Matt Sepic Feature Archive

More than a third of the city's schools have limited air conditioning or lack it entirely. Minneapolis Federation of Teachers President Lynn Nordgren said she's been getting a lot of complaints from teachers. (08/27/2013)
After a late-starting and fairly mild summer, Minnesotans are getting a real blast of heat this week, and it's breaking records. The mercury is expected to hit 98 degrees Tuesday. (08/27/2013)
People across the state are closing their streets to traffic Tuesday night for National Night Out block parties. (08/06/2013)
The proposed route would take riders three miles, from Lake Street and Nicollet on the city's south side, through downtown and over the river to East Hennepin Avenue. (08/06/2013)
State and federal officials begin assessing damage today from the severe thunderstorms that hit Minnesota last month. (07/08/2013)
An explosion and fire at a North Shore motel Wednesday injured two people and destroyed a building at the Lake Breeze Motel Resort on Scenic Highway 61. (07/03/2013)
Gasoline prices are below the national average in Minnesota this holiday weekend. (07/03/2013)
An emergency declaration has been issued for more than two dozen Minnesota counties affected by recent thunderstorms. (07/03/2013)
Dry weather across Minnesota this week means that water levels on the state's brimming lakes and creeks finally may start to drop. Spring's heavy rainfall raised Lake Minnetonka to near-record highs, feeding Minnehaha Creek in the west metro until it became a bursting creek. (07/03/2013)
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on Monday approved negotiations with Ryan Companies for new parking ramps and skyway bridges associated with the new Vikings stadium in downtown Minneapolis. (07/02/2013)
The family of an alleged war criminal who lives in northeast Minneapolis called on the Associated Press to retract its story. (06/15/2013)
Demonstrators Monday evening called for an independent investigation into the last month's death of a burglary suspect in a south Minneapolis home. (06/10/2013)
State health officials are expecting greater numbers of Lyme disease-carrying ticks this summer, after a lull last year. (06/10/2013)
Starting Thursday, gay and lesbian couples will be able to submit early applications for marriage licenses in several Minnesota counties. (06/05/2013)
A new study says there is a growing disparity in marijuana possession arrest rates between white people and black people in the United States, and that gap has grown especially wide in Minnesota. (06/04/2013)