KFAI’s Virginia Wright-Peterson showed up on the opening day of the 2007 Minnesota State Fair, where she encountered the Eco-Experience Exhibit sponsored by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency:ht
Wolves have been on the Federal Endangered Species list for nearly 30 years, but they’ve made a successful comeback in Minnesota.
According to a survey by The Princeton Review of 120,000 students at 366 top colleges across the country, Macalester College in St. Paul is the most gay-friendly school.
Plans for a new I-35W bridge have some local politicians and city planners reconsidering the future of public transit in the Twin Cities.
Outfront Minnesota is now accepting applications for two job openings. But this is not to only expand their staff, but also to expand their mission.
The NorthWay Family Project is a new partnership and ground-breaking program to assist disadvantaged and low-income youth in obtaining work-based life skills.
As the state reels from the shock of the I-35W bridge collapse, Minnesotans are also stepping up to the plate by generously offering financial gifts for relief efforts to those affected.
From the country’s first president to its latest, American Commanders in Chief have wielded the controversial power of executive privilege.
The Center for Energy and Environment is inviting you to take the Minnesota Energy Challenge.
Everyone probably knows the feeling of never having enough time to do what you want in one day. So we tend to do all of our shopping in one day.
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