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All Things Considered
Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Minnesota Public Radio Stories

  • Minneapolis water treatment plantWater, water everywhere -- but how does it get there?
    It's easy to take water for granted. After all, you just turn a faucet and it pours right out. But how does it get to our faucet? In this episode of Brains On, we explore the water cycle from rain to your drain.3:53 p.m.
  • Minneapolis water treatment plantWater, water everywhere -- but how does it get there?
    It's easy to take water for granted. After all, you just turn a faucet and it pours right out. But how does it get to our faucet? In this episode of Brains On, we explore the water cycle from rain to your drain.3:55 p.m.
  • Dr. Hallberg on rising use of antibiotics
    Antibiotic use is up substantially around the world, according to a new study. Dr. Jon Hallberg joined MPR News' Tom Crann to talk more about the study.4:49 p.m.
  • 35E constructionAs Congress fights over highway funding, roads feel pinch
    A tiny tax on motor fuel that's used to help clean up leaking gas station tanks has some extra cash in it. It's one of the places House Republicans and Senate Democrats plan to scrounge to keep the highway trust fund from going broke in a few weeks.4:53 p.m.
  • Jennifer HaselbergerUnder oath, whistleblower challenges Archbishop Nienstedt over abuse testimony
    In her sworn statement, the former archdiocese chancellor also accused top church leaders of a "cavalier attitude" towards the safety of children, and contradicted sworn testimony by former top church deputies Peter Laird and Kevin McDonough and archdiocese attorney Andrew Eisenzimmer.5:19 p.m.
  • Lawyers conclude arguments on challenge to sex offender program
    A legal challenge by two sex offenders currently held as part of Minnesota's Sex Offender Program could have broader implications for the state's nearly 700 patients.5:24 p.m.
  • Billy BeanMLB aims to make gay players welcome
    Major League Baseball has appointed former outfielder Billy Bean, who came out as gay after his playing career, to serve as a consultant in guiding the sport toward greater inclusion and equality.5:51 p.m.

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