Last week, Sen. Amy Klobuchar tweeted saying she just got the results of her first six month post-cancer exam and everything was clear.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar Speaks On Importance Of Cancer ScreeningsLast week, Sen. Amy Klobuchar tweeted saying she just got the results of her first six month post-cancer exam and everything was clear.
ER Patients Facing Major Wait Times Amid COVID SpikeIn addition to federal medical emergency crews, Gov. Tim Walz is activating 400 Minnesota National Guard troops to help in long-term care facilities.
COVID In Minnesota: Nat’l Guard Arrives As Hospitals Are Overrun With COVID CasesHospitals like Hennepin Healthcare are desperate for people to get vaccinated as Minnesota grapples with one of the worst infection rates in the country.
Rep. Angie Craig On Benefits Of Build Back Better PlanThe White House is promising a lot of benefits for Minnesota if the bill passes the Senate.
Extended Cut: Interview With Minneapolis Mayor Jacob FreyMinneapolis voters elected Major Jacob Frey for a second term, and he is leading a city that has faced riots, a pandemic, and an exodus of police officers during a surge in crime. Watch Esme Murphy's extended interview with the mayor two weeks after the election.
One-on-One With Mayor Jacob FreyFrey sits down and address issues facing Minneapolis.
Klobuchar Says ‘Everything Was Clear’ At 6-Month Post-Cancer ExamSen. Klobuchar was diagnosed with Stage 1A breast cancer last winter and went to have a lumpectomy and radiation.
Democrats, Republicans Split Over Government SpendingDemocrats argue the measures would save middle and low income families cash. Republicans disagree.
Biden To Sign $1T Infrastructure BillAs President Biden prepares to sign a bill targeting the nation's transportation systems...congress struggles over whether or not to pass his social spending package.
Interview: Rep. Dean Phillips On Infrastructure, Build Back Better BillsEsme Murphy spoke with Rep. Dean Phillips about two big government bills and their impact on Minnesota.
Interview: Rep. Tom Emmer On Infrastructure, Build Back Better BillsEsme Murphy spoke with Rep. Tom Emmer about two big government bills and their impact on Minnesota.
Minnesota Law Guarantees Paid Break For Nursing MomsWCCO’s Caroline Cummings reports on what experts are calling the next frontier for gender equality in the workplace.
Community Members, Police Plot Path Forward After Public Safety Amendment FailsMinneapolis will keep its police department, but what happens next?
Despite Charter Amendment Failure, Push To Reform MPD ContinuesEven though the Minneapolis Police Department is here to stay, there's still a push to change it.
Where Minneapolis Stands After Election DayThe voters have spoken, and the future of Minneapolis is becoming more clear -- from the men and women who protect it, to the ones who lead it.
Minneapolis Residents Sound Off After Police Amendment FailsTuesday's vote was disappointing for Minneapolis residents who wanted to disband the city's police department. But others say they feel safer knowing the police department will still exist.
Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey Re-ElectedMayor Jacob Frey was re-elected for another four years. His message was to reform policing, while keeping the department intact.
Election Update: Mpls. Mayor, Several Council Races Enter Next Phase Of Ballot Counting WednesdayThe next round of ballot tabulation for Minneapolis' ranked-choice elections resumes Wednesday morning with many races still undecided, including the mayor’s race.
Carter Projected To Win St. Paul Mayoral Election; Frey Leads First Round In Mpls.The race for Minneapolis mayor is still up for grabs, while St. Paul's mayor will likely keep his job.
Minn. Law Enforcement Emboldened By 'No' Vote In MinneapolisPolice chiefs and sheriffs all over the greater metro had their eye on this decision.
What Does 'No' On Question 2 Mean For Minneapolis?Minneapolis voters have rejected a proposal to replace the city's police department with a new Department of Public Safety.
How Twin Cities Mayoral Races Are Shaping UpThe mayors of both Minneapolis and St. Paul are up for re-election, and this morning, it's still unclear if one of them will keep his job.
Minneapolis Voters Reject Measure To Replace Police DepartmentBoth sides of this issue say this vote speaks volumes to what the residents of Minneapolis want.
St. Paul Weighs Rent Control MeasureIf St. Paul voters approve of the rent control initiative, landlords would not be able to raise rents more than 3% every year, even if they have a new tenant move in.