Today in the Daily Planet


“Hmong community silent as Central Corridor LRT plan moves forward”:
By Wameng Moua, Hmong Today
Hmong leaders are frustrated by the lack of community response to University Avenue plan

“The breast cancer gene: Would you want to know?”:
By Kelly Westhoff, Minnesota Women’s Press
With genetic testing technology, women now can learn whether they’re carrying the breast cancer gene, but the question becomes: Do you want to know?

“Education summit focuses on immigrant programs”:
By Tom LaVenture, Asian American Press
A St. Paul forum explores the need for more English as a Second Language and other immigrant education programs

“Owners of Seward eco-home turn their ideals into reality”:
By Cyn Collins, The Bridge
Jim Jacobson and Jane Garvin have retrofitted their Minneapolis home to move toward energy independence

“Sudden deafness is a medical emergency”:
By Monique Hammond, Special to the Daily Planet
One woman’s struggle with sudden hearing loss