Nikki Tundel Feature Archive

Radiohead offers music lovers a name-your-own-price payment plan. What kind of message is the band trying to send? (10/10/2007)
Radiohead's new album is available for $15. Or $3.50. Or even 7 cents. Basically, it's yours for whatever you choose to pay. (10/04/2007)
Pornography, cocaine and death. Such things could easily make the list of top power-ballad themes. Coincidentally, they're also some of the topics the Supreme Court will be throwing around this session. (10/01/2007)
Reporter Nikki Tundel suggests a family-friendly weekend activity. And she's betting it's one of the few that includes both latrines and a cholera tent. (09/28/2007)
More than 4 million Iraqis have been displaced from their homes. Who's taking them in? And who isn't? (09/27/2007)
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has announced who will be rebuilding the 35W bridge. But that doesn't mean the public is done offering opinions on the structure. (09/21/2007)
It's one of the mysteries of modern life. You run into Target for aluminum foil and floor cleaner. Yet you emerge with an art deco toaster and a pair of red lacquer bar stools. (09/18/2007)
Thousands of 4-Hers flood the fairgrounds to showcase their sheep and cattle and swine. But just what do all these farm kids do when they're not in the judging ring? (08/31/2007)
What's life like today, 730 days after the most expensive natural catastrophe in U.S. history? (08/29/2007)
These days, people hit the state fair grandstand to take in the musical acts. But in the early days of the Great Minnesota Get-Together, the grandstand was the place to watch planes crash into buildings and locomotives collide head-on. (08/24/2007)
War protests have done little to stop the war in Iraq. Why do people continue to stand on the street with peace signs? (08/22/2007)
If this were a reality show, now would be the "big reveal" moment. (08/13/2007)
Meet Stephen Burt, our poet turned lyricist, who wrote the words for our Songs from Scratch project. (08/12/2007)
Citizen's arrests are legal everywhere from New Zealand to Hong Kong to here in Minnesota. But just how does a regular citizen go about apprehending a drunk driver or an armed robber? (08/07/2007)
Minneapolis police officers say nothing could have prepared them for what they found when they arrived on the scene of the I-35 bridge collapse. (08/06/2007)