Talking Points: Pawlenty Eyes His Old Job, Nolan’s Seat Up For GrabsFormer Gov. Tim Pawlenty is expected to be in the state to meet with supporters to discuss a possible run for his old job. Meanwhile, more candidates may jump into the 8th Congressional District race after Congressman Rick Nolan unexpectedly retired.
Walz, Johnson Win Gubernatorial Caucus Polls With Pawlenty Still UndeclaredThousands of Minnesotans attended precinct caucuses Tuesday night, providing first look at how the campaign is shaping up.
Republican Matt Dean Is No Longer Running For GovernorRepublican Matt Dean is dropping out of the Minnesota governor's race.
Marco Rubio Endorses Jeff Johnson For Minnesota Gov.Johnson is one of five major Republican candidates in a field that is expected to grow.
St. Cloud City Councilmember Proposes Temporary Refugee BanA St. Cloud City Council member wants to ban any more refugees from resettling in the area temporarily.
9 Of 10 Gov. Candidates Say They'll Release Tax ReturnsRepublican Sen. Dave Osmek is the only one who says he won't make the voluntary disclosure.
Republican Jeff Johnson Announces 2nd Run For GovernorRepublicans' candidate for governor from 2014 is running again in 2018.
Marco Rubio Visits Twin Cities As Iowa Caucuses ApproachRepublican presidential candidate Marco Rubio made a campaign stop in Minnesota on Tuesday. The Florida Senator is one of several candidates visiting the state ahead of the March 1 caucuses.
GOP's House Speaker Daudt Picks Walker In Presidential Race The highest-ranking Minnesota Republican is throwing his support behind Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker for president.
MN Tea Party Among Alliance Fighting Sunday Liquor Sale BanAn alliance of various political groups are speaking out against Minnesota's long-standing ban on Sunday liquor sales. The coalition announced their collaboration prior to the start of another legislative session, which begins on Tuesday.
Podcast Page: 11-21-14 The WCCO Morning News With Dave LeeA frigid Friday on the WCCO Morning News. Click the link above to listen back to some of the highlights from the show.
Big Prize In Minnesota Election: State HouseElection Day arrived in Minnesota with Democrats feeling good about sweeping the biggest races in the state — for governor and U.S. Senate — and perhaps all of the statewide offices. But the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party was fighting a rear-guard action to hang on to the Minnesota House, with plenty of incumbents at risk and Republicans needing just seven seats to bring back divided government for the first time since 2012.