As we are right now in the heart of the holiday season, we've got a little twist on traditional cranberries and chestnuts.
Many of us will be covering long stretches of bleak Midwestern terrain this Thanksgiving without anything but fast food to eat. Luckily, the creators of the Heavy Table website share their best bets for North Coast road food.
Although Minnesota leads the nation in rates of home ownership, a recent report found that people of color are much less likely to own houses than whites.
Federal estimates indicate about half of the American people take a multivitamin supplement. Despite the wide use, the effects of multivitamins can still be controversial.
As the holiday shopping season approaches, commentator Sarah Lemanczyk says there is a ploy among the clothing racks of which she has grown weary.
MPR News speaks with a Minnesota man who is in Tacloban, Philippines to assess the needs of those affected by the recent typhoon.
We talk about the local food movement as if it is a relatively recently phenomenon. But one Minnesota poet and writer argues in a new book that the local food movement goes back, way back, to the indigenous populations of our region.
Medical analyst Dr. Jon Hallberg speaks with MPR News about the newly released cholesterol guidelines and what has changed with regards to treatment with statin drugs.
A plan introduced in Congress would expand early childhood education opportunities across the country.
The thought of the big Thanksgiving dinner, with all of the shimmering side dishes, can be overwhelming for many. But it is not to early to start planning, and even cooking, parts of your Thanksgiving dinner.
Tribal authorities on the Rosebud Sioux reservation in South Dakota are opening a criminal investigation into alleged sexual abuse of several boys and a teenager by the Rev. Clarence Vavra. The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis kept the priest in ministry after he admitted to abuse on the reservation in the 1970s.
MPR News reporter Madeleine Baran talked to All Things Considered host Tom Crann about the potential legal ramifications of Monday's report.
Rickets -- a disease many of us thought was long gone -- is back in the news.
Karen Diver of the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa is the only Minnesotan on the task force, and the only tribal representative from the lower 48 states.
The fate of an encampment of homeless people in the city of Duluth has become the heart of a community discussion about a growing homelessness problem there.
Even though birds are starting to head south for the winter, there's plenty to interest birdwatchers as the temperatures fall.