City officials have shipped off faulty plates from the bridge to researchers at Lehigh University, and expect results in four to six weeks.
Archives for March 2012
Former University of Minnesota professor and Minneapolis resident Muhammad Abd-al-Rahman Barker drew on his linguistics training to populate a world called Tékumel with languages and cultures.
Grassroots initiatives to promote businesses affected by light-rail construction are rolling out.
The mystery portal is well below Cedar Street here in downtown St. Paul outside the front door of Minnesota Public Radio.
MnDOT is seeking input on what should be improved to make bicycling a safer and more usable transportation option.
A Scandinavian studies scholar lends some insight into the origins of “Minnesota nice.”
The backstory about how to record audio of the human heart.
A new national report shows someone earning minimum wage would have to work 86 hours a week to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment in Minnesota — that’s more than two full-time jobs.
Officially, the Minneapolis Redistricting Group isn’t supposed to consider the impact on incumbent city council members when it redraws the city’s political map. But the latest proposed map keeps each member in his or her own ward.
Tyron Jenkins’ life story sounds like it was plucked from a gangsta rap ballad or a Hollywood movie.