General Announcements

Six months ago, the 35W bridge collapsed. With debates about fault, grief and haste, it might be easy to lose track of the human toll.

5th District Congressman Keith Ellison spoke at the University of Minnesota’s Law School Monday, following his trip to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Ellison voiced mixed reactions following the trip.

Following a period of steady economic decline, Minnesota is currently facing a recession. How are Minnesota’s small businesses coping with potentially hazardous economic climate?

Former Senator John Edwards officially withdrew from the Democratic Presidential campaign today. He spoke with his family at his side at the site of his public campaign declaration a few months ago in New Orleans, Louisiana. KFAI’s Lauretta Dawolo captured Edwards’ final remarks and spoke with one of his biggest local supporters.

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In less than nine months, St. Paul is hosting an event that the whole world is looking at: the Republican National Convention. Thousands of delegates and media representatives are going to be in St.

As Super Tuesday approaches on February 5th, a local voter rights organization is gearing up to generate awareness among the local community about voter fraud and discrepencies.

The Coalition to March on the Republican National Convention (RNC) and Stop the War secured permits today for the Minnesota State Capitol complex.

Vincent James may be the best-kept secret in Minneapolis architecture.

Award-winning journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault was this year’s keynote speaker for the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Breakfast at the Convention Center.

Ms. Myrlie Evers-Williams was this year’s guest speaker for the 18th Annual Birthday Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration at the Basilica of St. Mary Catholic Church.