MPR News Update
MPR News Update Fri. 1-23-1501/23/15
A Minnesota Congressman is key in writing education standards... Supporters of Sunday liquor sales say they have momentum... Details on another officer-involved shooting... We try to make sense of the latest jobs numbers... We hear about a big hockey...
MPR News Update Thu. 1-22-2015
Should there be more counselors in Minnesota's schools? Neighbors in southwestern Minnesota say no to solar. What happens when the Minneapolis Mississippi River lock shuts for good? More people on skates are willing to navigate an icy course in St....
MPR News Update Wed. 1-21-15
News about state relief for parents... relations between communities of color and the police... home building in the Twin Cities... first steps in the archdiocese bankruptcy...moving pipelines to avoid bats... and what to expect with old age.
MPR News Update Tue, 1-20-15
Protestors shut down roads and rail... We hear about legislation to improve the career prospects of young, talented teachers... Nursing homes want more state aid... One state lawmaker wants to guard your privacy... Where's the locally cut beef?
MPR News Update Mon. 1-19-15
Twin Cities Catholics hear about bankruptcy. Minnesota's members of congress support the medical device industry effort to reverse a tax. A Minnesota mountain climbing king discusses McKinley.
MPR News Update Fri. 1-16-15
More fallout from a police shooting in St. Paul... A look at Minneapolis crime statistics... What's next with Target as it cuts ties with Canada... We hear from a model of early onset Alzheimer's... Also art and hockey.
MPR News Update Thu. 1-15-15
Target pulls the plug on Canada... The NAACP wants a St. Paul police shooting investigated... There are charges against Black Lives Matter protestors...A plan for free college rankles some at the State Capitol... The Catholic church considers...
MPR News Update Wed. 1-14-15
Historic structures are under threat across the state... An appeal for coats in St. Paul goes answered times two... Minnesota Sounds and Voices finds a Hameline student from Rwanda.
MPR News Update Tue, 1-13-15
There's a looming battle over transportation at the State Capitol. Funding for a homeless shelter in St. Paul. There was a smaller Minnesota corn harvest. Medical treatment varies by race. Suicide more common among the middle aged. Yes means yes. The...
MPR News Update Mon. 1-12-15
State legislative leaders talk transportation. We hear about the rapid growth of walk-in health clinics. No matter your prep - you'll come into contact with a virus or two this winter. And, why are so many Minnesota sports teams so lousy?
MPR News Update Fri. 1-9-15
Is the Fed doing enough for the US economy? A man is being held in Minnesota for allegedly coup plotting in Gambia. Disparities decried in education and child protection. Lawmakers outline their top priorities for the 2015 session.
MPR News Update Thu. 1-8-14
The governor wants to raise taxes for roads and transit. State legislative leaders discuss a shutdown of the 2016 legislative session. School closings re-kindle the debate on how cold is too cold. We hear about the new St. Paul music space designed to...
MPR News Update Wed. 1-7-15
The governor sounds off on Southwest Light Rail. Will there be a 2016 legislative session? Transit riders deal with the cold. The process of replacing a federal judge. Sounds and Voices.
MPR News Update Tue. 1-6-15
Let the legislative session begin... Protestors urge Bloomington not to prosecute... Drones on the western border... What happens to unspent gift cards? How the homeless stay warm when it's frigid... Immigrants rely on their kids to translate... and...
MPR News Update Mon. 1-5-15
Will the oil be flowing across northern Minnesota? State lawmakers prepare to raise the curtain. The legislature considers proposals to care for a growing elderly population. Recognition for women veterans.
MPR News Update Fri. 1-2-15
Optimism for the new Congress from the Minnesota delegation. How will state lawmakers approach the new session? Minnesota kids need a good breakfast.
MPR News Update Wed. 12-31-14
The Minneapolis approach to racial equity... What's next for the I-Triple-R-B? Does the Monarch butterfly need government protection? How do immigrants from warmer climates deal with Minnesota's cold? The year that was in music - and will be in the...
MPR News Update Tue. 12-30-14
Should a state senator have known about problems with a Twin Cities non-profit? We'll get a look at the state's new second in charge... Assessing the Twin Cities media landscape at the start of a new year... Re-visiting a favorite sounds and voices...
MPR News Update Mon. 12-29-14
Rochester begins to experience "destination" growing pains... Libraries across the region modernize... Northerners deal with the cold... Howard Sinker talks about this week's Gopher bowl game.
MPR News Update Fri. 12-26-14
Concerns over vaping youth... High school kids in the Twin Cities want to talk about sex... The Twin Cities archdiocese is still dealing with the fallout from an MPR news investigation... and Howard Sinker says the Vikings may have found their future.
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