Top 5 Biggest Money Blunders Of Professional AthletesProfessional athletes rule supreme in numberless fields of human endeavor: running, kicking, throwing, tossing, lobbing, hurling, heaving, befriending the powerful, marrying the beautiful, enthralling the common.
MN GOP Rolls Out Surplus Refund Ad CampaignA new state Republican Party television ad is advocating a full return of Minnesota's $1.87 billion projected surplus to taxpayers, which is more than majority House Republicans have embraced. Party Chairman Keith Downey framed the "give it all back" rallying cry as a starting point.
Podcast Page: WCCO Morning News With Dave Lee 5-28-14 Lots of information on the show today...If you missed something, you can listen back to the podcast by CLICKING THE LINK ABOVE.
Best Super Bowl Commercial...You Did Not SeeThe best Super Bowl commercial you never got to see. Check it out here.
Deaf NFL Player And His StoryThe inspirational story of Derrick Coleman from the Seattle Seahawks, told by Duracell and their most recent ad.
Wander Minnesota: From Layoff To Super Bowl Commercial FinalistSometimes, that old adage about making lemonade from lemons is more than a little true. Although in the case of Wrenshall’s <a href="" target="_blank">Locally Laid</a>, maybe it’s a case of making omelets from—well—eggs.
Cerebral Palsy Can't Keep Girl From Nat'l SpotlightCerebral palsy is one of the most common disorders limiting movement in children, affecting almost 2.5 of every 1,000 infants born alive. Many families come Minnesota to seek groundbreaking treatment at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, and an Oakdale sixth grader has shown so much progress in her treatment that she's now in the national spotlight.
Kmart Ad Features 'Hot Cheetos & Takis' KidsMinneapolis' most famous pint-sized rap stars are taking it to the next level. The hip-hop group created the viral hit "Hot Cheetos and Takis" last summer. Now, they are now being featured in the back-to-school campaign for Kmart.
Distracted-Driving Simulator Shows Texting DangersWith proms and graduation approaching, more teenagers are on the road and so are their phones -- which is what worries parents.
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