“American Sniper” is tops at the box office but don’t expect to see former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura lining up at a theater for it. The former Navy SEAL won $1.8 million in a defamation lawsuit last year against the estate of the late Chris Kyle, the SEAL protagonist of the movie.
Hump Day version of the WCCO Morning News…Click the link above to listen to things you may have missed.
Tragic story out of New Hope….that story and others today with Dave Lee
Monday Morning featured the return of MIKE LYNCH! Click the link above to hear highlights.
A Friday fun day on the WCCO Morning News-Click the link above to listen.
Click the link above to hear AMERICAN SNIPER’s Jim DeFelice and other highlights from Thursday’s show.
Representatives of Minnesota’s child care industry say a push to fund all-day preschool will make their services more expensive.
Listen to portions of Mike Max’s exclusive interview with Philip Nelson and other Tuesday highlights, by clicking the link above.
Minnesota lawmakers are looking to spend $29 million to cover cost overruns at state agencies.
Listen to the Oscar nominations as they are announced, plus shocking news on Target. All on the PODCAST PAGE for Dave Lee. Click the link above to head there.
A hump day version of the WCCO Morning News. Click the link above to hear the highlights.
A bitterly cold Tuesday morning on the Morning News With Dave Lee….Click the Link Above to listen back to your favorite segments.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker is distracted by his exploration of a presidential run, top Wisconsin Democrats complained Monday, noting that he’s speaking at political events in Iowa and California this month when they say he should be focused on solving the state’s $2.2 billion budget shortfall.
Gov. Mark Dayton blasted the new Republican Majority in the Minnesota House Friday for what he calls a “phony” transportation plan. Republicans yesterday unveiled a “no new taxes” plan to fix roads and bridges, but Dayton called it “fantasy.”
Many metro school districts closed their doors today due to severe windchill….
New Speaker of The House Kurt Daudt and Sarah Shahi join John Hines….click the link above to head to the Podcast Page….
An altered power structure, new faces, old fights and an unrecognizable Capitol building will shape the Legislature’s 2015 session.
The strike of a gavel Tuesday will start Minnesota’s Legislative session, a marathon of bills, amendments, debate and disagreements that will run into the spring. Here’s a taste of what may be brewing at the Capitol this year.
A Citrus Bowl recap on Friday, with John Hines in for Dave Lee. Click the link above to head to the PODCAST PAGE.
Even as same-sex marriage edges closer to becoming legal nationwide, gay rights advocates face other challenges in 2015 that may not bring quick victories. In Congress, for example, liberal Democrats plan to introduce civil rights bills in the House and Senate that would outlaw a broad range of discrimination against lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people.
The Independence Party is less mighty in the eyes of the state of Minnesota. The secretary of state’s office formally informed the party’s leader in a letter Tuesday that it has been downgraded from major- to minor-party status.
Being uninsured in America will cost you more in 2015. It’s the first year all taxpayers have to report to the Internal Revenue Service whether they had health insurance for the previous year, as required under President Barack Obama’s law. Those who were uninsured face fines, unless they qualify for one of about 30 exemptions, most of which involve financial hardships.
John Hines pinch hits for Dave Lee on Tuesday….Click the link above to hear something you may have missed.
Dave Lee’s final show before Christmas….Click the link above to hear about future plans for the MN Lottery and more highlights from Monday.