Is it Fake News or Do You Just Disagree With It?

A panel of media experts dig into new challenges newsrooms and media companies face, and what you can do to make sure the news you get is accurate, timely, and not simply an echo-chamber of already-held beliefs and opinions.

Women’s March Is Springboard For Rep. Paulsen Challenger Alicia Donahue

Alicia Donahue says she was inspired by the organizing work she did for the Women’s March in St. Paul that drew more about 100,000 people. She says the “momentum” of that event is one of the reasons she “decided I’m ready to take that fight to Washington.”

Mobile Market Delivers Community, Tears Of Joy

Leah Porter set out to bring healthy, affordable food to people who don’t normally have access to it. Her Mobile Market accomplished that, but it brought a few surprises as well—a better connected and compassionate community.

Running For St. Paul: DFL Mayoral Candidate Forum

Differences among the candidates were more in emphasis than in priorities: everyone spoke about the importance of education, jobs, and affordable housing, as well as parks and rec, libraries, transportation, and investment in neighborhoods.

Howling For Wolves Rally At Capitol

Wolf Supporters Rally For Hunting Ban

Defenders of wolves raised a howl at the Capitol for Wolf Day 2017. They want the legislature to repeal the wolf hunting law and to ban snaring of all wild animals.