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Legislature, Dayton Begin Mediation On Budget With Jobs At Stake

ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota’s top elected officials begin court-ordered mediation this week in a budget dispute that is now threatening hundreds of jobs. 351 more words


Gov. Dayton, DNR Talk Walleye With Mille Lacs Lake Resorts, Businesses

GARRISON, Minn. (WCCO) — It’s been a frustrating and costly ride for Mille Lacs Lake business owners dealing with the ever-changing fishing regulations on one of the state’s storied walleye destinations. 618 more words


The Good, The Bad, and The Silent


Today’s story is a good news/bad news sort of story.  I like to think the ‘good’ part outweighs the bad in the long run, and gives us hope for humanity.   814 more words

Political Commentary

Sara Olson | Apartheid for Palestinians

A talk given by Sara Olson at a demonstration in support of Palestine on July 21, 2017 in St. Paul, Minnesota

The United States has given $234 billion in aid to Israel since 1948 for the occupation of Palestine. 606 more words


Keith Downey Announces He'll Run For Governor

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The man who ran the Republican party of Minnesota is now looking to run the entire state.

Keith Downey announced his candidacy Monday morning at the State Capitol. 234 more words


Hennepin County Attorney Hosting Convention For Prosecutors

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This week, the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office is hosting a convention for prosecutors from across the country.

The three-day conference is focusing on reducing violence against women and their exploitation. 89 more words


Despite Drama, Daudt Calls 2017 Legislative Session 'A Success'

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The Minnesota Legislature and Gov. Mark Dayton are in the middle of a legal battle over funding, but at least one top lawmaker says the 2017 legislative session was a success. 277 more words