The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Minnesota will offer resources to those suffering trauma from the collapse of the I-35W bridge.
The 35W Bridge site has been visited by many people since its collapse last week, although some have been more unwelcome than others.
This story was submitted by Suzanne Pekow on August 9, 2007.
Workers from the University of Minnesota held a rally entitled, Stand Up for Our Standard of Living,: to support a new wage settlement.
Congressman James Oberstar of Minnesota’s 8th Congressional district held a press conference on August 8th at the Lock and Dam visitor center to lay out new legislation to support what he calls a fede
Interstate 35W collapsed into the Mississippi River a little after 6 pm on Wednesday, August 1st. The bridge is just blocks away from the KFAI studios on the West Bank in Minneapolis.
A new theoretical paper from three University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management professors explores the correlation between increasing fraud and economic booms.
In the aftermath of the I-35W bridge collapse, many questions are being raised concerning infrastructure, funding, and disaster prevention.
The 2007 Fringe Festival is underway and runs through Sunday, August 12.
See the Minnesota Fringe:http://www.fringefestival.org website for schedules, venues and other information.
5th District DFL Congressman Keith Ellison regularly talks with KFAI about politics in Washington.
As we look back on the tragedy of the I-35 bridge collapse last week, one image enters our minds- the yellow school bus.
© KFAI, 1808 Riverside Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55454 Tel: 612-341-3144