Instead of ‘what’, I want to know ‘who’ you are thankful for.
MPR News Reflections and observations on the news
By Than Tibbettsttibbetts@mpr.org
Yesterday’s news that eight people would be charged in connection with the disappearance of young Somali men from the Twin Cities put the long-running story back in the national spotlight.
Authorities say the Kentucky Census worker found hanged wasn’t the victim of a mysterious anti-government conspiracy.
Media Thanksgiving, a horror story and the war that won’t go away.
How to make friends with a header in the fifth minute of stoppage time.
Hoax, or the dreams of our inner, 6-year-old boy realized?
TLC comes to the Mall of America to tell the tales of the security guards who protect your right to go to the mall and not plan on buying something but it was on sale so you buy it anyway.
Join MPR News health reporter Lorna Benson at noon for a Q&A about the H1N1 (swine) and seasonal flu.
After nearly 50 years of music, knowledgeable fans of Bob Dylan should be used to odd albums. But a Dylan Christmas album?
Test your math skills against Minnesota’s 4th and 8th grade students. By the way, they’re among the best in the country.
A report on the status of the proposed Lake Vermilion State Park shows it will likely be a game of “wait and see.”
Dirty laundry, that Prize thing, autism, tweeting your PTSD and a squirrel doctor. It’s going to be a fine Tuesday.
What do you do with a sex offender who can’t find a place to live?
A major newspaper declares it won’t endorse candidates, removing a barrier to becoming a non-profit organization. Will non-profit news work?
And with a 4-1 loss to the New York Yankees, the Minnesota Twins have played their last game in the Metrodome.