Federal gang investigation locks down Minn. prisons; Eden Prairie OKs registry for domestic partners; State of Union listeners hope for an end to D.C. gridlock; Klobuchar: How two-year degrees can help fuel the economy; Minnesota lawmakers react to State of the Union; Minnesota Legislature has bumpy start; Edgy posters, billboards come out against racism in Duluth
Archives for January 2012
Study indicates Mid-westerners like to binge drink; Board, union at odds over contract; Dayton: Metrodome can work for Vikes; Poet, Dutch company will team to build cellulosic ethanol plant; 2 women removed from rural Bemidji, Minn. home after deputies find 50-55 dogs; New Ulm, Sleepy Eye look at four-day school weeks
Gov., legislators share goal to get Minnesotans back to work; DFL leaders: Our Minnesota agenda; Our view: Minnesota Legislature back at it; St. Croix bridge bill clears Senate; Franken responds on internet piracy bills; Sleep-malady drugs now in short supply in Twin Cities
OSHA seeks fines from Wilmar-based Jennie-O; Essar Steel Minnesota air permit open for comments; Jack Jablonski leaves hospital for rehab facility; Rybak embraces DNC’s anti-Romney messaging; Will MPR’s “Daily” show make news more interesting and fun?
Sen. Koch considers running again; Gingrich surge may put Minnesota in play in GOP battle; Winter bug may offer climate clues; Ely bear Jewel birth to at least 2 cubs; Bachmann calls for repeal of Roe. vs. Wade at Minn. anti-abortion rally; Moorhead member of ‘Miracle on Ice’ team fights to get hockey jerseys returned
Three Rivers bridging homeowner gap through Somalis; Groups in Duluth protest Supreme Court ruling favoring corporations; Stadium prospects growing bleaker; Sommerfest moves to U as Orchestra Hall gets a redo; Eichten a thief, of the dial
The University of Minnesota is responding to a growing interest in local food production by offering a Local Food College.
MPR’s Gary Eichten signs off for the last time; Essar Steel financing in place; Ecolab is cutting 500 jobs in wake of merger; Local e-book demand up at library system
The Granite Falls Advocate Tribune says it looks like the well-known pedestrian bridge in the southwest Minnesota community is going to get some much needed fixing.
Wrong surgery cases hit a high; 8th District will be political battleground this election; With future of fighting in USHL in doubt, sides split on how integral it is to hockey; Report crunches numbers on proposed stadium sites; DECC pitches Canal Park casino