A new documentary uses north Minneapolis buildings and historic spaces as the backdrop for an exploration of the power of place and community. Cornerstones: Stories of Place on the North Side premiers statewide at 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, on Twin Cities Public Television’s Minnesota Channel. The hour-long documentary was co-produced by the University of Read more →
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MPR youth reporters win top prize in the audio category in a national journalism competition.
TRAC data show deportations are up since 9/11, but the percentage of criminals, terrorists, dropping.
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The General Mills Foundation writes a check to help famine relief efforts in Somalia.
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