The people who will have the biggest problem are the ones who ignored warnings about driving through standing water.
Archives for June 2010
The commuters of St. Paul and Minneapolis had it rough, especially the ‘Never Say Dry’ bicycle commuters.
As usual, the questions are about the news, but the answers may not be.
Regular readers of News Cut know that I love a good controversy over the United States Constitution, and the more reprehensible people find those who cite it, the stronger the Constitution emerges.
The Timberwolves seem more interested in saving money than winning basketball games.
The sum of Minnesota’s parts, art and the oil spill, a kindergarten brawl, bridge-jumping in Mankato, and art imitates soccer.
It’s a big, diverse, wonderful news world out there and I was reminded of this while browsing through the daily news photos from the Associated Press. Neither has anything to with the other. They just are.
Did NPR endanger a farmer by publicizing his name on an All Things Considered post last week?
Mark Suppes has become the 38th private person to build his own nuclear reactor.
One of the largest construction projects in state history is about to end.
Long-time News Cut reader Derek Schille has the latest contribution to the summer photo series.
Sex and the Asian Carp, iPhones and the cultists, tax credits and criminals, planes and people, and heroes and their stories.
Mary Lucia reveals why Rolling Stone, which has brought down a general, had become irrelevant.
NASA has released this satellite photo of the Gulf of Mexico, with the oil slick clearly visible.
Politicians pretend their Twitter accounts are really from them, until it serves their purpose to deny it.