WCCO’s Dave Lee spoke with Lester Bagley, Vice President of Public Affairs for the Minnesota Vikings who reiterated what owner Zygi Wilf told the press Wednesday regarding an NFL-ready facility in Los Angeles and the possibility of moving the team.
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are expected to vote Monday on a deal to raise the debt ceiling and cut the deficit.
The National Association of Broadcasters announced the finalists for the 2011 NAB Marconi Radio Awards Thursday, which include two nominations for WCCO Radio.
Tuesday morning there’s a conjunction between the thin crescent moon, Mars, and the Pleiades star cluster in the eastern sky.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is in Washington seeking more aid to help North Minneapolis tornado victims.
It took two years but the Minnesota Timberwolves netted a big one.
It’s crunch time for the big time players in the Minnesota Vikings stadium deal.
The U.S. Space Shuttle Endeavour and International Space Station are docked and will pass over the Twin Cities.
There’s another meeting of the DFL Governor and Republican legislators this morning in the ongoing effort to reach a budget deal in time for Monday’s deadline. Will they get it done this time?
Kent Hrbek shared legendary Twins status, a powerful home run swing, and an interest in fishing with Harmon Killebrew.
It’s the weekend Minnesota anglers look forward to all winter, the 2011 Minnesota Fishing Opener. Ron Schara and Dave Lee break down what fishermen can expect!
Dave Lee and Sid Hartman talked about the Viking deal with Ramsey County which Sid doesn’t think is the final answer yet. Plus Joe Mauer’s is working out and they discuss his status with the team.
830 WCCO has announced a partnership with the University of St. Thomas to broadcast the Tommies entire 2011 and 2012 football seasons.
Dave: Over 14 years ago, Julie and I converted our wood fireplace into a gas fireplace and we did it with Fireside Hearth and Home. It was a dramatic change for us
Lynx #1 pick Maya Moore stopped by the WCCO Radio studios to visit with Dave Lee and Hall of Fame Sportswriter Sid Hartman.
The long-awaited Minnesota Vikings Stadium Bill was officially introduced at the state legislature Monday.
Sid Hartman joined Dave Lee to talk about the sorry state of Minnesota sports right now. The Twins are banged up, the Wild and Timberwolves are playing terribly. Is there any hope for the Minnesota sports fan?
There’s a nice conjunction between two bright planets between Jupiter and Mercury in the low western sky in the late evening twilight.
Jill Schlesinger is the editor of CBS Moneywatch. She has analysis this morning of effect the earthquake could have in Asian Markets, and around the world.
There’s going to be some nice conjunctions with the moon in the skies the next few nights.
The annual March Food Drive is underway in an effort to restock 300 emergency food shelves across the state.
Here’s a few photos from last week’s Gutter Bowl.
With only hours until Gov. Mark Dayton’s State of the State address, former Minnesota Gov.Arne Carlson sheds light on several issues he would approach in the address, starting with the budget.
The next leader of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities will be Dr. Steven Rosenstone, who has served as vice president of scholarly and cultural affairs at the University of Minnesota.
WCCO’s Mike Max joins Dave Lee to talk about what happened Sunday, what may happen with Brad Childress and what this could mean for the Viking Stadium drive.