MPR News Update
MPR News Update Wed. 10-29-1410/29/14
What happens if the GOP wins control of the Senate and still controls the House? Minneapolis residents will vote on charter changes next week.
MPR News Update Tue. 10-28-14
The state's new Ebola plan... Ebola is playing on the Minnesota campaign trail... We haven't heard much from attorney general candidates ahead of next week's elelction... Sounds and Voices.
MPR News Update Mon. 10-27-14
A synopsis of the latest Minnesota Senate candidate debate... A Liberian-American candidate wants to win an election in Brooklyn Center... We hear about a spat over handling an infectious disease in 1924... We hear from a nearly one hundred year old...
MPR News Update Fri. 10-24-14
Hillary Clinton visits Minnesota... The GOP pulls a photo from a campaign ad... A Twin Cities woman can't move on after her husband's Ebola death... Minnesota has more to offer in the apple wars... The weekend brings a celebration of poetry at the U...
MPR News Update Thu. 10-23-14
State health officials will keep tabs on travelers from West Africa... A longtime Minnesota Congressman faces his stiffest challenge yet... Governor Dayton stumps for others...Target targets on-line buyers...3M encourages employees to go solar... We...
MPR News Update Wed. 10-22-14
How health care reform is playing out in the Minnesota Senate race... There are minor party candidates in the governor's race... High-profile trade secret issues in the Twin Cities...EMTs prepare for Ebola... Where have all the wheel chairs gone?
MPR News Update Tue. 10-21-14
The new stadium is already nearly a quarter finished... An in-depth look at the recent agreement between the Twin Cities archdiocese and a victim's attorney... Farmers are driving bigger equipment and plowing into power poles... The music of a...
MPR News Update Mon. 10-20-14
Liberian-Americans in the Twin Cities remember Ebola victims... The governor candidates chew over the issues in another debate... Some people emerge from foreclosure with money in their pockets... Trying to sue the state corrections department... Two...
MPR News Update Fri. 10-17-14
Candidates vie for an open statewide seat...We hear from Minnesota's pot czar...We also hear from the new superintendent of one of the state's largest school districts...What should the U of M do about "Redskins"... A movie in Minnesota tells of Sudan.
MPR News Update Thu. 10-16-14
Uncertainty about the best way to prevent the spread of Ebola in health care settings is putting a strain on Minnesota hospitals. 3M says it's working with health organizations trying to contain the spread of Ebola. Advocates for Native Americans say...
MPR News Update Wed. 10-15-14
Minneapolis city officials say the revamped way the public may review police actions works better than the old system. Community Action of Minneapolis has suspended CEO Bill Davis. A competitive state House race in western Minnesota is getting lots of...
MPR News Update Tue. 10-14-14
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis and the Diocese of Winona have agreed to a set of child protection protocols as part of a settlement of a public nuisance lawsuit. Governor Mark Dayton's Task Force on the Protection of Children met for the...
MPR News Update Mon. 10-13-14
St. Paul attorney Jeff Anderson and officials from the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis will announce a settlement in a landmark public nuisance lawsuit today. Also today, members of a newly-created governor's Task Force on the Protection of...
MPR News Update Fri. 10-10-14
Hennepin County takes a different approach over mental health and incarceration. The cost of road salt is exploding. A Marine wants employers to hire soldiers. Motionpoems on the depot walls.
MPR News Update Thu. 10-9-14
The governor wants to hike taxes for roads... Governor candidates disagree on schools and school funding... The Minneapolis Police Department faces an audit over its practices.
MPR News Update Wed. 10-8-14
Bankruptcy remains possible for the Winona Catholic Diocese... Twin Cities Liberians don't want members of the community to go home... Candidates for a closely watched northern Minnesota congressional race debate the issues... The FBI looks at the...
MPR News Update Tue. 10-7-14
A big heroin bust in the Twin Cities. The Hennepin County Sheriff wants to be re-elected. Same sex marriage is legal again in Wisconsin. There's high demand for diverse seed mixes. The Como Zoo readies for babies. An institution closes in Minneapolis.
MPR News Update Mon. 10-6-14
The gubernatorial race is notable for its lack of spark - so far. Minnesota hospitals ready for Ebola. Farmers harvest and await the train. Who will protect the Mississippi if an oil train spills nearby? Who's going to skipper the Twins?
MPR News Update Fri. 10-3-14
A transgender policy tabled. Minnesota prepares for legal medical marijuana. Making sense of this weeks candidate debates. More sounds and voices. And, a Wild Sound from the St. Paul chamber.
MPR News Update Thu. 10-2-14
Governor candidate debates. Senator candidate debates. Making sense of changing health care rates on MNsure. More Twin Cities schools struggle. St.Paul's high cost of severing ties.
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