MPR News Update for Nov. 26, 2014
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Thanksgiving is an American holiday, which means the ways of celebrating it are as diverse as the people living here. We want to hear about how you celebrate the holiday. What are your Thanksgiving traditions?
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Mpls. police investigate protest car crash, seek public's help Police say a 16-year-old girl was treated for minor injuries after a man drove through a crowd at Lake Street and Minnehaha Avenue. The driver is listed as a suspect.
Judge releases man charged with trying to support Islamic State U.S. Attorney Andy Luger said the 18-year-old and another man conspired to join the Islamic State "to engage in a campaign of terror in support of a violent ideology."
Prosecutors charge U of M basketball player with assault According to a complaint, Daquein McNeil struck his girlfriend with a leather belt and tried to strangle her. U of M officials suspended him from the team.
Minnesota to name medical pot makers Monday State officials on Monday take the next step toward medical marijuana when they unveil the companies chosen to manufacture the cannabis products.
Twin Cities bike tech pioneer Steve Hed dies A suburban St. Paul bike builder who helped revolutionize bike technology has died. Steve Hed was known for his eponymous bike wheel design.
Photos: A look back at Thanksgiving in Minnesota This collection of historical images offers a sample of the expected (school pageants) and the unexpected (turkey races) activities of past celebrations.
New cookbook features recipes from top local chefs Author Stephanie Meyer joined The Daily Circuit to talk about her new collection of recipes and discuss our favorite local dishes.
Appetites: Five tips for a perfect pie crust A great pie starts with the crust.
Immigration court's tight deadlines frustrate attorneys President Barack Obama's recent executive action on immigration has not slowed an accelerated docket for some children in Minnesota facing deportation.
North Dakota's state-owned flour mill poised for major expansion When its $27 million expansion is completed next fall, the Grand Forks mill will be the largest operation in the country and rank 6th among flour milling companies.
Photos: Twin Cities protests highlight racism, brutality Protests at the University of Minnesota, at a police station in south Minneapolis and marching down University Avenue in St. Paul all focused on racism and police brutality in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of a black man in Ferguson, Missouri.
Proposed stricter smog rules could pinch Minnesota Minnesota's air quality is pretty good now but federal standards are "catching up to us," a state official says.
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