High-speed rail on the horizon President Obama's announcement of $8 billion in stimulus funds for high-speed rail projects has rail advocates excited over the future of train travel in America. But critics say the money won't go far and could be better spent on other transportation projects.9:06 a.m.
Rep. Linda Slocum: DFL-Richfield, state representative and vice chair of the Midwest Interstate Passenger Rail Commission.
Andrew Selden: Minneapolis attorney and vice president of law and policy for the United Rail Passenger Alliance.
Adrian Moore: Vice president of research at the Reason Foundation.
Veggie mania Inspired by the local food movement and interested in saving money, more people are planning vegetable gardens this spring. Minnesota garden experts have ideas for extending the growing season in our cold climate.10:06 a.m.
Bob Olen: Extension educator in horticulture, Minnesota Extension in Duluth.
Peter Moe: Director of operations at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Michael Tortorello: Writes a blog this summer for the New York Times called The Starter Garden.