Minnesota Was The Birth Place Of Intercollegiate BasketballIt's the most exciting time of the year for college basketball, but did you know the first intercollegiate basketball game was played in Minnesota?
Minnesotan To Meet: Hamline University President Dr. Fayneese MillerDoctor Fayneese Miller is Hamline University's 20th president, and its first African American president. After spending most of her collegial life on the east coast, Miller made the move to the Midwest and took over as president last July.
Hamline University Adjunct Faculty Ratify 1st ContractAdjunct faculty members at Hamline University in St. Paul have overwhelmingly approved their first contract since forming a union. Base pay for the approximately 200 covered instructors will rise by 20 to 30 percent over two years.
Good Question: How Do Executive Actions Work?President Obama took a number of executive actions Tuesday regarding gun control, saying the gun lobby is holding Congress hostage. "There are actions within my legal authority that we can take to help reduce gun violence and save more lives," President Obama said.
Looking To Improve Your Health? Try Donating To CharityWith the start of a new year, many of us are vowing to exercise more and eat healthier. But there’s something else to think about that could improve your health: donating money to charitable causes.
Wild Call Up St. Paul Goalie To Be Rangers BackupA St. Paul man started watching Thursday's Minnesota Wild game on his couch, but soon found himself suiting up as a New York Rangers backup goalie. CBS Sports reports that semipro hockey player Santino Vasquez, a former goaltender for the Hamline University Pipers, got a call for the Wild's strength and conditioning coach.
Twin Cities Muslim Leader Reacts To Trump ControversyRepublican presidential candidate Donald Trump made waves Monday when he called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the U.S." In his statement, Trump said he wants the shutdown because he says there is great hatred towards Americans by the Muslim population.
Capitol Restoration Group Asks Public For Art InputMinnesota may be "the land of 10,000 lakes," but there are no pictures of lakes in our State Capitol building. In fact, some people may consider some of the art that is there to be offensive.
Cedar Cultural Center Welcomes 2 International Blues, Rock BandsDespite the warm weather lingering in Minnesota, the summer season is coming to a close. And with it, the summer concert season.
Good Question: How Do You Get Asylum?What is asylum? How does someone get it? Good Question.
America's Finest Para-Athletes Compete In St. PaulFor many of America's best Paralympics athletes, St. Paul is the center of attention this weekend. The U.S. Paralympics Track and Field National Championships are at Hamline University, with about 200 of the top Americans competing.
Good Question: Why Do We Have Statutes Of Limitations?Reality TV star Josh Duggar has apologized for what he called "wrongdoing" in response to reports he molested five girls starting in 2002. Authorities have reportedly said he can't be prosecuted because the statute of limitations has run out.
For St. Paul Saints, Big League Amenities At New CHS FieldWith beautiful club seats, two batting cages, a professional-level clubhouse and a restaurant overlooking the field, you might forget you're watching a minor league team at CHS Field.
Good Question: When Can Governments Call A Curfew?On Wednesday, the city of Baltimore entered into its second night of a city-wide curfew. For the next five nights, no one is allowed in public spaces from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. Some exceptions are being made for medical emergencies or people coming from or going to work.
Good Question: Just Who Gets Secret Service Protection?A new report from the Inspector General of Homeland Security found it took the Secret Service a year to replace a broken alarm system at former President George H.W. Bush's home. The Secret Service is responsible for protecting all former presidents and their spouses. So, who else do they protect?