The Senate passes legislature to turn the volume down on TV.
Archives for September 2010
The Mississippi River in St. Paul has risen two feet in the last 24 hours, though its effect in downtown St. Paul is minimal.
A social networking site ties your life to your license plate.
Does government relief encourage people to build where they shouldn’t.
An issue is missing in the latest MPR poll, the evaporating digital media, on Tony Curtis, the Twin Ports stands up for a needy family, and your exploding volcano isn’t going to win the science prize this year.
While Twins fans fret about the team’s performance since clinching their division, it has no correlation with postseason performance.
Here’s today’s updated photo of the Mississippi River at St. Paul, where Raspberry Island is beginning to disappear.
A study purporting to show texting bans increase crashes is full of flaws.
November by the numbers, how much does a hurricane weigh, is sad so bad, the Disneyland disaster, and why don’t college students graduate in four years?
The Economist has unveiled the global debt clock, a country-by-country look at which countries are tapped out.
Close-up images of the flood-destroyed bridge in Oronoco.
Well, a video about it, maybe.
The hardest-working people in showbiz this week are the TV reporters covering the potential of flooding in downtown St. Paul. They have to do “stand-ups” in front of a river that isn’t behaving badly yet.
In Texas today, no one’s complaining that college students are unable to disconnect from technology.
But the monthly survey of the resale price of a home in the Twin Cities was nothing to write home about. T