We’ve known for sometime that these distant bodies of salty water aren’t faring well, but the news keeps getting worse.
If Dancehall artist and deejay Busy Signal comes to Minnesota anytime soon, it likely won’t be to share his riddims and impressive studder-step vocal styles. He is under arrest in Jamaica, and authorities in Minnesota are seeking his extradition.
Do climate changes like earlier ice-out dates change the way you enjoy the outdoors?
You might be better off living someplace else
Researchers in Texas say the you on Facebook is the real you.
Principal Wollersheim issued an apology this week for organizing a prank at a school pep rally, but in an editorial the local paper said the apology wasn’t called for.
As if you needed further proof that Minnesotans love to talk about the weather, “rain in December” is a trending topic on Twitter right now. Clearly, some folks outside of the Midwest don’t feel the significance of this weather event.
There is no shortage of top-ten best-of lists helping us to boil the year down to a blog post. Time’s Person of the Year is worth a conversation. The magazine selected “The Protester.”
The first known drone-assisted arrest of a U.S. citizen took place in North Dakota this summer.
This week has presented us with two significant developments in Minnesota’s media landscape; 1) The Utne Reader is leaving Minnespolis for Topeka, 2) The Star Tribune metered pay wall seems to be working.
In both instances loyal readers were there, but finding loyal advertisers continues to be a struggle.
The Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists says WCCO has some explaining to do.
More than 100 people were arrested in Oakland overnight as police raided an ongoing protest encampment.
In an era of political upheaval and economic turmoil why does Twitter tell us that “Bieber” is a trending topic? Twitter execs say it is all about the algorithm.
Every now and again cable news becomes relevant. It never seems to be about the news it reports, but rather the news it makes.
$10 million spent on the amendment to ban same-sex marriage isn’t likely to change anyone’s opinion.