What must it be like to literally be allergic to cold weather and live in Minnesota?
Archives for January 2012
Now that the Minnesota Legislature is back in session, we’re getting a fairly steady diet of proposed laws, most of which will never see the light of day.
For people in the media, it’s always interesting to watch news organizations try to do something new.
Time is running out on a deadline that could determine the future of a sports franchise in Minnesota. And, no, it’s not the Vikings.
If you were on the Costa Concordia, the cruise ship that capsized when it his rocks off the Italian coast, what would it take to get you back on a cruise?
Should athletes protest, the Senser investigators upon further review, one home at a time in Duluth, the tower climb, what’s on your cassettes, and Dr. Demento.
If a Marine makes a plea deal to cut short a trial on charges he killed innocent people in Iraq, has he been exonerated?
Maybe it’s time to step back from the TV and take a deep breath.
It’s becoming an increasing practice that people patrol brick-and-mortar stores, check the prices, see the cheaper price online, and order it via their phone.
Should county attorneys in Minnesota carry guns in the courtroom?
Every so often — and too often — a case hits the Minnesota Court of Appeals that is an example of how children are caught in the middle of custody disputes between adults.
What do you suppose it was like the last time a long-time professor at Penn State died?
The Paterno blunder up close, Giffords’ goodbye video, solving suicide in northeast Minnesota, the return of Art Shanty, and stuff public radio listeners say
John Baker, born in Davenport, died Friday at his home in South Carolina.
What the Patriot Act says and how it’s used are two different things.