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

Ray Kmetz spoke before the City Council in 2014.
Authorities arrested a person they say illegally bought a gun for Raymond Kmetz, who opened fire at New Hope City Hall and was killed by police. Two more guns were found. (01/30/2015)
Remittance rally
Twin Cities businesses that help Somali-Americans wire cash to east Africa are again at risk of shutting down. (01/30/2015)
Under the new rules, all homes that are 4,500 square feet or larger (including basements) must have fire sprinkers, a requirement the Minnesota State Fire Chiefs Association applauds. (01/27/2015)
Lakeville-based MOM Brands makes Golden Puffs, Frosted Mini Spooners and other cereals as well as hot wheat and oatmeal products. (01/26/2015)
Minnesota's December rate remains significantly lower than the U.S. rate of 5.6 percent, but not all is well on the state's job front. (01/22/2015)
U.S. Bank CEO Richard Davis says he expects a big boost in borrowing against lines of credit at current interest rates if business customers think the fed is about to pull the trigger. (01/21/2015)
"Move-up" buyers are starting to look for more expensive homes, observers say, though the long term trend among young buyers remains a concern. (01/20/2015)
Narayana Kocherlakota talked oil, employment and interest rates during a wide-ranging public forum Thursday night. (01/09/2015)
A state health official said the child had an underlying health condition. But she warned that this year the flu is hitting early and hard. (12/24/2014)
Online shopping gets the credit for a big increase in holiday shipping. (12/23/2014)
Propane prices have dropped but the root of the issue still has to be addressed: finding a replacement for the pipeline that connects the Midwest to propane suppliers in western Canada. (12/22/2014)
Officials would not provide any details, nor would they say if the child had any other health problems. (12/19/2014)
The state unemployment rate slipped to a seasonally adjusted 3.7 percent, officials say. (12/18/2014)
The big drop in oil prices affects anyone doing business with North Dakota oil producers, but some see it as temporary and Minnesota companies say they remain optimistic. (12/16/2014)
The Metropolitan Airports Commission voted Monday to approve the policy, which covers workers including cabin cleaners, cart drivers, and wheelchair assistants. (12/16/2014)