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The Mueller report has been delivered. Jordana Green asks you if you want to know what is in the report?
Professional gaming. Is it really a thing? Tim Lammers reviews the horror flick US and Mary Poppins Returns is out on video. Michelle Decker Gerrard-Senior researcher and study co-director, Wilder Foundation talks about the homeless population numbers in Minnesota has reached a record high. Who makes up the majority of homeless, teens, the elde ...…
Chad and Sid talked about the Gophers run in the NCAA tournament, the Vikings, Twins and much more!
Chad was joined by State Sen. Scott Jensen to talk about his bill to try and reduce the rising costs of insulin
State Senator Scott Jensen is also a medical doctor. He's introduced a bill to address the skyrocketing cost of insulin. He joined Chad to talk about what he'd like to see done.
What effect will the President's executive order on free speech have on college campuses? Kathryn Hinderaker, President of the St. Olaf College Republicans, joined Chad to talk about it.
What effect with the President's executive order have on free speech? President of the St. Olaf College GOP Kathryn Hinderaker joined Chad to talk about why she thinks it's an important step.
James Norton, food editor at Growler Magazine, joined Cory in studio to tell us where to find some great BBQ in Minnesota and share some of his favorite patio spots in the Twin Cities.
Actor Sherman Augustus joins in studio to talk about his career, playing football with the Vikings and his current show on AMC. After that, it's some 'Let's Get Medical' topics and James Norton from Growler magazine talking BBQ, patios and more.
Cory starts the hour with more on President Trump's executive order and the Gopher victory in the NCAA tournament. Later, we have some tech talk and the latest on the Timberwolves with VP Brad Ruiter.
Actor Sherman Augustus joined Cory in studio to talk about his career, his current show on AMC, and a stint playing football for the Vikings years ago.
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POPP Communications Presents the Good Neighbor Hall of Fame
POPP Communications Presents the Good Neighbor Hall of Fame
POPP Communications Presents the Good Neighbor Hall of Fame
POPP Communications Presents the Good Neighbor Hall of Fame
Cory has several topics in the hour including the Gophers' win in the NCAA tournament, an executive order requiring free speech on college campuses, millennials valuing politics over sex, and Jess Myers talking hockey.
The 31 year old made the trip to Des Moines and is heading back tomorrow to cheer on the Gophers against Michigan State!
Plus another shot at a title for the Gopher Women's Hockey team....all in the 8:40 Sports segment
Mike was there with Gopher nation, dominated the Cardinals in Des Moines. High School Boys Basketball Tourney, Plus the Old Dutch Quality Athlete Of The Week.
How many people watch....how many people bet? Find out on the Rash Report with John Rash.
People from all over the world were googling about this 6 foot fish....Mike Max wishes that Ron Schara could catch one that big!
Margaret Brennan from FACE THE NATION talked about the Mueller report, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump and more....
"DUSTY" Joined John Hines from the road.....on Thursday morning
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have hired a pair of female assistant coaches. Maple Grove asst. football coach Amber Hegland joined Jordana to talk about what it's like to be a female coaching men.
Gail Rosenblum from the Star Tribune joined Jordana with her weekly preview of some inspiring stories in the news.
Gov. John Hickenlooper told the story of accidentally taking his mom to see "Deep Throat". What was the most awkward moment YOU had with your parents?
Scam calls, awkward moments with your parents, and pesticides on your food - Jordana covered them all.
Jordana and her family have been receiving spam calls and emails lately. How do *you* handle them? Listeners had some terrific suggestions.
Off the Menu host Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl made her weekly appearance, talking all things food! Then Producer Lindsay said goodbye -- today is her last day on WCCO Radio!
Congressman Dean Phillips joined Chad for an extended conversation, touching on everything happening in DC right now. Then Twins pitcher Kyle Gibson joined Chad Hartman as the team gets ready for opening day.
Twins pitcher Kyle Gibson checked in from sunny Florida for an update on his training and his health ahead of next week's home opener.
Congressman Dean Phillips joined Chad Hartman for an update on what's happening in DC -- including reaching across the aisle, gun control and Rep. Ilhan Omar.
Chad opened the show with Henry Lake, talking Gophers basketball. Then funny stories about Lindsay's time on the show.
Cory starts with Gopher basketball talk as they are about to tip-off in the NCAA tournament. We also have some 'Let's Get Medical' topics and a graduate of Duke defending his alma mater from all the hate.
Cory says New Zealand got it right by acting quickly to ban 'military style' guns after the shooting last week. We also get into more details about college admissions cheating and Dr. Love joins for his weekly segment of relationship advice.
Cory kicks off the show with his top stories of the day leading to a conversation about the most hated teams in sports. Later, Mike Padden joins from Des Moines to talk about his experience playing in the NCAA tournament and the atmosphere before the Gopher game.
Dr. Love joins to help Cory with a question about his own relationship and much more.
Why do so many people hate Duke and what are the other teams we hate the most?
Local executive coach Kelly Leiker joined John Hines today to discuss the upside to March Madness in your office.
That could happen in the future.....Blois Olson discussed it today on THE MORNING TAKE with John Hines.
Two-time World Series champion Al Newman joins Eric Nelson on the road while he is hosting a group taking them down to FL for Twins Spring Training. He talks about wrapping things up in FL and getting ready for opening day.
Eric Nelson is in for Mike Max. He speaks with Marcus Fuller, the Minneapolis Star Tribune Gopher reporter about the Gopher game against Louisville kicking off the NCAA tournament.
Eric Nelson is in for Mike Max because he is in Des Moines for the fist NCAA game with the Gophers taking on Louisville. Then, Two-time World Series champ Al Newman chats about the Twins wrapping up Spring Training and opening day.
Eric Nelson is in for Mike Max. He speaks with Bill Mcguire, the owner of Minnesota United about the club's 2-1 start and Allianz field progress.
Dr. Mark Seeley from the U of M joined Paul to discuss record flooding in Nebraska and how bad it might get here in Minnesota. Then, should the government be able to check your phone for usage after you've been in an accident?
Robert Kraft is reportedly rejecting a plea deal. Record flooding may be coming to Minnesota. Plus Mike Max checked in from Iowa ahead of the Gophers getting ready to play in the NCAA tournament.
Patriot's owner Robert Kraft will reportedly reject a deal that would have the solicitation charges against him dropped. Why? Take a listen.
Should the government have the right to check your phone for activity after an accident? Paul & Jordana discussed.
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