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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Upper D Street in MendotaIn tiny Mendota, fear that a landslide will get bigger
    There's a landslide on the street above Mark Proctor's Mendota, Minn. house. It might get bigger. That means he and his neighbors had to leave.5:19 p.m.
  • Taste of Minnesota moving to Waconia
    The traditional Fourth of July festival has had a checkered history. After starting successfully at the State Capitol, it moved to Harriet Island in St. Paul. A reboot of the event in 2009 met with mixed success, and went bankrupt amid acrimony with the city of St. Paul and vendors in 2010.5:24 p.m.
  • Rep. Michele BachmannObscure Ex-Im Bank becomes target of Bachmann, Republicans
    The Export-Import Bank is facing new scrutiny from Republicans including Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann, who view it as little more than a subsidy for large, politically connected corporations. But business organizations like the Chamber of Commerce are frantically lobbying members to save the bank.5:25 p.m.
  • Immigration petitionReporter Damien Cave on what he learned from I-35
    The New York Times explored the I-35 corridor in "The Way North." Reporter Damien Cave and photographer Todd Heisler journeyed through the heart of the country reporting on how immigration has changed the landscape.5:52 p.m.
  • Shore lunchAppetites: Shore lunch puts freshest fish on menu
    Beth Dooley, author of "Minnesota's Bounty: the Farmers Market Cookbook," joined MPR News' Tom Crann to talk about shore lunch.6:24 p.m.

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