General Announcements

Minneapolis and U of M officials met at the Oak Street Parking ramp in Minneapolis to introduce the city’s new bike share program. It is intended to give everyone a chance to commute by means of bicycle throughout the Twin Cities. KFAI’s Katey DeCelle reports.

A recent stabbing on the bike trail in Minneapolis near Hiawatha Avenue initially alarmed people, but the complicated circumstances surrounding the incident have raised a lot more issues about safety and self-defense. KFAI’s News Director Ahndi Fridell reports.


An overflow crowd of more than 500 people gathered at the Church of the Incarnation in South Minneapolis on Sunday – sharing words of hope with 5th Congressional District representative Keith Ellison and Congressman Luis Gutierrez from Illinois.

Christina Kolar reports on a bill to stop federal funding to Planned Parenthood.

We are investing more time and money than ever into biofuels in the hopes that they will create a better environment and less dependence on foreign oil.

In the early 1800’s, John Audubon decided to paint a portrait of every bird in North America.

Hamline University in St. Paul will host one of the nation’s premier bisexual activism events at the 16th Annual BECAUSE: Bisexual Empowerment Conference. KFAI reporter Jessica Folker spoke with BECAUSE co-chairperson Becky Saltzman to learn more about what the conference will offer.


A Minnesota based group has proudced a report that claims the chemical BPA has been found in several different kinds of canned foods frequently used to prepare meals at Thanksgiving.

Dutch-born director Paul Verhoeven spent many years in Hollywood, making such films as RoboCop, Basic Instinct and Starship Troopers.

The Twin Cities metropolitan area is fortunate enough to have two successful Black-owned community newspapers. Insight News and the Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder are co-hosting the National Newspaper Publishers Convention, a four-day conference for the Black Press of America.