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Measles case confirmed at University of Minnesota

U of M officials warned that a 20-year-old male student who attended classes on the Twin Cities campus Jan. 20-23 has the measles. The university is trying to contact anyone who may have been exposed.

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Today’s Music News: Buddy Holly hologram to go on tour

<p>When the company Hologram USA recently announced a posthumous Liberace hologram tour, they promised that other artists were coming soon. Now, we have the next tour announcement: a Buddy Holly hologram tour, authorized by Holly&#8217;s widow, will kick off in 2016 with a show in the rocker&#8217;s native state of Texas. &#8220;I am so excited that my [&hellip;]</p>

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Capri Glee! New Minneapolis choral program teaches kids and adults how to sing (and dance)

With three new choirs for elementary students, high school students, and adults - plus a summer community musical program - the North Minneapolis theater, which is owned and operated by Plymouth Christian Youth Center, adds to its educational programming aimed at building community through song.

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Experiencing Reduced Broadcast Signal

Due to ice on transmitters, some listeners around the state may experience a temporarily reduced broadcast signal. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!

Experiencing Reduced Broadcast Signal

Due to ice on transmitters, some listeners around the state may experience a temporarily reduced broadcast signal. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!