Get your knock-knock jokes ready. Humorist Garrison Keillor has scheduled another Joke Show for his public radio program, “A Prairie Home Companion.” The Joke Show will be broadcast live from the Pantages Theatre in downtown Minneapolis on Nov. 1.
Minnesota’s health exchange is airing new TV ads with testimonials from people who saved money buying insurance on MNsure.
We gave out one of the biggest prizes ever on WCCO this morning…..LISTEN TO THE PODCAST
Author and radio host Garrison Keillor will read selections from his new book of poetry in St. Paul next month. Keillor will read from his book “O, What a Luxury: Verses Lyrical, Vulgar, Pathetic & Profound,” at the Fitzgerald Theater on Oct. 2 and 3.
KDWB-FM radio host Dave Ryan is feeling the heat of controversy after he poked fun at several Minnesota schools on Twitter. While the series of tweets had some people laughing, the Minnesota Department of Education was not amused.
Pavek Broadcasting Hall of Fame board member Jim DuBois joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Monday with a special announcement
A sand mining company has agreed to a voluntary environmental review of two mines it’s proposing for Winona County.
In addition to signs on the highway and alerts on radio and TV, you may have been one of thousands notified of the Amber Alert on your cell phone Wednesday.
Click the above link to vote on which song you could hear over and over during the holiday season!
Some strive to be stand-out athletes, some strive to be stand-out students. But two seniors at White Bear Lake High School have a different goal. They are striving to be the voice of their school.
Tom Barnard is talking. That’s not a surprise, since he does it for a living. But the reclusive broadcaster hasn’t granted a TV interview in nearly 23 years, until now.
Roger Erickson joined the WCCO Morning News regulars for Friday’s special edition of Minnesota Hospital.
A member of the WCCO family has died. Clayt Kaufman started in the WCCO Radio news department and rose through the ranks to general manager.
Minnesota Public Radio’s farewell to retiring “Midday” host Gary Eichten is sold out. But fans still have a chance to hear the recorded show on radio.
The Minnesota Wild and the Minnesota Timberwolves will have new homes on the radio dial next season.