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4/13/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 2 PM Hour
April 14, 2014
What's the difference between the hook-up and the relationship? After that, find out how the Tim Mahoney Band is contributing to Cancer Control Month.
4/13/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 1 PM Hour
April 14, 2014
Roshini hosts a political panel with Andy Brehm and Mike Hatch. Then, WCCO host Jordana Green previews the station's Small Business event.
4/13/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 12 PM Hour
April 14, 2014
Roshini speaks with two men who were in the Boston Marathon during last year's bombing. Plus, the effects of the new state minimum wage increase.
4/6/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 2 PM Hour
April 7, 2014
We hear about the Fallen Officers Wall in Washington, D.C. Plus, Roshini opens the phone lines to discuss several Current Events topics.
4/6/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 1 PM Hour
April 7, 2014
Are women in business finally breaking through that proverbial "glass ceiling?" The Red Cross is seeking to expand the diversity of their blood supply.
4/6/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 12 PM Hour
April 7, 2014
In the wake of the latest Fort Hood shooting, Roshini looks into the topic of mental health. Then, the re-opening of Northrop Coliseum.
3/30/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 2 PM Hour
March 31, 2014
Are the instances of autism lowering in children? And is there a shortage of bees across the state? The answers in this hour of the show.
3/30/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 1 PM Hour
March 31, 2014
We hear an update on Hobby Lobby's Supreme Court case. Then, more on a recent lawsuit involving Facebook.
3/30/14 WCCO's News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar: 12 PM Hour
March 31, 2014
In the first hour of this week's show, Roshini discusses the topic of underage sex trafficking, gets an update on Russia, and opens the phone lines.
3/23/14 News and Views: 1 PM Hour
March 24, 2014
Roshini gets into the topics of businesses suing the Fed. Government over Obamacare implementation and the latest at the State Capitol.
3/23/14 News and Views: 12 PM Hour
March 24, 2014
In this hour, the latest update on the missing Malaysian plane, Fred Phelps' effect on the LGBT cause, and an Alzheimer's panel discussion.
3/16/14 - News and Views: 2 PM Hour
March 17, 2014
The State Legislature recently passed a bill to help students experiencing financial troubles keep receiving school lunches. The next step? State Sen. Alice Johnson hopes to secure school breakfasts for students as well. She comes on the show to explain. Roshini entertains a "What Would You Do?" segment about the St. Patrick's Day parade in St
3/16/14 - News and Views: 1 PM Hour
March 17, 2014
Former convict Glenn Ford was recently exhonorated after spending almost 30 years on Death Row. Attorney Deborah Ellis was on the team that helped free Ford from incarceration. She tells this astonishing story. Then, Roshini focuses on the topic of child slavery and a new documentary shedding light on the issue. "Stand With Me" co-director Grant Pe
3/16/14 - News and Views: 12 PM Hour
March 17, 2014
The stories surrounding the missing Malaysia Airlines seem to change from day to day. CBS News aviation safety analyst Mark Rosenker joins Roshini to update the latest information. Then, St. John's & St. Benedict's economics professor Louis Johnston returns to the program to discuss the President's recent proposals concerning minimum wages
3/9/14 - News and Views: 2 PM Hour
March 10, 2014
This week is National Cathoilc Sisters Week. But what is it like to live the life of a Nun? Sister Mary Soher explains to Roshini and the listening audience. After that, the discussion flips to cars. The 41st annual Twin Cities Auto Show is underway in Minneapolis. Scott Lambert of the Greater Minnesota Auto Dealers Association gives us an idea of all the ex
3/9/14 - News and Views: 1 PM Hour
March 10, 2014
One of the bills being hotly debated at the State Capitol is the Safe and Supportve Schools Act (a.k.a. the Anti-Bullying Bill). State Sen. Scott Dibble is a driving force behind the initiative, and he updates its progress. Later in the hour, Roshini gets an update on the entire legislative session with political commentators Andy Brehm and Mike Hatch.
3/9/14 - News and Views: 12 PM Hour
March 10, 2014
The crisis and standoff continues in Ukraine. Roshini calls back on Initiative for Russian Culture at American University executive director Anton Fedyashin for an update on the situation. Then, should blood spots from newborns be stored for future use of its DNA? U of M Pediatrics Dr. Susan Berry testified for it this week in front of Congress. She explains
3/2/14 - News and Views: 2 PM Hour
March 3, 2014
The Olympics are over, but hockey is just reaching its annual peak with it comes to Prep, collegiate, and NHL teams. Roshini continues that theme by inviting 1980 Olympic gold medalist Neal Broten and US Women's Hockey goalie coach Robb Stauber on the program. The big story of the week revolves around Sunday night's Oscars. WCCO.com movie blogger E
3/2/14 - News and Views: 1 PM Hour
March 3, 2014
There are more physician clinics opening up at your local drug store. But are those trips to CVS or Walgreens just as effective as your standard doctor's office? Roshini asks "What Would You Do?" Then, what is the crew looking forward to most during Sunday's Oscars broadcast? And the Twin Cities hosted the annual Meeting of the Minds Deme
3/2/14 - News and Views: 12 PM Hour
March 3, 2014
The unrest in Ukraine escalated over the last week. How will the Russian intervention affect other countries around the world? CBS News military consultant Mike Lyons lets us know. Then, A LinkedIn request end up going viral. Goff Public COO Jennifer Hellman tells us why and at what cost. After that, what are folks saying about the proposed new guidelines fo
2/23/14 - News and Views: 2 PM Hour
February 24, 2014
A topic that continues to gain increased exposure is the battle to legalize mediccal marijuana. But what are the possible benefits and drawbacks to this plant? U of M professor of pharmacy and neurology Dr. Ilo Leppik explains. And it has been almost 35 years since the hit song "Funkytown" made it onto radio playlists everywhere. The writer of that
2/23/14 - News and Views: 1 PM Hour
February 23, 2014
The 2014 Legislative Session is set to begin on Tuesday. What are the biggest issues to be discussed at the Capitol? State Representative Bob Dettmer, State Senator Melisa Franzen, and AP political reporter Pat Condon pour over them during this hour of the show.
2/23/14 - News and Views: 12 PM Hour
February 23, 2014
The Winter Olympics are over in Sochi. Roshini goes over one of the American "lowlights" on the ice. Then, just northwest of Sochi, the civil unrest in Ukraine continues. We get an update on the fight between protestors and the regime with American University professor Anton Fedyashin (Exec. Dir. of the school's Initiative for Russian Culture)
2/16/14 - News and Views: 2 PM Hour
February 17, 2014
February is American Heart Month, and the group Second Chance For Life hopes to get the word out about how you can keep your heart pumping right. Board member and heart transplant survivor Bill Carlson explains. Later, we usually see love and happiness when it comes to Valentine's Day. But there's another side to this idea. Dan Simon of Twin Cities
2/16/14 - News and Views: 1 PM Hour
February 17, 2014
The topic of school-paid lunches for students has become a hot one as of late. Rabbi Harold Kravitz of MAZON joins Roshini to talk about it. Plus, she gets your input on the subject. Then, National Journal reporter Shane Goldmacher explains the latest in Washington concerning a Debt Ceiling deal, as well as Obamacare.