MPR News Update for Sept. 17, 2014
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Another nice looking
late summer day in Minnesota tomorrow... It's apple picking time in Minnesota — see for yourself in this photo gallery... On The Daily Circuit tomorrow, hear about the most anticipated TV shows of the fall season...
Enterovirus D68 cases confirmed in Minnesota Minnesota health officials suspected the respiratory illness was already sickening people in the state. On Wednesday, it was confirmed.
Vikes owners admit 'mistake,' bar Peterson from team; Nike cuts ties Sponsors and retailers pushed back at the Vikings' Monday decision to let Peterson play while his child abuse case worked its way through the legal system.
Suspect nabbed in State Fair beer hall robbery One person is in custody in connection with the Aug. 29 armed robbery of a craft brewer operation at the Minnesota State Fair, fair officials said Wednesday.
MacArthur 'genius grant' winner welcomes boost to work on Native American domestic violence Sarah Deer is the co-director of William Mitchell College's Indian Law clinic.
McFadden hits Franken over MNsure woes Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden used PreferedOne's exit from MNsure to attack incumbent Sen. Al Franken for supporting the Affordable Care Act.
For rent soon: 30 new apartments in Roseau to ease housing crunch Apartments in the city of 2,600 are such a rare commodity that there is often a waiting months-long waiting list for those that do come available.
Tensions over downtown land test Ryan Companies-Minneapolis relationship The two have partnered for decades on big, city-subsidized projects. But even beautiful partnerships get tested.
Man charged with murder for hire in 2 ND deaths The accused is also charged with eight counts of conspiracy to commit murder for hire and one count of conspiracy to distribute heroin.
Photos: Picking your own makes apples seem a little sweeter Although it's early in the fall apple season, apple growers are starting to harvest and invite guests to pick a variety of apples on their own. This week, the Aamodt's Apple Farm in Stillwater is open for visitors to pick Sweet Sixteen apples, and visitors took advantage of the good weather.
Pedal Hub: Spreading bike love In this installment, the Pedal Hub crew answers a listener who wants advice on how to create a cycling scene in his hometown of... Oklahoma City.
Appetites: A guide to Minn. food for out-of-towners MPR News' Tom Crann talked with editor James Norton about food and drink reviews featured in The Heavy Table, an online food magazine.
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