Good Questions: Your Ballot Questions AnsweredEvery Friday, Heather Brown takes a look at some of the Good Questions viewers have submitted recently. This week, she's taking on your election ballot questions.
Craig, Lewis Go At It On Trump, Health Care In Radio DebateThe candidates for Congress in Minnesota's 2nd District squared off on Thursday in a lively radio debate.
Walker: Trump Must Accept Election ResultsGov. Scott Walker says Republican presidential nominee has to accept results of the election, even though Trump hasn't said whether he will if Hillary Clinton wins.
WCCO's Esme Murphy Recaps Debate, Says Presidential Election Is 'Over'Murphy said may represent the final nail in the coffin for Trump and tip the election into landslide territory.
Presidential Debate Bingo: Round 3It's the day of the third and final presidential debate -- and you can follow along with these bingo cards!
Reality Check: Is The Election Rigged?Donald Trump this week is repeatedly warning supporters the 2016 presidential election may be stolen from him.
Madeleine Albright Campaigns For Clinton In St. PaulFormer Secretary of State Madeleine Albright campaigned Tuesday in Minnesota for Hillary Clinton.
Obama: Clinton Emails 'Quid Pro Quo' Investigation Is 'Overblown'President Obama called the latest allegations of a "quid pro quo" in the Hillary Clinton e-mail investigation "overblown" on Tuesday.
Wikileaks: Clinton Workers Polled Voters On Obama Ties To Drugs, Islam In 2008Newly released Hillary Clinton campaign emails show that her 2008 campaign may have been digging for dirt on then Sen. Barack Obama, who was her primary opponent.
4 Things To Know: Wake Of Hurricane Matthew, Soda Tax & MoreFrom the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew to the latest on the campaign trail, here are the four stories to know for Wednesday, Oct. 12.
After 2nd Debate, Minnesota Republicans Continue Trump ExodusSome Minnesota Republicans are distancing themselves from Donald Trump Monday.
Gov. Scott Walker Watched The Packers Game During The DebateWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker appears to be more interested in the Green Bay Packers game than the second presidential debate.