Millions of Americans could lose their food assistance in a federal government shutdown. But the Minnesota Department of Health says it has money to continue providing benefits — for now. We learn more.
The latest drought monitor map had some bright spots. A state climatologist gives the details.
And we turn the dial to celebrate Radio K, the University of Minnesota’s Public Radio Station, which turns 30 Sunday, with the founder and the first marketing manager.
Fall in Minnesota is beautiful and fleeting. We talk with a blogger who wants to help people soak up the season.
And we talk Twins, Vikings and the Twin Cities marathon with resident sports guys Wally Langfellow and Eric Nelson.
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