Sea Stachura Feature Archive

Minnesota Congressman Jim Oberstar says a high-speed rail line between Chicago and the Twin Cities could be a reality within five years. (10/02/2008)
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama says it's time for Congress "to take some clear action" on a financial rescue for Wall Street. (10/01/2008)
Researchers have shown that stem cells can fully repair cardiomyopathy, a congenital heart defect that frequently leads to heart failure. (09/16/2008)
The Mayo Clinic has helped develop a technology that could help better treat Parkinson's disease and depression. (09/12/2008)
Republican Candidate Brian Davis won last night's 1st Congressional District primary. Davis faced off against long-time state senator Dick Day. Davis beat Day with more than 66 percent of the vote. (09/10/2008)
A protest that started on the State Capitol lawn yesterday afternoon ended with an estimated 300 arrests, the most of any day during the Republican National Convention. The protesters had planned to march to the Xcel Center where the RNC held its final day of events. (09/05/2008)
Authorities have searched several homes in Minneapolis and one in St. Paul Saturday ahead of the opening of the Republican National Convention. (08/30/2008)
Authorities have searched several homes in Minneapolis and one in St. Paul Saturday ahead of the opening of the Republican National Convention. (08/30/2008)
A Minneapolis company tried out treadmill desks for six months. Employees lost weight and increased productivity. (08/28/2008)
The Commonweal Theatre in Lanesboro is the only American recipient of a prestigious international Henrik Ibsen award, given by the Norwegian government. (08/26/2008)
Will I have any trouble getting a taxi during the RNC? (08/25/2008)
Seven people died in flash floods that swept over southeastern Minnesota on August 19, 2007. The region is still in recovery. (08/19/2008)
A Mayo Clinic pilot program connects average students with career opportunities and hands-on experience. (08/12/2008)
The National Transportation Safety Board grows closer to completing its investigation on the bridge collapse. Under-sized gusset plates and corrosion appear to be two factors. (08/01/2008)
Nearly a year after the I-35W bridge collapsed into the Mississippi River, the National Transportation Safety Board says its investigation has found that cracks occurred along corroded gusset plates on the failed span. (07/30/2008)