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Plans for a new I-35W bridge have some local politicians and city planners reconsidering the future of public transit in the Twin Cities.

Even with a record turnout, some people do not vote. Who are they, and why? John Slade, a KFAI board member and news volunteer, hits the streets to find out.


KFAI’s Todd Melby describes his eyewitness account of the I-35 W bridge collapse aftermath.

This story was submitted by Lauretta Dawolo on August 2, 2007.

The Labor Day weekend marks the end of summertime, and for a group of young people on the North Side of Minneapolis, the end of August means the end of their summer jobs.

For the past few years, summer jobs for youth have been hard to find just about everywhere.

Temporary Protected Status, known as TPS, is for foreign nationals currently residing in the United States, whose homeland conditions are recognized by the US government as being remporarily unsafe or

TPS or Temporary Protected Status allows people from certain countries affected by an armed conflict or environmental disaster to stay in the United States for a period of time until condidtions in th

A public hearing was held at the the Ramsey County Courthouse to discuss a rezoning proposal to make way for a Trader Joe’s grocery store in St. Paul’s Highland Park neighborhood. St.

According to ISAIAH, a Twin Cities faith-based organization, the recently passed Transportation Bill and large-scale public transit projects like the Central Corridor are not enough to benefit the most diverse communities in the Cities.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Minnesota will offer resources to those suffering trauma from the collapse of the I-35W bridge.

ThreeSixty: is a youth journalism program based at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.