Matt Sepic

Matt Sepic

Newscaster/Reporter
Minnesota Public Radio
msepic@mpr.org

Matt Sepic is a newscaster and general assignment reporter for MPR News. He joined MPR in 2010. Previously he spent eight years at KWMU in St. Louis, where he reported on everything from the 2006 World Series to St. Louis' Bosnian-American community and the sale of Anheuser-Busch, often for national programs. Matt got his start in public media at WOUB at Ohio University in Athens, where he studied journalism and political science. He also worked for several years at WNIN, the public radio station in Evansville, Indiana.

Matt Sepic Feature Archive

Jesse Ventura
After days of deadlock, a jury has sided with former Gov. Jesse Ventura, finding that he was defamed in a book. (07/29/2014)
Jesse Ventura
The judge told jurors to "take one more shot" at coming to a consensus. (07/28/2014)
Lake front of a home for sale near Brainerd
If walls could talk, the ones inside an attractive house in the Brainerd Lakes area might tell the tale of boom, bust and incremental recovery in both the vacation home and wider real estate market. (07/25/2014)
The shuttered locations include stores in Apple Valley, Cottage Grove, Shoreview, Bloomington, Coon Rapids, and Maple Grove. (07/22/2014)
Despite opposition from privacy advocates, state lawmakers and Gov. Dayton this year enacted legislation that overhauls Minnesota's criminal background check system for a variety of care givers. (07/18/2014)
Unemployment is low across the upper Midwest and should drop further, Minnesota State Economist Laura Kalambokidis said. Demand for workers in neighboring Iowa and North Dakota is also helping to keep the Twin Cities unemployment rate down, she added. (07/02/2014)
Minnesota is poised for continued economic growth, though there is concern about its biofuels industry, the latest Creighton University economic index shows. (07/01/2014)
Somali-Americans in Minnesota say time is running out to resolve longstanding difficulties wiring money to relatives in east Africa. (06/27/2014)
The Washington, D.C.,-based National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy is asking the Minnesota attorney general to investigate the Otto Bremer Foundation after it fired its executive director. (06/27/2014)
Metro area home prices rose 9.4 percent over the year ending in April, the widely followed. Annual gains for March were 11 percent. (06/24/2014)
In an email to professional colleagues and friends, executive director Randi Ilyse Roth said her position is being eliminated because the foundation's three trustees have become co-CEOs. She said trustees Charlotte Johnson, Brian Lipschultz and Daniel Reardon will directly manage the foundation's staff and operations. (06/19/2014)
Minnesota's economy added 10,300 jobs in May, and the state's jobless rate fell one tenth of a percent to 4.6 percent. (06/19/2014)
Demand for apartments in the metro is strong, and average monthly rents are rising. That's making it hard for many people to find an affordable place to live. (06/18/2014)
Remittances may account for as much as 40 percent of Somalia's entire economy, according to Oxfam. This critical source of economic support could be cut off as Somalia struggles to regain stability following a quarter century of conflict. (06/18/2014)
Minnesota exported $5 billion worth of manufactured goods, mining, and farm products in the first three months of the year, a 2 percent increase over the same period in 2013. (06/12/2014)