4 Things To Know For Jan. 31, 2016 Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Jan. 31, 2016.
Talking Points: A Look At Who’s Leading In MinnesotaMinnesota voters won't get a say in the presidential race until March 1, when the state’s caucuses will be held.
Amid Trump Bombast, Quiet Ben Carson Rises In GOP 2016 Field Amid all the bombast in the Republican race for president, Ben Carson comes across more like a whisper.
Gov. Dayton's Approval Rating Hits 54 PercentAbout three months in to his second term, a new poll shows Gov. Mark Dayton has one of his highest approval ratings since taking office.
Duluth Beats Minneapolis In 'Best Town' ShowdownWhen it comes to the best places to live in America, voters say Duluth takes the cake over Minneapolis -- according to <em>Outside's</em> online poll.
Does High School Basketball Need A Shot Clock?In light of the Hopkins/Shakopee Semi-Final Game where the ball was held for very LOOOONNNNGG stretches, does High School Basketball need some sort of shot clock?
Poll: Minnesotans Are Slightly In Favor Of Legalizing PotLegalizing medical marijuana in Minnesota is gaining public support. A new Star Tribune poll shows a slight majority of Minnesotans are in favor of it.
2-18-14 The Morning Take On The WCCO Morning News With Dave LeeThe latest Star Tribune poll discusses marijuana. Hear what Blois and Dave have to say about it by clicking the link above.
St. Paul Leading 'Romantic Getaway' PollWhen it comes to the most romantic cities in the world, which ones comes to mind? Probably Paris, maybe Venice, perhaps even somewhere like Buenos Aires. How about adding Pig's Eye to that list? Scoff if you must, but Minnesota's capital is currently one of the finalists in USA Today's "Best Romantic North American Getaway" poll.
Minn. Voters Weigh In On Syrian InterventionWith the vote in Congress expected sometime next week, members of the Minnesota delegation are getting plenty of feedback. The feedback even amongst Democrats right now is leaning towards against intervening, which puts the President and members of his party, including those from Minnesota, in a very tough spot.
POLL: Do you plan to spend more this holiday season than last year?
SCSU Survey: More Voting No On Marriage AmendmentAccording to a new survey of 600 randomly-chosen Minnesotans of voting age, St. Cloud State University pollsters found that of likely voters, 51 percent planned to vote against the constitutional amendment to define marriage as solely between one man and one woman.