Artist George Morrison was born in an American Indian fishing village near Lake Superior, but his art career took him all around the world.
DFL Gov. Mark Dayton is trying to meet with legislative leaders this week in hopes of heading off a potential showdown over the state lottery.
Bruce Kramer isn't as worried about his increasing pain as he is about losing his power to communicate.
Dayton unveiled a two-year, $42 billion general fund spending blueprint last Tuesday.
The lineup for the station's birthday concert is fittingly eclectic.
Saturday and Sunday night are expected to bring significant snowfall to the state this weekend.
"Mr. Sandman" by the Chordettes was No. 1 on the Billboard charts 60 years ago today.
State lawmakers are considering legislation that would increase privacy protections for electronic communications like emails and text messages.
Billy Idol will be a the Turf Club in St. Paul tonight. His acoustic set, hosted by Mary Lucia, is part of The Current's 10th anniversay celebration.
Howard Sinker discussed the Packers-Seahawks game with Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer.
DFLers in the Minnesota Senate are expected to release a transportation funding plan Monday that would raise new tax revenue for roads, bridges and transit.
Lawmakers introduced their first bills
Thursday. One of those bills in the Senate aims to encourage more doctors and other medical professionals to work in rural and underserved areas.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with University of Minnesota climatologist Mark Seeley about this week's bitter cold.
The new year will bring fresh challenges to several Twin Cities media institutions, says longtime media critic and Southwest Journal writer David Brauer. MPR's Cathy Wurzer sat down with him to review the year's events and preview what's to come.
While the Vikings played their final game of the season this weekend in Minneapolis, the Gophers were practicing in Orlando, where temperatures reached 80 degrees.