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Posted at 11:40 AM on May 20, 2013 by Tim Pugmire Filed under: MN Legislature , Mark Dayton Minnesota lawmakers are back in action this morning, trying to complete their remaining work before a midnight deadline for adjourning the 2013 session. Comment?
On Wednesday morning, Dayton had 44 percent to Emmer's 43 percent with 19 precincts yet to report results. Comment?
With the gubernatorial race still too close to call, DFLer Mark Dayton addressed a crowd of supporters at the Hilton Hotel in Minneapolis. Comment?
It's been 11 days since police shot and killed an intruder in the home of an MPR News producer in Minneapolis and the police officers involved still have not been interviewed by investigators to explain how two of them got shot by the man who reportedly didn't have a gun. Comment?
We love to make fun of TV meteorologists -- did they really have to interrupt the Stanley Cup playoffs for a run-of-the mill thunderstorm here on Sunday? -- but anyone watching the live stream of the local stations in Oklahoma no doubt understand the number of lives their coverage probably saved with the heads-up warning. Comment?
This week, a multi-generational perspective on the Chinese immigrant experience, a new venue that's enlivening the Duluth art scene, and a networking party for part time musicians. Comment?
Last night was one of those nights when one might wish Cmdr. Chris Hadfield was still in orbit aboard the International Space Station because his pictures of the Twin Cities clearly showed the blue-bathed I35W bridge in Minneapolis. Comment?
The Obama administration has been pretty good at deflecting most criticism coming its way. Comment?
I will be live-blogging today's floor debate at the Minnesota Senate on the same-sex marriage bill. Comment?
Posted at 4:22 PM on May 12, 2013 by Tim Pugmire Filed under: MN Legislature , Mark Dayton Rep. Comment?
The vote was 75-59. Four Republicans joined majority Democrats on the prevailing side, while two rural Democrats voted against the bill. Comment?
The locks on the Mississippi River were closed to recreational boats on May 1 due to high water flows. Comment?
I am not a book reviewer of any note, mostly because I'm not a book reader of great note, but I was delighted yesterday when this showed up in the mailbox from the Minnesota Historical Society. Comment?
Posted at 3:52 PM on May 1, 2013 by Marianne Combs Filed under: Criticism , Culture , Minnesota Mix I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a group of artists to talk about the challenges they face within their own communities, and the stories and ideas they wish they heard on mainstream media. Comment?
Tuesday brings another mild day early on, then a cold front will remind us it's not June just yet. Comment?
This week, globalization as interpreted by the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Film Festival, The Morris Park Players are dressing like nuns, and a producer drops his DJ moniker and embraces minimalist piano at the SPCO. Comment?
When they went up in Saint Paul just before the Republican National Convention in 2008, local authorities were a little vague about whether the surveillance cameras would stay up past the convention. Comment?
Now we know, apparently. The two suspects in Boston just weren't two young punks. Comment?
An updated map from the U.S. Drought Monitor on Thursday rates two-thirds of Minnesota as still being in drought. Comment?
Tuesday, 8 pm: The Choir of St. Thomas Church , recorded in Minneapolis. Wednesday, noon hour: Music with Minnesotans: Bob Oganovic, who sings in the Minnesota Chorale and at St. Comment?