Emily Kaiser

Emily Kaiser

Associate Digital Producer, MPR News
Minnesota Public Radio
ekaiser@mpr.org

Emily Kaiser was an associate digital producer for MPR News with Kerri Miller. Before joining MPR in November 2011, Emily was the online content producer at Washington City Paper and staff writer at City Pages. Emily holds a print journalism degree from the University of Minnesota.

Emily Kaiser Feature Archive

4th and 14th in Dinkytown
As the Minneapolis City Council readies a Friday vote on Dinkytown's historic status, listen to three locals with a love for the neighborhood's history bring us back to the area's roots. ( 07/09/2015)
Saskatchewan fires
On this week's Climate Cast, we looked at how climate change contributes to these fires in boreal forests and is also fueled by them in what MPR Meteorologist calls a feedback loop. ( 07/09/2015)
Beijing South Station
This reading list will give you a good overview of China's last few decades, particularly its development as home to some of the world's largest tech companies. (07/08/2015)
In order to continue improving survival and prevention of heart damage, potential heart attack victims need to take action more quickly, heart experts said. (MPR News Update, 07/07/2015)
Saskatchewan has seen 10 times more wildfires since January than it typically sees in an entire year, said Adrian Cheung, a reporter for CBC News. ( 07/07/2015)
After Lincoln's death, a funeral train moved the president's body back to his hometown of Springfield, Ill. The train arrived there on May 3, but the funeral train car that carried Lincoln was not done with its own journey. (MPR News Update, 07/06/2015)
Two nutritional experts explain the FDA decision, why trans fat is in our food and our current understanding of a healthy diet. ( 06/18/2015)
Two travel experts discuss sites where you can stay at someone's home, eat a meal with a stranger or get a local resident to give you a tour. (MPR News Update, 06/11/2015)
Marketplace Tech's Ben Johnson analyzes the latest announcements. ( 06/11/2015)
"He was responsible for the rise of a kind of very political, very partisan way of delivering the news," she said on MPR News. (MPR News Update, 06/11/2015)
The latest research shows your gut microbiome has a profound connection to a number of diseases and issues facing humans today: Diabetes, Crohn's disease, obesity, asthma, allergies and other autoimmune diseases. (MPR News Update, 06/09/2015)
"The leadership has to change," she said on MPR News. "It just has to." (MPR News Update, 06/08/2015)
Three University of Minnesota professors explain the state's geological history, its mineral wealth and what we still don't know about mining safety. ( 06/05/2015)
The U.S. Supreme Court sided with a Muslim woman who said Abercrombie and Fitch discriminated against her because she wore a headscarf. ( 06/04/2015)
As Congress becomes increasingly divided and politically partisan, there's a "centrist premium" for candidates wanting to stay moderate, says Republic 3.0 Editor Anne Kim. ( 06/02/2015)