It's time for the annual "Minnesota Weekend" photo show on News Cut. Take your camera with you this weekend, take a picture of something uniquely Minnesota and send it in.
The Civil Air Patrol did an aerial damage assessment on Friday afternoon, March 28, 2009.
The stream of water that has everyone concerned in the Moorhead neighborhood isn't coming from the dike, it turns out; it's coming from a storm drain the city hasn't plugged.
News Cut blogger Bob Collins gives us an update on the families who live on Riverview Circle in Moorhead, who were told to evacuate their homes last night.
MPR's Bob Collins returned to the Riverview Circle neighborhood in Moorhead this morning, after residents were told to evacuate.
As a Code Red was issued this afternoon, signifying an evacuation is possible from Riverfront Circle, and the surrounding neighborhoods, the Morses and John Brummer were not giving up.
With the order to raise the sandbag levee by another foot, News Cut writer Bob Collins couldn't imagine anyone having the gumption to get back out and sling sandbags. There's a lot of gumption in Moorhead.
Minnesota Public Radio's Bob Collins is blogging from the Red River Valley. He talked to Tom Crann about the amazing group of volunteers he met along Rivershore Drive in Moorhead.
Volunteers scurry to build a floodwall and a dike across the main entry into the city of Breckenridge, Minn., from North Dakota as the Red River contiues to rise.
A House committee held a hearing this morning on a bill that would require a state-issued photo ID to vote in an election.
About two dozen people presented a spirited defense of a Minneapolis mosque against rumors it had something to do with the disappearance of an estimated seven to 20 Somali boys, who may have returned to Somalia to fight on behalf of Islamic extremists.
Minnesota Public Radio's Bob Collins continues his multi-week "college tour" to hear how students are dealing with the economic downturn. This week, Bob introduces us to students from Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
The Minnesota Department of Public Health has cracked the cause of a nationwide outbreak of salmonella poisoning. It's from peanut butter delivered to nursing homes, hospitals and schools.
Twenty-three former addicts graduated from the Hennepin County Drug Court on Thursday. It's a program that has proven its worth, but still has its own struggles.
Who donated $1 million to help the victims of a devastating Burnsville fire remains a secret. But MPR's News Cut introduces us to other people who are helping put the victims' lives back together.