Cathy Wurzer Feature Archive

Today's Morning Edition music is from the song "Let 'Em Say" which is a new release featuring two popular Minneapolis-based singers. (08/14/2014)
Nobody likes taking tests, whether in school or a doctor's office. But not everyone has experienced tests the way Bruce Kramer has. (08/14/2014)
Today's music is from 30 years ago this week when "Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker, Jr. was the No. 1 song on the U.S. pop charts. (08/13/2014)
Johnson won the GOP primary yesterday with just over 30 percent of the vote. (08/13/2014)
The U.S. is expecting its largest corn and soybean crops ever this fall. With supply so high, crop prices are low -- so low that farmers may end up selling at a loss. (08/13/2014)
The first-time candidate is challenging Democrat Al Franken, a well funded incumbent, in the general election race. (08/13/2014)
Today's Morning Edition music is from the latest creation of Britain's master of the mash-up Mark Vidler. (08/12/2014)
Today's Morning Edition music is from the Beatles with "I'll Cry Instead" a track off the "A Hard Days Night" soundtrack. (08/11/2014)
The Minnesota Vikings are hoping that defensive tackle Linval Joseph will be ready to play by the regular season opener on September 7. (08/11/2014)
Today's Morning Edition music is from Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson from their 1978 hit album "Waylon and Willie." (08/08/2014)
Sources are reporting that the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached an agreement to trade star forward Kevin Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers. (08/08/2014)
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with University of Minnesota Climatologist Mark Seeley about the lack of rain in most of Minnesota for the past few weeks. \ (08/08/2014)
Today's Morning Edition music is the song "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me" by Elton John. It's a track off his album "Caribou" which was No. 1 the charts 40 years ago this week. (08/07/2014)
People who want to learn more about synthetic drugs can now turn to a new state website. The site describes common symptoms of synthetic drug use. (08/07/2014)
In an executive order issued Monday, Dayton said the portion of state employees who are disabled has shrunk significantly over the past 15 years. (08/07/2014)