Matt Sepic Feature Archive

Federal authorities charged a 22-year-old man Tuesday on charges that he called in phony bomb threats to the Mall of America and Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. (05/14/2013)
Big crowds are expected at the Minnesota Capitol Thursday as the Minnesota House prepares to vote on a bill to legalize same-sex marriage. (05/08/2013)
Students at Murdock Elementary School in west-central Minnesota are expected to return to their classrooms Wednesday after a leak of anhydrous ammonia prompted a precautionary evacuation. (05/08/2013)
Authorities say a collision between a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train and a semi carrying anhydrous ammonia injured at least five people. (05/07/2013)
Police in Eden Prairie say analysis shows the presence of Matula's DNA in a blood sample from a jacket found in Roe's vehicle. (05/07/2013)
A judge has refused to stop the St. Croix River bridge project amid a federal lawsuit over minority contractor participation. (05/06/2013)
The Minnesota Senate has passed a bill that extends in-state public college tuition rates to children of people who are not in the country legally. (05/01/2013)
A lawsuit could delay the St. Croix Crossing bridge project and cost the state millions, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation. (04/30/2013)
State health officials are planning to add new vaccination requirements for children in school and day care. (04/29/2013)
State officials are investigating after a worker was killed on the job at a northern Minnesota lumber mill over the weekend. (04/29/2013)
The top federal judge in Minnesota says the sequestration budget cuts are having a major impact on the court system here. (04/17/2013)
The owner of a Minneapolis company that helps Somali immigrants send money to relatives in east Africa says it will be much easier to do business now that a major bank in Minnesota has agreed to process the transactions. (04/16/2013)
Server glitches interrupted online administering of the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment test Tuesday. However students who were not able to finish may resume their exams on Wednesday. (04/16/2013)
More than 500 Minnesotans were among the thousands who ran the Boston Marathon today. One of those who narrowly escaped deadly explosions was Hennepin County Judge Jay Quam. (04/15/2013)
Workers spent the day Wednesday removing graffiti from Temple Israel synagogue in Minneapolis. The vandalism happened on the second night of Passover, but it doesn't appear to be anti-Semitic. (03/28/2013)