Matt Sepic Feature Archive

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)
The team's general manager, Terry Ryan acknowledged the criticism from many fans that Gardenhire didn't have a good enough roster of players to work with. (09/30/2014)
The news comes one day after the team finished its fourth straight season of 90-plus losses. (09/29/2014)
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner ruled Bearson's death a homicide, but authorities are not saying how he was killed for fear of jeopardizing the investigation. (09/29/2014)
Officers say they found the car — with the little boy still inside — about 25 minutes after it was stolen in north Minneapolis. (09/25/2014)
Linda Carroll says the Rev. James Porter assaulted her repeatedly when she was a second-grader at St. Philip's school in Bemidji. (09/24/2014)
City officials say the Kellogg Boulevard-Third Street Bridge is safe but added they'll immediately pursue funding to rebuild it. (09/23/2014)
Police found the weapon Friday while executing a search warrant at a house north of downtown St. Paul. (09/22/2014)
Jacob Beneke's family sued Accent Signage, claiming the company should have known employee Andrew Engeldinger was a possible danger. (09/22/2014)
Minnesota's health exchange is struggling to keep up with clients' changing lives. (09/18/2014)
Among the companies selling commercial plans through MNsure, PreferredOne was the smallest by revenue, but offered the lowest prices and won the biggest slice of the pie. (09/17/2014)
Running back Adrian Peterson faces an uncertain future with the Minnesota Vikings, now that authorities in Texas say he went too far in disciplining his 4-year-old boy. (09/15/2014)
A judge Friday set bail at $2 million for Lyle "Ty" Hoffman, the man suspected of slaying a Boston Scientific executive. (09/12/2014)