Talking With The Minn. Couple Behind America’s 1st Gay MarriageAfter years of not giving interviews, the Minnesota couple behind America’s first gay marriage is sharing their story.
Hodges Talks Jamar Clark, Working Families Agenda & What’s In Store For 2016 After a tumultuous year in Minneapolis, Mayor Betsy Hodges spoke with WCCO-TV’s Esme Murphy about 2015 and what’s in store for the city in the coming year.
Pioneer Press Tech Expert Talks Top Gift IdeasJulio Ojeda Zapata, the tech writer for the Pioneer Press, joined Esme Murphy on WCCO Sunday Morning for an annual tradition: going through his top gift picks for the holiday season.
More On The Page Education FoundationTo learn more about the foundation launched by former justice Alan Page, click the link below.
Talking Points: Workers' Rights In MinneapolisDebate over a controversial Minneapolis plan that creates strict scheduling and sick pay requirements for businesses is intensifying.
Paulsen Pushing For Tax Cut For Craft BreweriesOn the first Sunday breweries in Minneapolis could sell growlers beer, Rep. Eric Paulsen appeared on WCCO Sunday Morning, saying he wants an excise tax cut for small breweries.
Talking Points: Dayton, Daudt Hopeful Ahead Of Special SessionA special session that was expected to be difficult just got a whole lot messier. On Saturday, Gov. Mark Dayton vetoed the agriculture-and-environment bill, as well the jobs bill. That’s on top of the education bill he also vetoed earlier in the week.
Lt. Gov. Tina Smith: Why Won’t The Legislature Compromise On Education?Gov. Mark Dayton is not wavering in his threat to veto any education bill that doesn’t include more money for Minnesota schools and funding for universal pre-K, his top officer said on Sunday.
Talking Points: Use Of Paid Informant Causes Concern In Somali CommunityUnprecedented security is expected Tuesday when four of six Minnesota terror suspects arrested last month appear in federal court in Minneapolis.
Talking Points: 'No Simple Answers' In Stopping Terror RecruitmentIt’s been one week since news broke that six young Minnesota men were charged with trying to join ISIS.
BCA Trainer Talks Safety For Kids OnlineAs kids head back to school following the holiday break, many will be showing their friends the new tech gadgets they got as gifts.
Interview: Alan Page Talks Children's Book, Race In AmericaJustice Alan Page has served on the Minnesota Supreme Court eight years longer than he played in the NFL. He's in the football Hall of Fame, and now he's added another title to his name – children's book author.