Matt Sepic Feature Archive

Officers tried to serve 128 warrants in all, and will continue looking for people still not in custody. (10/23/2014)
The pedestrian was walking in an area not meant for pedestrians at about 6:30 p.m. when he was hit. (10/23/2014)
First lady Michelle Obama told a crowd of supporters in Minneapolis on Thursday that Democrats should not tune out the midterm elections because that will help Republicans. (10/21/2014)
The number of workers on the site will increase to around 800 in January, and more than 1,100 by the spring. (10/21/2014)
A church service was part religious revival, part public health symposium that included a state health department epidemiologist. (10/20/2014)
MPR News has confirmed the passing of Stephen Paulus. Paulus was among Minnesota's leading classical composers. He wrote hundreds of works -- including nearly 60 orchestral scores, 10 operas and 150 choral pieces. (10/19/2014)
He wrote hundreds of works, including nearly 60 orchestral scores, 10 operas and 150 choral pieces. (10/19/2014)
The troubled nonprofit social service organization that is the subject of a state investigation has suspended CEO Bill Davis without pay. (10/14/2014)
The Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis president John Delmonico said Dayton has always been a strong law enforcement advocate. (10/12/2014)
The new team of social workers, Hennepin County Medical Center personnel and other health specialists will ensure new inmates receive proper medical care. (10/09/2014)
Police Chief Janee Harteau requested the assessment, which looked at six years of records from the department's internal affairs unit. (10/08/2014)
In Minnesota, many people from Liberia know someone in their homeland who has been sickened or killed by Ebola. (10/08/2014)
The north Twin Cities metro is home to one of the largest Liberian-American populations in the United States. (10/05/2014)
Minnesota's 2015 premiums will be the lowest of any in the nation, the Commerce Department says. Critics argue the 4.5 percent average masks some big rate hikes. (10/01/2014)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency told Minnesota on Tuesday it had denied the state's appeal to add the southern metro county to a disaster declaration. (09/30/2014)