WCCO's Mayoral Report Card For Minneapolis Mayor Jacob FreyBoth Minneapolis and St. Paul's mayors are halfway through their first terms, so we thought it would be a good time to see if they're making the grade.
WCCO's Mayoral Report Card For St. Paul Mayor Melvin CarterBoth Minneapolis and St. Paul's mayors are halfway through their first terms, so we thought it would be a good time to see if they're making the grade.
Amy Klobuchar Sits Down With Esme Murphy After Qualifying For The Next Round Of DebatesMinnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar is the eighth and latest candidate who has met the requirements to take part in the third round of debates scheduled for September.
Klobuchar Struggles To Break Through In Tuesday DebateTuesday night, 10 of the Democratic presidential hopefuls debated in Detroit.
Police Apprehend Homicide Suspect After He Flees In FridleyA homicide suspect is in custody after a high speed chase that went through the northern Minneapolis suburbs this morning. Police are not releasing any details about the homicide the suspect is accused of or about anything about the suspect specifically.
'This Is A Crisis': Lawmakers Agree On Emergency Insulin, Funding Still Under DisputeA committee of bipartisan legislators agreed Monday to supply emergency insulin to people with diabetes, but the source of funding for the bill is still undecided.
Talking Points: Rep. Dean Phillips Says Latest Trump Tweets 'Antithetical' To His PrinciplesPresident Donald Trump this weekend came under fire from critics accusing him once again of racism.
The Trump Campaign’s Push To Turn Minnesota Red In 2020Minnesota has not voted for a Republican for president since 1972 -- but an expert on political swing states says 2020 could be the year.
Ilhan Omar Called 'Nightmare For America' In Trump's Latest Twitter AttackIn his latest Twitter attack against Rep. Ilhan Omar, President Donald Trump predicted he’ll win Minnesota in 2020, in part, because Omar and her fellow progressive congresswomen in “The Squad” are a “nightmare for America.”
Report: Al Franken 'Absolutely' Regrets Resigning Without Senate Ethics InvestigationIn an article published online Monday, former Minnesota Sen. Al Franken says he "absolutely" regrets resigning without an ethics investigation in the wake of multiple sexual misconduct allegations in 2017, at the height of the #MeToo movement.
Talking Points: Interim Commissioner Pam Wheelock Discusses DHS Staff ShakeupIf you were in the middle of a vacation and got a call asking you to head up a giant bureaucracy that has been plagued with problems, would you say yes?