News & Features Archive

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Dumping out the collection bins
Minnesota set a new goal last year for metro counties to recycle and compost 75 percent of solid waste by 2030. (The Daily Circuit, 01/27/2015)
The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota is holding informational meetings around the state to help immigrants figure out whether they're eligible for the programs and how to apply. (The Daily Circuit, 01/27/2015)
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Debut novelist Rebecca Scherm crafts a tale of forgeries and frauds in the art world. (The Daily Circuit, 01/27/2015)
Minnesota transplant Jonathan Odell brings Mississippi to life in his novels.
Emanuel, oncologist and a vice provost at the University of Pennsylvania, joins The Daily Circuit to discuss skipping your annual physical.
We talk about proposals and what we've learned about the state-run health insurance exchange.
A Mayo Clinic experiment in deep brain stimulation is helping doctors learn more about how the brain reacts to epilepsy.
An estimated 1.1 million people perished at the most notorious of the German death camps. Roughly 300 Holocaust survivors from around the world are expected to attend today's ceremony.
Jared Diamond is a physician, biophysicist, ethnographer and a professor of geography at UCLA. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Guns, Germs and Steel," "Collapse," and "The World Until Yesterday" spoke in December 2014 at the Commonwealth Club of California.

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