Although the U.S. ranks 11th for plague worldwide, the disease is highly treatable and relatively rare.
September is Suicide Prevention Month and some local musicians are discussing their own struggles with mental health and experience with suicide.
In August, the nation marked the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. The St. Paul chapter of the NAACP today is marking it's 100th anniversary.
Nineteen years ago, Fatima Said fled the civil war in Bosnia and found herself a refugee in the United States. Today, she was at the White House being honored for her work helping thousands of immigrants and refugees.
Former Minnesota governor and congressman Al Quie is celebrating a milestone. The Republican and 35th governor of the state turns 90 years old. Quie served in congress for over 20 years, then in 1978, was elected to the office of governor where he served one term.
Rachel Hutton, senior editor of Minnesota Monthly magazine, recently took a road trip south along the Mississippi River in search of the area's best destination restaurants.
With epilepsy and seizures in the news, Dr. Jon Hallberg shares information on the condition with MPR News' Tom Crann of All Things Considered.
Bitters, which are made by dissolving spices in alcohol, are now being made by three local companies. This trendy and versatile ingredient is being used in both drinks and food.
Dr. Jon Hallberg, All Things Considered's medical analyst, explains what sarin gas is and how it affects the body.
Weekend festivals across Minnesota include the 31st annual Prairie Pothole Day, a celebration of the outdoors and education about the small bodies of water and marsh along the prairie.
Beth Dooley shares her tips and recipes for making the season's bounty last all year round through pickling and freezing.
It's been a hot week, and MPR News jumps into this weekend festivals.
The Heavy Table's James Norton and his 14-person Wrecking Crew tried more than 50 new food items at the Minnesota State Fair and reported back on the best — and the worst.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota have found evidence that some wild animals living in urban areas develop larger brains than their rural counterparts.
The southern Great Plains is a great place to eat, says Appetites contributor Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl of Minneapolis-St. Paul magazine.