Tonight at 7p until 8:30p, NIS will carry live a debate among U.S. Senate candidates Norm Coleman, Al Franken and Dean Barkley. Mark Zdechlik will anchor the event from Duluth. The coverage will pre-empt The World and the first half hour of Fresh Air.
Special personal finance call-in show after Marketplace Money, after week of dropping stock market and world financial turmoil. Cathy Wurzer hosts and various guests answer questions about the markets and your money. Nate Winner, Financial Planning Assoc.
John McCain campaign stop at Lakeville, MN. Republican presidential candidate John
McCain interrupted boos from his supporters and tried to curb their
anger toward his Democratic opponent Friday during a town hall
meeting in Minnesota.
ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) - In the scramble for Minnesota's senate
seat, Republican Senator Norm Coleman and his Democratic challenger
Al Franken didn't hold back at their first debate.
Neither did a third-party challenger.
his episode of MPR's Voices of Minnesota features conversations with Art Aufderheide and Clarke Chambers, two detectives of sorts. Aufderheide is world famous for his study of mummies and the diseases that killed them.
Governor Tim Pawlenty traveled the state today (tues) to discuss education initiatives he'd like to see pass during next year's Legislative session. Most of the proposals are aimed at getting a force of even-better qualified teachers in classrooms.
McCain's big moment. Broadcast: Midday, 09/04/2008, 7:00 p.m. Before the Republican National Convention can come to a close, Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., must accept his party's nomination. Also speaking tonight will be Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, former Pennsylvania Gov.