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On ATC: Rodriguez eligible for death penalty

Posted at 3:32 PM on September 7, 2006 by Bill Wareham

A jury has determined that Alphonso Rodriguez Jr. is eligible for the death penalty for the murder and kidnapping of Dru Sjodin. MPR's Bob Reha will have a report on All Things Considered on that verdict and what comes next in the trial.

Political reporter Tom Scheck is looking into another flap among DFLers seeking to replace 5th District Rep. Martin Sabo, this one over a piece of literature from the campaign of Sabo aide Mike Erlandson.

Marianne Combs previews this weekend's inaugural Minnesota Heartland Tango Festival. And you thought this was the land of polka. (To put yourself in the mood for the festival you might want to check Marisa Helms' story from last November on the Mandragora Tango Orchestra. And you can't miss the Flash slideshow that went with it, The "three-minute love affair.")