MPR youth reporters win top prize in the audio category in a national journalism competition.
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The gay grandson of the televangelist hopes to find middle ground in marriage debate.
Crews have restored around 1,600 sidewalk panels damaged by the May 22 tornado in north Minneapolis.
As the jury deliberates, some supporters of Amina Ali and Hawo Hassan were kept outside the courthouse.
Department of Corrections experiments with electronic messaging, as a way for the public to communicate with offenders in two Minnesota prisons.
Minnesota’s Norwegian-Americans turn out for a visit from the King and Queen.
The city’s lower-income neighborhoods will shoulder a smaller percentage of the tax burden, because they’ve seen a much steeper decline in value than homes in more affluent neighborhoods.
In writing up newscast spots on the details of the incident, I bumped into some MPR News language standards.
The Wilder Foundation wants to help the growing number of people who care for older adults.
Former PiPress reporter Hank Shaw is back in the Cities to talk about wild foods in the Midwest.