Today in the Daily Planet


“‘Miracle’ child and family battle to beat the odds”:
By Chris Nisan, Minnesota Spokesman-Recorder
The young victim of a terrifying car accident is slowly on the mend

“MInneapolis moves closer to tightening rules governing spray paint sales”:
By Craig Cox, The Minneapolis Observer
A City Council committee on Wednesday voiced strong support for a new ordinance designed to halt the spread of graffiti

“Attorney general candidate Lori Swanson touts her experience”:
By Mike McIntee, Inside Minnesota Politics
As Attorney General Mike Hatch’s chief deputy, Swanson says she’s the right person for the job

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“Radical pacifists face prison and fines for action at missile site”:
By John LaForge, Pulse of the Twin Cities
Minnesota peace activists prepare for trial after a June 20 protest in Minot, North Dakota.

“A letter to the flight attendants”:
By Peter Rachleff, Special to the Daily Planet
Northwest Airline flight attendants should be celebrated for standing up for their rights.