffer. Brainerd Lakes area still cleaning up from Sunday storms.
MPR News Update Tue. 7-14-15
GOP lawmakers call for MNSure's end. Air pollution linked to 2K deaths annually in Twin Cities. A beloved St. Paul jazz venue re-opens tonight.
MPR News Update Mon 7-13-2015
Storms hit central MN. Catholics welcome interim Abp. Hebda to St. Paul. Community solar gardens take off.
MPR News Update Fri. 7-10-15
Major League Soccer coming to St. Paul? Minnesota cracks down on for-profit colleges and universities. Fiesta de Besbal!
MPR News Update Thu. 7-9-15
Is a deadly amoeba becoming more common in MN lakes? Three Minneapolis men accusing of trying to join ISIS will remain in custody for now. A Metro Transit bus driver retires with a spotless record.
MPR News Update Wed. 7-8-15
A Minnesota child contracted a severe infection after swimming in a Minnesota lake. Minnesota officials want more information on those oil trains passing through the neighborhood. They're rebuilding a roadway along the Mississippi that was covered in...
MPR News Update Tue. 7-7-15
Do July 4th shootings in Mpls portend a violent summer? Was a Minnesota zoo bear trying to escape? A poet from the region talks about how his home has shaped his world-view. Should we get rid of the Minnesota state flag?
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