Sheriff David Clarke in Milwaukee County released a controversial PSA recently. Hear the PSA.
Marine Capt. Reserve Zoe Bedell joins Chad to discuss her role in the lawsuit to allow women in combat.
Today’s bumper music are songs, “You Love To Hate”. Check out this story for more info.
Here’s a recap of the biggest news stories of 2012 — a list including tragic crimes, political victories, natural disasters and scientific achievements.
Here are the Associated Press’s top 10 biggest news stories of the year for Iowans.
In 2012, Minnesotans (and Minnesota Vikings) fought over a proposed constitutional amendment that would define marriage as existing only between one man and one woman, and another that would require voters to have government-issued IDs.
One reporter in Colorado tries to make a joke, instead he makes a toddler cry. Reporter fail…Check out the video.
An officer in Texas is facing criticism for how he handled a traffic stop with a 77-year old grandmother. Read the story and see the video.
MSNBC and Fox News are both facing criticism over stories they did on Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Below are the two stories. Does this have any place in the news? Fox News Obama Story […]
Desaleen James was filming herself and friends when they drove drunk after a night out. The camera captured the fatal crash that killed her two friends and left her with a broken hip. The video […]
There has been plenty of weirdness in Wisconsin this year, and not all of it was inside the Capitol.
Moneywatch.com editor at large Jill Schlesinger had a preview of the week on Wall Street Monday.
The online news site Minnesota Independent is shutting down. The closing was announced Wednesday on the MnIndy site.
In Philadelphia one man is in trouble for hoarding animals, including and alligator. Local news guy was reporting on the story when a fight breaks out. Watch the story.
Dave Lee mentioned Rebecca Black’s new song on the WCCO Morning News entertainment report.
PBS anchor Jim Lehrer told public broadcasters Tuesday that they must continue to defend their federal funding and raise more money to meet an increasing need for serious journalism as commercial newspapers and broadcasters see declines.