Today's Morning Edition music is from Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson from their 1978 hit album "Waylon and Willie."
Sources are reporting that the Minnesota Timberwolves have reached an agreement to trade star forward Kevin Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
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. \
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.
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.
In an executive order issued Monday, Dayton said the portion of state employees who are disabled has shrunk significantly over the past 15 years.
Today's Morning Edition music is from 50 years ago today when Rod Stewart performed on television for the first time.
Today's Morning Edition music is from Glen Hansard and his song "Love Don't Leave Me Waiting" from his first solo album "Rhythm and Repose."
Today's Morning Edition music is from Paul McCartney and a recording from a live performance of his during a U.S. tour in 1976.
The Minnesota Department of Health can store newborn blood samples and test results indefinitely under a new law that goes into effect today.
Charges are expected today in the shooting death of 49-year-old Mendota Heights police officer Scott Patrick. The incident comes as police departments nationwide are grappling with a recent uptick in gun violence against officers.
The Minnesota Lynx have extended their winning streak to eight games.
Today's Morning Edition music is from acclaimed jazz vocalist Tierney Sutton singing "All I Want." The song is from the 2013 album "After Blue" which is a collection of her interpretations of Joni Mitchell songs.
The Target corporation has picked a new CEO. Brian Cornell will be joining the Twin Cities-based retailer on August 12th.
Target has named a new CEO. It hired Brian Cornell, a senior executive at PepsiCo. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Brian Yarbrough, an analyst with Edward Jones, about the hire.