Maya Rao

Reporter | Regional
Phone: 612-673-4210
Maya Rao covers regional issues in and around the state of Minnesota. She wrote for The Press of Atlantic City and The Philadelphia Inquirer before moving to Minnesota in January 2012.

Recent content from Maya Rao

Rochester becoming a hot market for foreign investors

Mayo’s expansion is driving more deals, higher valuations.

Updated: November 16, 2014, - 07:24 AM

Bakken truckers often 'haul heavy'

Overweight loads pose significant safety risks on crowded roads around the oil fields. And the frenzied pace of the industry and spotty enforcement by authorities have encouraged the rise of overloaded trucks.

Updated: November 09, 2014, - 10:09 PM

Rochester police plan to target at-risk teens raises concerns

Rochester police are proposing the use of predictive analytics to identify at-risk teens, but community members have worries.

Updated: October 24, 2014, - 11:18 PM

'Brewcations' encourage tourists to visit Minnesota breweries

As breweries open and expand around the region, and interest in craft beer intensifies, Minnesota tourism leaders are trying to encourage people to travel farther to experience them.

Updated: October 21, 2014, - 06:30 AM

May 28: Minneapolis restaurants push for change in alcohol rules

Minneapolis works with bars, restaurants to adjust laws that require a majority of sales from food – tough in era...

Updated: October 15, 2014, - 08:52 PM

American Indians in South Dakota slip through cracks of health overhaul

Nine months after Obama’s health care law expanded medical coverage for millions of people, the promised benefits are slow to reach some Indians, who already face disproportionately high rates of obesity, diabetes and mental health problems.

Updated: October 08, 2014, - 11:05 PM

Wisconsin, 10 other states join list where gay couples can marry

Move will make it legal for about 60 percent of the U.S.

Updated: October 07, 2014, - 09:43 AM

Superior rocked by robbery that turned into fatal shooting

In a quiet Wisconsin town with few homicides, a robbery ends with a slain victim.

Updated: October 03, 2014, - 09:35 PM

Cambridge school principal charged with stalking, disorderly conduct

Woman said Cambridge official was intoxicated.

Updated: September 30, 2014, - 12:43 PM

Missing Pine County children are found in Kansas

Two children are set to return home to Pine County after their father, Peter Kunze, was taken into custody in...

Updated: September 24, 2014, - 08:24 PM

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