Matt Sepic Feature Archive

The killing of a western Minnesota boy by his stepmother is leading some state legislators to reconsider a child protection law they passed just four months ago. (09/09/2014)
The "Fight for $15" campaign has spread across the country in recent years. It's the first time that workers in Minnesota have officially joined in. (09/04/2014)
More than 50,000 vehicles travel through the Hennepin-Lyndale corridor every day, and the pavement, signaling systems and pedestrian crossings are all in need of major upgrades. (09/01/2014)
Five months ago, the city appeared to be on a collision course with the Metropolitan Council over the project. (08/29/2014)
Thomas Syzdek of Minneapolis took money from his roommate William Meredig, shortly after Meredig suffered a stroke. (08/29/2014)
Backers of the bid say a World's Fair would put Minnesota on a global stage and bring in millions of tourists and their money. (08/28/2014)
The bird was rehabilitated at the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center after it was hit by a bus in the nation's capital. (08/22/2014)
Minneapolis clinic to close now that many patients have health insurance (08/22/2014)
The medical device maker's purchase of Covidien brings tax advantages, and a rash of rebukes. (08/19/2014)
The food distributor and retailer says hackers have broken into its computer network and might have stolen credit card data. (08/15/2014)
The new effort came just a day after new CEO Brian Cornell's first day at work, a sign of the urgency executives feel to get Canada on track. (08/13/2014)
The lawsuit alleges that the Minnesota Sex Offender Program is unconstitutional because it keeps offenders locked up indefinitely. (08/11/2014)
The company says breach-related costs will reach $148 million in the second quarter. Insurance will cover one quarter of that amount. (08/05/2014)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded $250,000 each to Open Door Health Center of Mankato and Sawtooth Mountain Clinic in Grand Marais. The funding comes from the Affordable Care Act. (08/03/2014)
For years, many Somali-American money transfer businesses in the Twin Cities have had a hard time staying in business. (08/01/2014)