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

Protesters put up signs and left stuffed animals.
Walter Palmer could ride out the storm if he remains contrite, says a crisis expert. (07/30/2015)
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says the plumbing company's Plymouth office violated the Americans with Disabilities Act by firing an employee after he was wounded. (07/14/2015)
Bob Alberti
Labor's share of total income has fallen dramatically while investment income flowing to the very wealthy continues to rise. (07/14/2015)
The Twin Cities housing market has reached a 10-year high. (07/13/2015)
The interim leader of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis received a warm welcome from Catholics Sunday. (07/12/2015)
The workers were doing repair work above the 50th floor when their scaffold tilted. (07/08/2015)
Minneapolis police are investigating three shootings that wounded eight people early Sunday morning. (07/05/2015)
The ruling will allow attorneys to take depositions of top diocese officials about how they handled sex abuse cases. (06/30/2015)
The Supreme Court's ruling on Friday making gay marriage legal in all 50 states gave attendees at the weekend Pride festival reason to celebrate. And they did. (06/28/2015)
"Our faith will not be stolen," said Nazim Fakir, pastor at St. Peter's African Methodist Episcopal Church in Minneapolis. (06/21/2015)
Civilly committed sex offenders had sued Minnesota, claiming it's unconstitutional to keep them locked up indefinitely. A judge agreed, although Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesota intends to defend its law. (06/17/2015)
Under the deal, CVS signs will go up at 1,660 pharmacy departments inside Target stores. Target's 80 clinic locations will be renamed CVS MinuteClinics. (06/15/2015)
The shutdown is part of an effort to stem the upstream migration of invasive carp on the Mississippi River. (06/10/2015)
Others say the charges would not have been necessary had church officials handled abuse allegations properly. (06/08/2015)
The inflation rate is running near zero thanks to cheap fuel, according to Narayana Kocherlakota. The low inflation translates to slow growth in wages and jobs. (MPR News Update, 06/02/2015)