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City Pages

Fan creates City Pages archive, Star Tribune tells him to remove it

After word spread that the defunct newspaper's website would go down, a fan created his own copy. Then he got a cease and desist letter.

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Christian music broadcaster revealed as buyers of Go Radio

Educational Media Foundation. operates the K-Love brand, which has a presence already in the Twin Cities.

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The Star Tribune is shutting down City Pages

The free newspaper was bought by the Star Tribune in 2015.

Minnesota Public Radio MPR

Why is the Chinese government demanding information from MPR?

The demand came from China's foreign ministry on Monday.

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TV news stalwart Pat Kessler to retire after 36 years at WCCO

He is one of the Twin Cities' most respected political reporters.

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Man verbally abuses TV reporter in Moorhead, vandalizes station car

The incident happened as reporter Joshua Peguero was preparing to do a liveshot Tuesday.

Minnesota Public Radio MPR

MPR News reporter resigns, says outlet sat on misconduct story about Current DJ

Marianne Combs has been with the news organization for 23 years.

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iHeartRadio launches Black news station in the Twin Cities

BIN launched in 21 markets nationwide, and will air on 93.3 FM in the Twin Cities.

YouTube TV, FSN

YouTube TV adds more channels, but hikes subscription fee to $65

The streaming service says the new price reflects the cost of content.

Minnesota Public Radio MPR

MPR announces 28 job cuts, end of 'Live From Here'

The broadcaster and news service is under major budget pressure.

Paul McEnroe

Acclaimed Twin Cities investigative reporter Paul McEnroe dies

He spent nearly 40 years of his life breaking stories for the Star Tribune and KSTP-TV.

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Numerous journalists injured by law enforcement response in Minneapolis

One reporter was filming when a cop pepper-sprayed him as he was lying on the ground.

Lou Raguse

KARE 11 reporter Lou Raguse harassed again while covering protest

It's the second time in a week that Raguse has been targeted.

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Ramie Makhlouf says emotional goodbye to SKOR North

"We're all going to land on our feet...I just wish we could have done it together."

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Newspapers close, staff cut as coronavirus hits the Minnesota media

Two Twin Cities titles are shutting down, while there are cuts at other media outlets.

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Randy Shaver 1 of 5 new inductees to MN Broadcasting Hall of Fame

The Class of 2020 was announced by the Pavek Museum on Tuesday.

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A hidden gem, the Pavek Museum is a haven for electronic communication

The St. Louis Park museum is one of the Twin Cities' best kept secrets.

Notorious hedge fund buys Minnesota media group and its 11 newspapers

Alden Global Capital has been referred to as a hedge fund "vampire."

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In one Seattle newsroom, the Vikings beat the 49ers

This is the kind of alternate reality Vikings fans crave.

Nancy Cassutt

MPR news director leaving for a year-long post in Los Angeles

Nancy Cassutt says she plans to return to MPR when the year is up.