Timberwolves President David Kahn had plenty to talk about Tuesday afternoon, as the team gets ready for the return of basketball.
Sports broadcaster Bob Costas said he was offered an interview with accused child abuser Jerry Sandusky just minutes before he was to interview Sandusky’s lawyer.
After a suicide bombing in Somalia this past weekend was linked to a young man from Minneapolis, homeland security is on the minds of law enforcement here. Amelia Santaniello had the chance to ask Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napalitano about it Tuesday.
WCCO-TV’s Amelia Santaniello certainly had a whirlwind couple of days in Washington, D.C. That’s right, when the White House invites you for a visit, they sure keep you busy.
Jaycee Dugard sat down with Diane Sawyer and talked about her 18 year ordeal as victim of kidnapping, rape and survival. Watch the highlights. See the whole interview here.
One of four artists recently selected to receive the 2011 McKnight Artist Fellowships for Photographers, Minneapolis-based photographer Beth Dow uses historical references and traditional processes to address contemporary issues of land use and our experience of time.
The Timberwolves big draft pick Derrick Williams spoke with WCCO-TV’s Mike Max about his basketball origins, Ricky Rubio, Minnesota and ice fishing.
The LA-based indie rock band, Foster The People, received a lot of attention when their single, “Pumped Up Kicks,” went viral online in 2010. Mark Foster, vocalist and songwriter, took some time to talk about the band, the tour and the growing success.
A Minneapolis cab driver says he thought he was going to die after a man carjacked him Thursday morning.
Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar says she hopes for a “grace period” before the 2012 campaign begins, with no declared opponents and $1.6 million in the bank.
A former Gopher wrestler is learning that you don’t even joke about wanting to harm the President after he got a visit from the Secret Service.
We’ve all been finding our own little ways to say thank you to WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby, including CBS anchor Katie Couric.
For the first time since the election, gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer sat down for a one-on-one interview. Emmer has kept a low public profile since Nov. 2.