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Hennepin County sheriff, Rich Stanek, explains how his people are trying to search the river for bodies and cars.

Tune in to Truth to Tell:node/682 Wednesday, August 1 at 11 am as Andy Driscoll and guest co-host Ann Alquist talk Cops and the Mentally Ill.

Thursday, August 2, it’s an international edition of Write on Radio!node/36 Danish novelist Christian Jungerson calls in to talk about his novel, The Exception, best-selling Jamaican author Colin

Vivian Delgado (Yaqui/Puebloean) has written a significant amount of literature that has appeared as articles, essays, research and chapters, including curriculum; many of them about Native America an

Is newsprint obsolete? Will Wall Street greed spell the end of news organizations whose costs can only drop so low? Why are reporters so expendable?

It’s a night of great audio shorts from the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, including ‘Til Death Do Us Part by Sara Archambault.

The Cairo Trilogy, one of the most important works of literature by Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz. Mafouz who died 30 August 2006 is the only Arab to have received the Nobel Prize for Literature.

A tribute mix to the Godfather of Soul, The Hardest Working Man in Show Business and Soul Brother #1—-James Brown. Featuring interviews with Don Cornelius, Dave March, Sammy Davis Jr.

There are cat shelters for unwanted calicos and Siamese. There are dog shelters for discarded beagles and shepherds. Less well known are bird shelters for abandoned cockatoos and cockatiels.

Indigenous Peoples Task Force, formally Minnesota American Indian AIDS Task Force, has been a leader and a pioneer in developing innovative culturally relevant services to targeted populations within

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