Matt Sepic Feature Archive

The Minneapolis-based company is asking residential customers who use natural gas to heat their homes to turn their thermostats down to 60 and avoid using natural gas appliances. (01/26/2014)
Byron Smith has pleaded not guilty to charges of first degree murder in the deaths of 17-year-old Nicholas Brady and 18-year-old Haile Kifer. (01/23/2014)
A patient at the Minnesota Security Hospital in St. Peter died Wednesday night from injuries inflicted by another patient, the state's Department of Human Services said Thursday morning. (01/23/2014)
New York retail analyst Howard Davidowitz says there could be even more cuts coming down the pike. "If business continues soft, management must react on the expense line. In other words you can't allow overhead to grow out of proportion. Target is a discount business," he said. (01/23/2014)
The DFLer says the ability to remotely disable a stolen phone would both deter theft and help protect users' data, and the measure has the support of law enforcement. But critics say such technology won't work -- and could have some bad consequences. (01/22/2014)
Events started Monday morning at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul with a discussion of the upcoming legislative session sponsored by the Council on Black Minnesotans. (01/20/2014)
The 400 million dollar development is expected to include two office towers, parking for the stadium, housing and a public park. (01/19/2014)
Construction of the Green Line -- also known as Central Corridor -- is almost finished. Metro Transit will announce a launch date for the line on Wednesday. (01/19/2014)
Russian words were found in one of the variants of the virus, and parts of the malware were developed by a Russian criminal, said Tiffany Jones, a senior vice president at iSight Partners, a Dallas company that focuses on cyber threat intelligence. (01/16/2014)
Both U.S. Army recruiters survived. Authorities say one of the victims was stuck under Enrico Taylor's Jeep SUV for almost a mile. The other rolled over the top of the vehicle but was largely uninjured. (01/15/2014)
Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority Chair Michele Kelm-Helgen said the agency is seeking to have the plaintiffs post a $50 million surety bond. Kelm-Helgen said that would allow the authority to recover costs associated with any delays. (01/13/2014)
Cassim was arrested in April for posting a satirical video on YouTube about youth culture in Dubai. After intervention by U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar and the State Department, Emirati officials deported the 29-year-old man back to Minnesota. (01/09/2014)
Shezanne Cassim, 29, of Woodbury, was accused of violating the country's cyber crimes law. He was arrested in Dubai in April after posting on a 20-minute video on Youtube poking fun at the country's hip-hop culture. (01/09/2014)
How will the light rail tracks co-exist -- if it all -- with existing freight tracks, especially near Cedar Lake? The slender strip of land between Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles known as the Kenilworth Corridor is too narrow to add light rail alongside the existing freight rail and bike paths. (01/08/2014)
From athletes to bike commuters to homeless shelters, folks in the Twin Cities found ways to cope with Monday's journey into what weather forecaster's came to call the "Arctic vortex." Some kept to their bike commuting schedules. Others coped with crowded homeless shelters. (01/07/2014)