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Bedlam Theatre may not be long for St. Paul
The theater company says it needs $400,000 by the end of the year to keep its doors open. ...
In Minneapolis, Clinton makes case to be president
Hillary Clinton stressed her willingness to tackle the problems of everyday Americans as she sought support from Democratic super delegates at a meeting in Minneapolis. ...
Has the religion/political landscape really changed?
The Christian Democrats of America pushed a press release today claiming that the Republican Party is losing its hold on the “faith vote.” It cited this article on the liberal Think Progress site earlier this month that said it’s getting harder for Republican Christians to justify ...
'Living while dying' episode 12: Physical connections using yoga
After being diagnosed with ALS, Bruce Kramer learned to appreciate the value of yoga. He found it a freeing and emotional experience that helped him reconnect with parts of his body that were affected by the disease. ...
MPR State Fair booth broadcast of TPT's 'Almanac'
MPR's Cathy Wurzer and TPT's Eric Eskola co-host "Almanac" live at the MPR State Fair booth. Tom Scheck talks politics, Mark Seeley talks weather, Kevin Kling tells a Minnesota State Fair story, and there's presidential politics, music, and a baby lamb. ...
It's a boy! National Zoo reveals surviving panda cub's gender
Genetic testing also showed that he was sired by Tian Tian, the zoo announced. ...
Polish officials say they may have found secret Nazi treasure train
Deputy Culture Minister Piotr Zuchowski says images from ground-penetrating radar have him "99 percent convinced" of the location of the hidden train, which may containing gold, gems and other loot. ...
What would democracy look like in Somalia?
A conversation with Abdi Aynte, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation of Somalia, about the future of his country. ...
MN cops press 'move over law' enforcement to honor trooper
Police agencies statewide will step up enforcement of the state's "Ted Foss Move Over Law" on Monday to mark the anniversary of Trooper Ted Foss's death. ...
Now starting for South Milwaukee: Jordan Schroeder
In South Milwaukee, Jordan Schroeder,16, would like to be playing for the South Milwaukee Rockets football team tonight when it hosts West Allis Hale. ...
How should high school education be redesigned?
If you had the chance to build the secondary education system from scratch what would it look like? ...
Ceiling fixed, First Avenue's main room reopens tonight
The Minneapolis concert venue's main room hosts its first show since part of its ceiling collapsed during an Aug. 12 concert. ...
Video: Get up close and personal with Minnesota's native fish
An underwater and oh-so-delightful glimpse at the muskie, the sheepshead, the long-nose gar and six other species. ...
The Associated Press reports today that the end of an era is at hand for the Goodyear blimp. ...
Can you use that in a sentence? Dictionary adds new words
Oxford Dictionaries added new words including "hangry," "rando" and "awesomesauce." ...
Hispanic or Latino? A guide for the presidential campaign
Donald Trump has put immigration front and center in his campaign. This has placed renewed focus on the confusing question of how to refer to people from Latin America, including those now in the U.S. ...
Washington Post reporter gets a better look at Red Lake
Christopher Ingraham, the Washington Post reporter who was at the receiving end of Minnesota's outrage after he presented data showing Red Lake County is the ugliest county in America, didn't help relations when he doubled-down by criticizing our thin skins. But yesterday he proved himself ...
Messersmith crop art at the State Fair
The portrait is on display in the Minnesota State Fair's Agriculture Building, right next to a seed depiction of Jesus. ...
MN DNR cites tribal members in second day of treaty rights challenge
The state's longtime position has been that it's illegal to harvest wild rice without a state license off reservation land. ...
Twins back home and back in the playoff hunt
MPR News host Cathy Wurzer spoke with Howard Sinker, a digital sports editor for the Star Tribune, about the team's recent surge on a long road trip. ...
Minnesota State Fair
The Minnesota State Fair kicks off this week in St. Paul. Will you be attending the fair?
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