Mark Seeley: Wet weather speaks to broader climate trend Climatologist Mark Seeley says all this wet weather is part of a broader precipitation trend in Minnesota -- a trend representative of a changing climate. Both the "character and quantity" of Minnesota's precipitation is changing, he told MPR's Cathy Wurzer.6:55 a.m.
Songs of Sufi love from a Hindustani voice anchored in Minnesota Encountering Pooja Goswami Pavan's voice for the first time is startling. It's a soaring sound, slipping between notes with ease, bending with exquisite control, the product of years of Hindustani vocal training that began when she was a child growing up in India.7:25 a.m.
Lessons learned from 2012 Duluth floods Floodwater from recent rains continues to cause problems across the state this morning. Cathy Wurzer checked in with Mayor Don Ness in Duluth, where a major flood just two years ago drew national attention.8:15 a.m.
Pino's long-awaited debut a success MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Howard Sinker about Yohan Pino, who made his first major league start yesterday. He helped the Minnesota Twins beat the Chicago White Sox 4-2. He spent about a decade in the minor leagues before being called up.8:45 a.m.
Spoon to headline Rock the Garden Sunday Today's Morning Edition music is Spoon's track "Rent I Pay" from the band's forthcoming album, "They Want My Soul." The band will headline the second day of day, Sunday, of Rock the Garden at the Walker Arts Center this weekend.8:49 a.m.
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