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Avian flu outbreak has U.S. bakers begging for Europe's eggs
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said it will allow pasteurized egg imports from the Netherlands to alleviate dwindling supplies and higher prices from the ongoing outbreak on U.S. poultry farms. ...
Appetites: What's new with CSAs?
Minnesota is known as the state of hockey, but it could also be called the state of community supported agriculture. Minnesota has more CSA farms than any other state. ...
Photos: Fulfilling a promise by building a new home for worship
After nearly 15 years of worshiping in a refurbished two-car garage, a Farmington, Minn., Hindu community is finally at home in a former Lutheran church. ...
What we know about the mystery plane over the Twin Cities
The flights are part of an aerial surveillance program and are being used for ongoing investigations, according to the FBI. ...
How MN education bill could affect school nurses, counselors
Jim Bierma, lead counselor for Minneapolis Schools joined MPR News' Tom Weber to discuss how funding might shake out in the final version of the bill. ...
Future Work documentary: Could a robot do your job?
Documentary, "FutureWork: How Technology Will Redefine the Culture of Work." What kinds of jobs will be available in the next 50 years? Will they be done by humans, or computers and machines? Former Labor Sec. Robert Reich and Susan Hassler of IEEE Spectrum host this National Science Foundation spec ...
Pedal Hub: What's our mission?
We've been coming at you for 42 episodes. Now, it's time to park our bikes and reflect on our mission. ...
A grave digger in the old style: The side hustle
In an age of backhoes and precise holes, he finds peace preparing resting places by hand. ...
Roaming and Reading: Coastal Ireland
For this week's Roaming and Reading, author Colin Barrett takes us to scenic but troubled landscapes of the Irish coast. ...
'Ghosts' is an eerie, edgy tale of perception and possession
Paul Tremblay's new novel is, on the surface, a story about a book about a reality show about a real-life event, but reviewer Jason Heller says it becomes an "unsettling conversation about the truth." ...
How Joseph Stalin's only daughter ended up in Wisconsin
'Stalin's Daughter' tells the story of Svetlana Alliluyevea, who was born in Moscow in 1926. She died 85 years later, alone and impoverished, in Spring Green, Wis. ...
Girl leads improbable school march in boy’s tournament
A story from the Minnesota high school boy's tennis tournament provides today's jumping off point for the ongoing debates in youth sports -- what's wrong with winning? ...
Skateboarder killed in St. Paul truck crash
The collision occurred around Tuesday evening. The 35-year-old skateboarder was not wearing a helmet and had earbuds in, authorities said. ...
Report: Minneapolis among world's most bike-friendly cities
Minneapolis' reputation as a bike-friendly town has gone global. The city ranks among the 20 most bike-friendly in the world, according to a new report from Europe. ...
Could bad weather cancel the Rolling Stones show?
Rain alone won't impact tonight's concert, officials say. However, lightning could be a factor. ...
Why diversity on the front lines of policing isn't enough
Listen to two experts discuss the importance of diversity on police forces and what needs to change in police culture. ...
Taxpayers protect wealthy homeowners against rising sea
Here's why we'll be seeing more stories from sad homeowners in the face of rising seas and stronger storms -- a government policy that helps them make the same poor decision disaster after disaster. ...
What special song could the Rolling Stones play in Minneapolis?
Stones play "Hang on Sloopy" for the first time live since 1966 at Ohio show. ...
Preliminary autopsy shows gunman in ND Walmart shooting was drunk
Marcell Willis, 21, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.19 percent, more than twice the legal limit to drive in North Dakota. ...
Mrs. Gorbachev visit 25 years ago a special moment for Mpls. family
Mikhail Gorbachev and his wife Raisa were in town June 3, 1990, for just a few hours for several carefully planned stops at various sites, including the home of the Watson family in Minneapolis. ...
Scientists with the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency found widespread contamination of pharmaceuticals drugs along with other chemicals within the state’s lakes and rivers. Do you think more needs to be done to address this issue?
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