The National Weather Service has just issued a ‘heavy snow’ warning for the Minneapolis Saint Paul Airport, inviting some math application.
Archives for January 2012
What now, Williston; dispatches from the American now, St. Francis’ flag tattoo brouhaha, a cyclist’s blind faith, and the stand-up society.
You can set your legislative watch by the filing of some bills and proposed constitutional amendments whenever the Legislature returns to session.
Is America — or its media — making too big a deal over this?
What fun is the Super Bowl if companies release their Super Bowl commercials early?
New rules for airline fares began today and, predictably, the airlines don’t like them much.
The NPR program host goes head-to-head with comedian Stephen Colbert.
You’re a cop who discovers hungry scavengers, the cost of cool, let the robots do the dying, requiem for a funeral in Mille Lacs County, and the lyrics to the Morning Edition theme revealed.
Samantha Garvey was homeless teen from New Jersey who captured the nation’s attention when she became a finalist in the competition for a $100,000 college scholarship.
The Minnesota database of DNA can be used in crime investigation to match samples collected at a crime scene with the DNA stored in the database.
Figures. On a day when the Minnesota Timberwolves finally declare themselves a legit NBA organization again by signing Kevin Love to a fat contract, Forbes Magazine offers one more bit of humiliation to the Timberwolves before doing so goes out of style.
If your face melts off today, don’t say we didn’t try to warn you!
What happens when a debate audience isn’t allowed to cheer.
A bicycling report card, a kid worth rooting for, a sister’s tribute, dogs caught in beaver traps, and when you should put the video camera down.
A viral video provides an inaccurate assessment of jetliners landing in strong winds.