Heard on the radio. (Mn. Public Radio's Morning Edition host) Seen on TV. (TPT's Almanac program) Author. Filmmaker. Lover of horses, history and road trips.

With free holiday shipping, Target jockeys for position

mprnews.org — For the first time, Target is offering free shipping this holiday season. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with RSR Research retail analyst Paula Rosenblum about the develeopment

Minn. nurses don't feel ready to meet Ebola threat, union chief says

mprnews.org — "We do not feel we have the information we need to care for patients," Minnesota Nurses Association President Linda Hamilton tells MPR News.

As ALS makes him wind down, Bruce Kramer reaches out

mprnews.org — Live blog Gov. Mark Dayton, Jeff Johnson debate in Duluth Editor's note: This is part of our continuing series of stories about Bruce Kramer, the former dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling at the University of St. Thomas, as he copes with life after being diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

Suicide in Minnesota: More data will mean more effective prevention efforts

mprnews.org — Minnesota has only a spotty understanding of who is committing suicide and why. MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Jon Roesler, an Epidemiologist Supervisor with the state about the matter.

The story behind St. Paul's expensive settlement

mprnews.org — MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with Minnesota Public Radio reporter Curtis Gilbert about how the city's third largest settlement could have been avoided.

As his ALS progresses, Bruce Kramer finds joy in daily life

mprnews.org — Editor's note: This is part of our continuing series of stories about Bruce Kramer, the former dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling at the University of St. Thomas, as he copes with life after being diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease.

For a Cadillac ride, hop on a Peruvian

mprnews.org — It's another day at the Minnesota State Fair, and we're meeting another animal on Morning Edition. Today we're checking in on one of host Cathy Wurzer's favorite animals at the fair - horses.

The day Dylan turned the Beatles on

mprnews.org — Today is the 50th anniversary of the day in 1964 when Bob Dylan met the Beatles for the first time and gave them their first taste of marijuana. Paul McCartney was quite taken with the thoughts the drug inspired and asked the band's road manager Mal Evans to follow him around with a notepad and take down all his profound insights.

Dive bar band plays First Avenue

mprnews.org — Lake Street Dive will be performing tonight at First Avenue in Minneapolis. The band was started by students at the New England Conservatory of Music.

An all-nighter for a barred owl at the Minnesota State Fair

mprnews.org — We're exploring the State Fair's many animals this week. This time around, Cathy Wurzer took a break from the barns and found Danielle O'Neill with the Wildlife Science Center.
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Oct 24, 2014

We've literally gone to the birds on #tptalmanac tonight! Watch what else we have! pic.twitter.com/AgGMlLMGG1

Oct 24, 2014

RT @afansview: What it looks like on my side of the wall when me 'n' @CathyWurzer talk about Jerry Kill rumors at 8:45 on @MPRnews. pic.twitter.com/gSCvvYnQj1

Oct 24, 2014

RT @minnesotabrown: Brown on the Air: I journey to the big cit(ies) for the state-famous @tptAlmanac Panel tonight. tinyurl.com/peralts

Oct 24, 2014

@DonGonyea @MPR @MorningEdition Thank you Don! Safe travels on the campaign trail! It was nice hearing you "up north"

Oct 24, 2014

RT @DonGonyea: @MPR @CathyWurzer and @MorningEdition kept me in good company today on the VERY early drive from Duluth to MSP.

Oct 24, 2014

NewsBitz: NYC doc contracts Ebola. @DonGonyea visits CD8 mentions Biden, Dylan & Brad Pitt: n.pr/1oBjXgh Warm today/cooling off.

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