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A Washington Post/Kaiser Family Foundation poll found that despite hardships, a vast majority of transgender adult respondents said they were happier than before they transitioned.
Sent just hours after Fox News called the election for Joe Biden, Minnesotan Marlene Bourne’s wild email falsely claimed “a piece of software” was inserted into Dominion voting machines that would change votes for Donald Trump to Biden.
“Here’s The Truth with Georgia Fort” premiers March 11 on The CW Twin Cities, airing Saturdays at 11 a.m.
“The one thing that the GOP and the DFL can agree on is that they don’t wanna support Black media. They might not agree with nothing else, but that one thing they have in common,” said Sheletta Brundidge, a Minnesota media personality and podcaster.
The games, rather than featuring callers or listeners, are played by station staffers and on-air bit players, with occasional help from personalities at sister radio stations in the same office.
ThreeSixty Journalism has been around for more than 20 years, partnering with the University of St. Thomas with a mission is to change how newsrooms look and the resulting narratives.
The St. Paul native and recent graduate of New York’s Hofstra University is NABJ’s Student Journalist of the Year.
This year, the longtime Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder writer was inducted into the United States Basketball Writers Association Hall of Fame for his coverage of women’s college basketball.
About eight months ago, Sack said, he began to feel numbness in the fingers of his drawing hand. Numbness and tingling soon spread up his arm, all the way up to the shoulder. A neurologist diagnosed carpal tunnel syndrome and nerve issues.
In February, the Star Tribune announced that Dardarian, currently the No. 2 leader in the newsroom, will succeed outgoing Editor Rene Sanchez.
CherryRoad Media CEO Jeremy Gulban says the company plans to invest in the newspapers, not mine them for assets.
Reeves’ death on Jan. 6, of complications from COVID-19, silenced one of the area’s most influential voices.
For journalism in Minnesota, 2021 turned out to be a much better year than 2020.
Publisher Tesha Christensen believes there’s a potential market in covering neighborhoods previously served by the now defunct Southwest Journal.
The idea for StartMN grew out of Twin Cities Business’ podcast, which focuses on entrepreneurship and leadership.
The former Star Tribune board chair will lead an organization that’s experienced internal tumult, yet it has the potential to make a big impact on political and cultural affairs.
Instead of relying solely on advertising, Racket — which launches August 18 — hopes to generate revenue through subscriptions.
The AP will no longer name those arrested for minor crimes when the news service is unlikely to cover the story’s subsequent developments.
What happened. And what it could mean in November.
Before COVID-19 shut down the world, Jane McClure was often the only reporter covering many community meetings in St. Paul.