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MPR's Toni Randolph with the Widening the Circle Award

ThreeSixty Journalism presented MPR News editor Toni Randolph with the Widening the Circle award. Randolph was recognized for her ability to connect with people and build trusting working relationships, as well as her work with young aspiring journalists.

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Obama sets off on a sales mission on immigration

President Barack Obama, confronting a buildup of GOP criticism, is trying to sell his executive actions on immigration as good politics and good policy.

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Today’s Music News: Two major country music stars come out as gay

<p>In a new interview, country star Ty Herndon came out as a &#8220;proud and happy gay man,&#8221; saying he remained closeted for decades because he would afraid that being openly gay would doom his career in country music; he even went so far as to marry twice, to women he says knew he was gay and were [&hellip;]</p>

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Moveable Feast: Turkey Feast

This week on Moveable Feast, John Birge and Minnesota Monthly's Rachel Hutton discuss more sustainable, humane alternatives for purchasing a Thanksgiving turkey.

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Rochester and Worthington Area Listeners

Due to separate maintenance projects, listeners in the Rochester and Worthington areas will experience reduced signal and outages. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!

Rochester and Worthington Area Listeners

Due to separate maintenance projects, listeners in the Rochester and Worthington areas will experience reduced signal and outages. Listeners can stream MPR News, The Current and Classical services online or use one of our mobile apps. Thank you for your patience!