Sen. Klobuchar, Pro Athletes, WWII Vet Go Fishing For ACESPro athletes, a United States Senator and a World War II veteran enjoyed a day of ice fishing on the WCCO Rooftop!
Kemps Creates 'Purple Power' Ice Cream For Klobuchar's Vikings BetPurple Power was created by Kemps specifically for the bet and will not be sold in stores.
Minn. Politicans Speak Out After Trump's 'S***hole' CommentsPoliticians in Minnesota are speaking out after President Donald Trump reportedly made controversial comments about immigration in a meeting in the Oval Office.
Sen. Klobuchar, Louisiana Senator Make NFC Playoff WagerMinnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar and Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy agreed to a friendly "Cake and Ice Cream" bet.
Klobuchar: Rollback On Protections For Seniors 'Makes Me Concerned'Sen. Amy Klobuchar says the current administration is rolling back protections for seniors living in nursing homes.
Tina Smith Makes 1st Stop In Twin Cities As SenatorFor the first time since being sworn in as Minnesota's newest U.S. senator, Tina Smith made a stop in the Twin Cities.
Klobuchar Stresses State's Scientific History At STEM EventSen. Amy Klobuchar is trying to get more students interested in studying science and technology.
Minnesota WWII Vet Honored With Purple HeartMinnesota's newest Purple Heart recipient is finally being honored, decades after serving his country
Klobuchar Fights For McNally Smith Students After Sudden ClosureMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is trying to ease the burden for hundreds of music students who were abruptly told their school was closing.
Klobuchar: Net Neutrality Repeal 'Against The Concept Of The Internet'While internet service companies say consumers won't notice a change, those same companies also lobbied hard to eliminate "net neutrality."
Reality Check: Women In PoliticsWomen make up more than half of the population, but only a small percentage of elected officials.
What Happens Now After Franken's Resignation?Franken's replacement will serve less than a year, until a special election in November 2018. The winner of the special election will serve out the last two years of Franken's term.