Emily Kaiser

Emily Kaiser

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

Emily Kaiser is 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

Dr. Joel Policzer, Lillian Landry
Listen to two physicians and one bioethics expert discuss end-of-life care and how to navigate through the tough decisions. (MPR News Update, 04/24/2015)
Motorcycle travel in Dubbo, Australia
Two riders joined us today to talk about seeing the world astride a motorcycle. ( 04/22/2015)
A cyclist on Washington Avenue
As we head into the height of biking season in the Twin Cites, two cycling experts discussed maintenance, tips for new riders and help planning spring trips. (MPR News Update, 04/17/2015)
As part of our ongoing series on policing issues in Minnesota, today we focused on how departments across the state handle recruiting and the challenges they face. ( 04/16/2015)
The Mayo Clinic CEO and two veteran reporters discussed the long history of the Medicare fix, and how a gridlocked Congress got to a solution. (MPR News Update, 04/15/2015)
A legislative audit found the University ignored "serious ethical issues" in its handling of a mentally ill drug trial patient a decade ago. That patient, Dan Markingson, committed suicide in 2004 while participating in the trial. (MPR News Update, 04/13/2015)
Pat Arndt, Minnesota State Parks and Trails communications and outreach manager, offers ideas and tips for your spring and summer adventures. ( 04/03/2015)
Dr. H. Gilbert Welch argues that Americans seek out tests, treatments and attention from doctors and "too many people are being tested and exposed to the harmful effects of the testing process." ( 04/01/2015)
Your children are likely to experiment with drugs or alcohol at some point. If you have to draw a hard line on marijuana or alcohol, which should you choose? ( 03/20/2015)
We gave some love to the basement barley out there with two guests who discuss what's on the horizon in Minnesota's home-brewing scene and offer tips and suggestions for rookies. ( 03/20/2015)
We discussed the current state of work-life balance today and what can be done to improve it. ( 03/17/2015)
We invited two recent graduates and a professor to talk about the things they wish they would've known when they were students. ( 03/13/2015)
Mary Meyer, professor of horticulture at the University of Minnesota, offers gardening tips and answered listener questions. ( 03/12/2015)
It's a nice legend, but slaves probably didn't use maps sewn in quilts to safely navigate north. (MPR News Update, 03/09/2015)
As the population of men working the Bakken oil region of North Dakota skyrocketed, the sex trade boomed too. ( 03/04/2015)