For the second time in a week, a local Republican offered up a head-scratcher of a response when asked about gun control by debate moderator Gary Eichten.SEE ALSO:-- WCCO scrubs attack ad against Chip Cravaack [VIDEO]-- Chip Cravaack: Taxpayers are paying more than $1,000 a month for his 2011 Chevy ... More >>
In 2010, Andrew Engeldinger's parents voluntarily enrolled in a 12-week class for families of the mentally ill. During the nearly two years before their son fatally shot five people after being fired from his job at Accent Signage, Engeldinger's parents repeatedly reached out to him in hopes he'd se ... More >>
What, Tim, was it something we wrote?Tim Pawlenty marked his glorious return to Minnesota with an appearance to the Minnesota Public Radio , where he sat in for a full show with the state's most lovable voice, Gary Eichten.During yesterday's broadcast, Pawlenty opened up about his failed presiden ... More >>
Kurt ZellersThe day after the polls closed and it was clear the governor's race would stretch on ahead of a possible recount, we wondered whether Republicans would try and pass T-Paw-friendly bills, especially since Democrat Mark Dayton remains ahead in the vote count. Today, incoming House ... More >>
Bill Kling, the only CEO Minnesota Public Radio has ever known, announced this morning he was retiring after building the largest public broadcast organization in the country. We wrote about it here, earlier. Kling was interviewed at noon by MPR's Gary Eichten. We live-blogged the interview ... More >>
Taking a page from Norm Coleman's playbook
It's his son's party, and he'll cry if he wants to
R.T. Rybak alters his stance on a publicly funded ballpark
What's behind the governor's latest spouting and pouting about the media?
Too loud, too opinionated, too brash. Few thought Katherine Lanpher could revive Minnesota Public Radio's sagging Midmorning. WRONG!
Budget brawls and bulldog farts. Shock jocks and Satan's Cheerleaders. Jesse Ventura stars in the season's political blockbuster, but First Flack John Wodele directs the show.