The tax on booze gets attention in a Capitol floor debate, the FAA says sequester delays aren’t as bad as it thought, the police officer killed by bomber suspects in Cambridge is buried, Wisconsin considers a hunting season on woodchucks, and a Pennsylvania woman-turned-man objects to being nominated for prom queen.
Archives for April 2013
How many Minnesota businesses founded in 1895 — 1895! — do you think are still operating. One of them today became a Colorado business.
The Minnesota Twins today made up for all the nonsense they caused a couple of weeks ago when they tried to charge people to watch batting practice.
The government spends almost $900,000 a year on bank fees for accounts that are empty.
There’s a curious backlash against AJ Clemente today and not because he said you-know-what and then you-know-what on the air at a Bismarck, North Dakota TV station over the weekend, shortly before getting fired.
New images of the shootout, are you willing to give up the backyard campfire, the great I-35E debate, remembering Marv Bossert, and log-rolling at the U of M.
A swing vote on a gay marriage bill in Minnesota says he’ll vote ‘yes,’ France legalizes same-sex marriage, another funeral in Boston, flooding on the Mississippi River, HIV cases increase in Minnesota, and hailing a cab with a smartphone.
Allan Arbus, the actor who played the psychiatrist on M*A*S*H was 95 years old.
It’s only a matter of time before every newsroom is going to have a drone — or at least a radio-controlled helicopter and a GoPro camera.
How bad must it be to be the person representing arguably the most hated man in America?
The Boston Marathon bombing story has reached the repair-the-media-image stage.
Riding a hot streak with the cold stuff, the forgotten city in Texas, Teddy Kremer’s big night, nostalgic for prohibition, and what do voters want.
Charges filed against the alleged marathon bomber as another victim is mourned, flight delays and fewer controllers, debating the health and human services bill at the Legislature, Anthony Weiner returns to the scene of the crime — Twitter — and, oh hey, more snow
When should nature be left to take its course?
Chris Hadfield has made space cool again.