A new U.S. senator; housing for veterans in Anoka, Minn.; holiday weather forecast.
State leaders weigh in on Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.); state budget forecast; Steele Family Singers.
Sexual misconduct; the best of Rewire; homeless veterans in Sauk Centre, Minn.
Elder abuse; homeless veterans; federal tax cut plans.
Election results; creative housing for veterans; hurricane disaster relief.
Twin Cities mayoral races; creative housing for veterans; musician Ann Reed.
Youth sports; first snow of the season; politics.
Washington, D.C., politics; editorial cartoonist Steve Sack; Minnesota football history.
Plans to reuse Anoka State Hospital housing; governor/legislature impasse; GLBTQ history in Minnesota.
Politics; Miles Lord biography; bolstering the GED.
Single-payer health care debate; a David Gillette essay, "America's Secret War."
Party leaders talk politics; Guthrie Theater director Joseph Haj; Minnesota Vietnam veterans perform personal stories in The Telling Project.
Minneapolis police chief; opioid crisis; a preview of "The Vietnam War" by Ken Burns.
Hurricane havoc; creative taxes in St. Paul, Minn.; Washington politics.
Supreme Court lawsuit; racial covenants; Minnesota remembers Vietnam.
State fair; weather expert Mark Seeley; storyteller Kevin Kling; animals.
The week in politics; wet weather; historic capitol furniture.
The grand reopening of the state Capitol; Metropolitan Council's new chairperson; breaking the silence.
Capitol history; Minnesota Farmfest roundup; Japanese beetles.
Remembering the 35W bridge collapse; Alan Page's historic election to the Minnesota Supreme Court; Senate health care vote.
Summertime weather with Paul Douglas; the Deputy Under Secretary of the Navy; David Gillette plays with puppets.
Transportation debate; Lowertown Blues and Funk Festival; political analysis.
Sports gambling; canoe journey; politics.
Jeronimo Yanez verdict; the fate of health care in Congress.
Jeronimo Yanez trial aftermath; state political party leaders; August state capitol gala.
The Jeronimo Yanez trial; weather report; Jazz Fest preview.
The trial of Jeronimo Yanez.
Legislative session nears its completion; singer Chastity Brown; Memorial Day grilling.
Gov. Mark Dayton and legislative leaders preview the final days of the legislative session.
Former legislative leaders discuss gridlock; Minnesota Remembers Vietnam initiative.
Republican Party Chairwoman Jennifer Carnahan; Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.); political scientists.
President Donald Trump's first 99 days in office; new superintendent of St. Paul Schools; the history of Minnesota Public Radio with Bill Kling and Gary Eichten.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s 1967 University of Minnesota speech; homelessness on reservations; first term lawmakers speak out.
Minnesotans in Congress; remembering Rondo; assessing the legislature as it prepares to go on break.
Rep. Betty McCollum and Rep. Tom Emmer discuss the health care vote.
Health care; political scientist panel; Cantus performs.
Rep. Tom Emmer (R); police diversity; fresh perspective on the legislature.
Change in Washington; weather; "Dinner at Eight" at the Minnesota Opera.
State budget surplus; Sunday liquor sales; Adrian Peterson's departure from the Minnesota Vikings.
Wintry weather; Rep. Betty McCollum (D); remembering conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski.
Vikings stadium debate; state party chairs; highway history.
Dr. John Noseworthy of the Mayo Clinic discusses the Affordable Care Act; Rep. Jason Lewis (R); Vikings stadium.
Political scientists discuss President Donald Trump; first-term lawmakers asses local issues.
The presidential inauguration; the future of the Affordable Care Act; Alzheimer's documentary.
State capitol political roundup; closing the achievement gap.
Legislative leaders discuss the new session; NASA pioneers; new lawmakers.
"Almanac" and MinnPost quiz show.
Wintry weather; Mayor Emily Larson, Duluth, Minn.; Davina and the Vagabonds; political scientists.
Debate over Civil War art at the Minnesota State Capitol; political reporters; final touches on the capitol restoration.
Police officer charged in the shooting of Philando Castile; winter storm forecast; political scientists.
Presidential election and what it may mean for the people of Minnesota.
An election preview with political reporters and election officials.
Legislator pay ballot question; legislative races; remembering singer Bobby Vee.
Presidential politics; "Twin Peaks" creator Mark Frost; music history in the Twin Cities.
Minnesota's 2nd District congressional candidates Angie Craig, Jason Lewis and Paul Overby debate the issues.
Political reporters assess the election; Rep. Rick Nolan; Cantus performs.
Legislative race preview; Quadriga; assessing the fall campaign.
St. Cloud, Minn., Mayor Dave Kleis; legislative race preview; former lawmaker panel.
Changing seasons with Paul Douglas; political scientists offer their views on the presidential race; capitol history.
Details about the Jacob Wetterling case; political news.
Politics, weather and sports; from the state fair.
Storyteller Kevin Kling; musician Chris Thile; political scientist panel.
Nurses strike at Allina Health hospitals; new Supreme Court justice; Ed Graff, superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools.
The aftermath of the primary; Pillsbury Hall history; diversity in state government.
Tuesday primary preview; political reporter panel; remembering Jim Northrup.
Political convention fallout; growing hemp; David Gillette essay.
Remembering former Gov. Wendell Anderson; the Muslim community's efforts to increase participation in electoral politics; Republican National Convention.
Calls for legislative reform follow the shooting of Philando Castile; presidential race.
St. Paul, Minn., Police Chief Todd Axtell; sick leave debate; capitol art.
Donald Trump at the Republican National Convention; Quadriga restoration; author Nora McInerny Purmort.
National politics; possible nurses strike; capitol art restoration.
The presidential race; Camp Ripley's request for state bonding money.
Author Kate DiCamillo; former lawmakers discuss the possibility of a special legislative session; state capitol renovations.
Fallout from the legislative session; new Capitol memorial; grilling ideas for the holiday weekend.
Legislative leaders discuss end-of-session strategy.
Legislative session winds down; new home for Hazelden; political reporter roundup.
Donald Trump's big win; a tour of Glensheen Historic Estate; a preview of "The Shining" opera.
Legislative update; capitol restoration; Prince media coverage.
Gov. Mark Dayton; plans to reimagine Fort Snelling.
Political reporters; state bonding requests; preview of Circus Juventas on "TV Takeover."
The push for equity at the capitol; funding for dental care; political panel.
Reaction to the decision on the Jamar Clark shooting; politics at the Capitol; Twin Cities Gay Men's Chorus.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges; theology professor Massimo Faggioli; political scientist panel; storyteller Kevin Kling.
Politics; remembering former Rep. Martin Sabo; black baseball history in Minnesota.
Legislative news; remembering Nancy Reagan; arrivals and departures at the legislature.
Caucus results; preview of the legislative session; Dale Watson performs.
Minnesota caucus night preview; state budget forecast; political scientist panel.
The presidential race; renovation of the grand state capitol stairs; UNCF chief Michael Lomax.
Artwork renovation at the state capitol; wintertime weather; New Hampshire primary.
Medical marijuana; political reporters; preview of the New Hampshire primary.
Data privacy; Guthrie Theater director Joseph Haj; medical marijuana.
Sen. Al Franken (DFL-Minn.); preview of the Iowa caucuses; capitol restoration.
Cold weather; physics fun; capitol restoration; political report.
Minneapolis Public Schools update; new leaders of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; political reporter panel.
A look back at some of the best commentaries on "Almanac."
Presidential politics; architectural history of St. Paul, Minn.; dogs assist people with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Candidates from the 2nd Congressional District; author Brenda Child.
Minneapolis police shooting; Senate leaders; Thanksgiving recipes.
Political party leaders; music and bands out of Minnesota in the 1960s; hidden history.
New legislative office building; income disparities; Republican second district congressional debate.
Celebrating 30 years of "Almanac" with Gov. Mark Dayton, Speaker Kurt Daudt and Kate DiCamillo.
Democratic presidential debate; record warm weather; the funniest writer in America.
Guthrie Theater artistic director Joseph Haj; Cantus; former lawmaker panel.
Bob Dylan's legacy; political reporter panel.
The achievement gap; Mayor Don Ness, Duluth, Minn.; Cass Gilbert gems.
Target; presidential debates; stained glass at the capitol building.
The success of the St. Paul Saints; open race for the 2nd Congressional District; emergency broadcasting.
DFL Chairman Ken Martin; Republican Party of Minnesota Chairman Keith Downey; Jearlyn and Jevetta Steele; llamas in costume; political reporter panel.
Minnesota State Fair; politics, weather and animals; storyteller Kevin Kling.
Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges and St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman; Cass Gilbert history.
Scandal; the walleye problem in Mille Lacs; Civil War history at Fort Snelling.
Political scientists assess the GOP debate; special session; preview of "State Fair Stories."
A Minnesotan who wants to be president of Somalia; policy change at the Boy Scouts; Tom Swain's seven decades of public service.
Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.); Pope Francis' global climate conference; 25 years of the ADA.
Effects of damaging winds and storms; the 1934 truckers' strike in Minneapolis; book about Minnesota midcentury modern artists.
Minnesota's civil rights history; the future of light rail; Sen. Branden Petersen (R) discusses leaving the legislature.
Restoration work at the century-old Minnesota state Capitol building.
Presidential race; the state's new medical marijuana program; Twin Cities Jazz Festival.
Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.); changes to Minnesota's sex offender program; political reporter panel.
Special legislative session; racial disparities; a new memorial at the State Capitol.
Special session; Glensheen Historic Estate; St. Paul, Minn., landmark.
Special legislative session; weather quiz; Minnesota Public Radio wins a Peabody Award.
Gov. Mark Dayton (D-Minn.) discusses his vetoes; Republican Party Chairman Keith Downey and Ken Martin, chairman of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.
Legislative leaders discuss issues; live polka music from accordion player Florian Chmielewski.
Medical marijuana; end of the legislative session; political panel.
The fight against bird flu; Guthrie Theater director Joe Dowling retires; political reporter panel.
Legislative news; healthy blue zones; "Face Race" initiative.
The future of professional soccer in Minnesota; preview of "Miss Tibet"; news from the state capitol.
Gov. Mark Dayton; the work of photographer Jim Brandenburg; political reporter panel.
Legislative session halftime review; the art of George Morrison; history of St. Paul Saints baseball.
Mark Seeley's weather book; photojournalist Ben Garvin; news from the capitol.
Leaders of Minnesota's political parties; St. Paul Schools Superintendent Valeria Silva; political scientists panel.
Surplus; MOA protester arrest case; Hmong exhibit at the Minnesota History Center.
Education reform at the capitol; warm weather; political panel.
State revenue forecast; medical marijuana; political reporter panel.
MNsure problems; legacy of playwright August Wilson; cold weather.
Mayors Chris Coleman and Betsy Hodges; combating extremism; sex offender program trial.
University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler; first-time lawmakers; political panel.
Capitol budget battles; political reporters panel; architectural wonder.
Outgoing Superintendent Bernadeia Johnson, Minneapolis Public Schools; author Kate DiCamillo.
A review of 30 years of Minnesota political history.
Congressional news with Rep. Betty McCollum (D-Minn.); weather report with Paul Douglas; holiday story from Kevin Kling.
A preview of the legislative session; big box retail; Ebola update.
Medical cannabis; state revenue outlook; Minneapolis budget battle.
Congressman John Kline (R); Minnesota architectural history; remembering Jim Ragsdale.
A preview of the legislative session; e-cigarettes; siblings in the Legislature.
DFL Chairman Ken Martin; GOP Chairman Keith Downey; Congressman-elect Tom Emmer.
Gubernatorial candidates debate the issues.
Minnesota House race in the St. Cloud legislative district; Ebola update; the political panel weighs in on the elections.
Four candidates in the Secretary of State race debate the issues.
Eighth District debate in Duluth, Minn.; Mike McFadden; Cantus performs.
Eric Kaler, president of the University of Minnesota; political scientist panel; the Steeles.
Sen. Al Franken; Ordway Center for the Performing Arts; state house race.
Gov. Mark Dayton; a panel of political party leaders.
Republican Senate candidate Mike McFadden; political reporter panel; preview of the PBS series "The Roosevelts: An Intimate History."
School superintendents discuss the new school year; director Mary Zimmerman.
A former lawmaker panel; pro wrestling; state disability hiring.
Political scientist panel; weather with Mark Seeley; goats at the State Fair.
A preview of the primary; sneak peek at "Lost Twin Cities 4."
Republican and DFL state party chairs discuss politics; state house race; Joe Amato.
Medtronic merger; Green Party national convention; state races.
Reporting on clergy sex abuse; Paul Douglas discusses the fall-like weather; Metropolitan Council Chairwoman Susan Haigh discusses light rail and transportation funding.
Capitol restoration project; Sea Wing disaster; old-fashioned summertime serial.
Behind the scenes of "Almanac," including program facts and history.
Four Republican gubernatorial candidates debate in the studio.
Rainy start to summer; state capitol history; political stories of the week.
The DFL auditor primary battle; political reporter panel; hidden Civil War history.
GOP-endorsed candidate for governor, Jeff Johnson; the Minnesota National Guard's role in World War II.
Reports from the Republican and DFL state conventions; political scientist panel.
Problems with Veterans Administration hospitals; invasive carp; Memorial Day grilling competition.
Speaker Paul Thissen, Senate Majority Leader Tom Bakk, Senate Minority Leader David Hann and House Minority Leader Kurt Daudt discuss the end of the legislative session.
Remembering Rep. Jim Oberstar (D-Minn.); end of the legislative session; high-tech music instruction.
Reaction to the governor's State of the State; remainder of the legislative session; wet spring weather.
Medical marijuana; doctors and nurses; State of the State.
Renovating the state capitol; touring the Twin Cities by bike; political scientist panel.
Medical marijuana; political reporter panel.
Anti-bullying school debate; weather; Massimo Faggioli, theology professor at the University of St. Thomas.
Legislative update; online gambling; Supreme Court.
Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. John Noseworthy; political reporter panel; political scientists.
Sunday liquor sales; anti-bullying legislation; hockey player Noora Raty.
Sunday liquor sales; medical marijuana; minimum wage; the choral group Cantus.
President Eric Kaler, University of Minnesota; state budget forecasting; touring the site of PolyMet Mining Corp.'s proposed mine.
Legislative preview; living with dementia; winter weather.
GOP straw poll winners Marty Seifert and Julianne Ortman; data privacy follow-up; political panelists.
Duluth, Minn., Mayor Don Ness; legislative auditor James Nobles; long-term care.
Long-term care; weather quiz; Jesse Ventura's inaugural bash.
Political scientists; Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges; weather.
Mining for copper and nickel; author Julie Kramer; reporter panel.
Archdiocese sex abuse; weather; holiday music by Alison Scott.
Minnesota DFL chairman Ken Martin; future for wolves of Isle Royale National Park; rollerblading.
Northern mining; author Kate DiCamillo; holiday music with The Steeles.
Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.); writer Kevin Kling; Thanksgiving recipes.
Data privacy; Minnesota in the 1970s; political scientist panel.
Ranked choice voting; data privacy.
Minneapolis mayoral race; Eric Kaler, president of the University of Minnesota; World War II hidden history.
The history of the Penumbra Theatre; the meaning of signatures.
Fall color and drought update; government shutdown and the debt limit.
Reaction to the federal government shutdown; Roman Catholics react to news about church leaders and priests; remembering Rod Grams.
Federal shutdown; ranked choice voting.
Ranked choice voting; MNsure; Minnesota Vikings; Minnesota Lynx.
Minneapolis mayoral race; Syrian refugees; Al Quie, former governor of Minnesota, celebrates his 90th birthday.
Political panel on Syria; MNsure; future of the Minnesota Orchestra.
Legislative session preview; political reporter panel; gorillas in St. Paul, Minn.
Minimum wage policy; school test scores; heat wave.
Fun at the state fair.
Political leaders; capitol security and guns; summertime baking.
Mayo Clinic expansion plans; political news.
Gay marriage; congressional action; live music.
Legacy of Justice Rosalie Wahl; Eric Kaler, president of the University of Minnesota.
Republican candidates for governor debate the issues; Judge Kathleen Gearin discusses her career.
Capitol restoration; campaign news.
Interviews from 1959 feature Martin Luther King Jr., Richard Nixon, Eleanor Roosevelt and Alf Landon.
Republicans running for governor; hidden Civil War history; Washington politics.
Supreme Court decisions; travel with Rudy Maxa; new candidates for the Senate and Congress.
A preview of the race for Secretary of State; Supreme Court Justice David Lillehaug; Northern Spark arts festival.
Fallout from Rep. Michele Bachmann's announcement that she will not seek re-election; political scientist panel.
Tornado safety; legislative session wrap-up; holiday weekend grilling recipes.
A preview of the end of the legislative session; how lawmakers make decisions on tough votes.
Political journalists report from the Capitol; author John Diers discusses St. Paul Union Depot.
Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.); Guthrie Theater; Keith Downey, chairman of the Republican Party of Minnesota; Ken Martin, chairman of Minnesota's Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party.
Reporter Kevin Diaz discusses Michele Bachmann; Supreme Court rulings; budget bills.
Paul Douglas assesses the winter season; Mayor Don Ness, Duluth, Minn.; political scientist panel.
Retiring Minnesota Supreme Court Justice Paul Anderson; Minnesota Orchestra lockout; panel of former lawmakers.
First-term lawmakers; Mary Pawlenty; "Young and Armed."
Best Buy; spring; music from Chastity Brown.
Health care exchanges; the restored organ at St. Paul's Cathedral.
The state budget; Percy Harvin trade; live choral music with Cantus.
Mayors R.T. Rybak (Minneapolis) and Chris Coleman (St. Paul, Minn.), discuss sequestration; preview of the Nobel Peace Prize Forum.
The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra lockout; sequestration.
Minnesota Orchestra labor dispute; 2013 weather forecast.
Gridlock in Washington; gay marriage legislation.
Eric Kaler, president of the University of Minnesota; gun rights.
Analysis of Gov. Mark Dayton's budget; history of Somalis in Minnesota.
Upcoming session; history of University Avenue; year in review.
State budget forecast; revitalized Union Depot; author Kate DiCamillo.
Minnesota Orchestra labor dispute; Black Friday hype; science of playgrounds.
Legislative leaders; holiday stories; Thanksgiving fun.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL) discusses the election; new state legislative leaders.
Voter ID's; legislative race; election preview.
Senate candidate Kurt Bills; David Wellstone recalls his father; presidential race.
Political reporter panel; drought; legislative race.
Analysis of the vice presidential debate; legislative news with Mary Lahammer; hidden history.
Hot temperatures; animating the U.S.-Dakota War; Republican National Convention.
A National Guard family post-Afghanistan; political panel of young activists; legislative race.
Preview of a legislative race in Northfield, Minn.; British playwright Christopher Hampton.
Journalistic ethics; winter preview; key race.
Presidential debates, ukulele festival.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak; analysis of the Democratic and Republican conventions.
Flood relief special session; Green Party's candidate for president; state fair.
Primary results; Minnesota's hidden history.
Events commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Dakota Conflict; primary.
Marriage amendment; political partisanship.
Congressional candidates Mike Parry and Allen Quist; Rep. Chip Cravaack.
Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's role in constitutional amendments; Stanley Crooks, chairman of the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community.
Minnesota map-making history; Minnesota troops in Afghanistan.
Sen. Al Franken (DFL-Minn.) talks about Supreme Court rulings.
Rep. Erik Paulsen (R); musician Alison Scott performs.
Impact of the Wisconsin recall election; new approach to homelessness in Minneapolis; the future of horse racing.
The changing face of the Minnesota Republican Party; Wisconsin recall election.
Rep. Kurt Bills (R); holiday weekend grilling; hidden Minnesota history.
Gov. Mark Dayton; Rep. Tim Rukavina (D); Next Avenue website targets people aged 50 and older.
Legislative session wrap-up; "Lost Duluth."
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton; Chief Justice Lorie Gildea, Minnesota Supreme Court; author Anton Treuer.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak; former lawmakers discuss the legislative session; a preview of the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival.
Legislative leaders; Guthrie Theater's 50th season.
Two Republicans hope to represent Congress in the 1st District; historic golf courses; A. Wolf and Her Claws perform.
Vikings stadium; lawmaker retirements; the history of Minnesota flooding.
An online Ojibwe language project; preview of a project on Minnesota National Guard troops in Afghanistan.
Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.); weather; the week in politics.
Democratic debate; Tom Gillaspy, retiring Minnesota state demographer.
Stadium for Minnesota Vikings; music of Cantus.
Redistricting; congressional candidates.
Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton; winter weather.
A preview of "Slavery by Another Name"; caucus win by Rick Santorum.
GOP presidential candidates; the Senate rejects Ellen Anderson as chairperson of the Public Utilities Commission.
Chairman Pat Shortridge, Minnesota Republican Party; presidential race.
Legislative session preview; tougher state laws; media panel.
Impacts of stadiums; technology for fighting fires; a preview of the legislative session.
Iowa caucuses; the new Minnesota Senate leadership.
The history of blizzards, tornadoes and floods in Minnesota.
The Penn State abuse allegations; Minnesota's part-time legislature; political scientist panel.
Debate about unionizing day care workers; Don Shelby joins the media panel; Thanksgiving recipes.
Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.) and Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.); Hotdish recipe contest; preview of the Minnesota Opera's "Silent Night."
A business panel discusses the Minnesota Vikings; presidential campaign report; logo for lakes.
Gov. Mark Dayton; flu vaccines; districts.
Winter forecast; Vikings Stadium; special election winners.
President Eric Kaler, University of Minnesota; Vikings Stadium; autumn cooking.
Civility in politics; new tech segment; author Larry Millett.
Political panel; Cantus performs; preview of the PBS fall lineup.
Presidential politics; "Minnesota Cooks" with chef Brenda Langton.
Update on the fire in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness; weather; tour of St. Paul's Union Depot construction.
Political scientist panel; Sept. 11 remembrance.
The rising costs of college; photos of Minnesota.
President Peter Gayton, National American Legion; storyteller Kevin Kling; aid crisis in Somalia; cooking with Mary Lahammer.
The short-lived presidential campaign of former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty; zebra mussel invasion of Mille Lacs; higher education.
Oral history project chronicles Muslims in Minnesota; singer Claudia Schmidt.
Debt ceiling talks in Washington, D.C.; NFL lockout ends.
End of government shutdown; seasons in Voyageurs National Park.
Gilbert and Sullivan's "HMS Pinafore" production from the Guthrie Theater; budget stalemate.
State budget stalemate; University of Minnesota President Eric Kaler; author Ifrah Jimale.
Long-term budget solutions; housing slump; holiday weather forecast.
Solutions to the state budget stalemate; presidential politics and shutdown.
Presidential politics; twitter etiquette; budget stalemate.
Budget stalemate; benefit concert for North Minneapolis tornado victims.
State budget breakdown; tornadoes; Memorial Day grilling tips.
Legislative leaders; the 25th anniversary of the Will Steger Polar Expedition.
Newsmakers; legislative stalemate.
Constitutional amendments; first-term lawmakers; Minnesota Historical Society.
Gay marriage; first responders; air travel.
Chairman Tony Sutton, Republican Party of Minnesota; Chairman Ken Martin, Minnesota DFL Party.
State political news; Malcolm O'Hagan.
Politics; history of Minnesota hockey.
The King Tut exhibit at the Science Museum of Minnesota; David Gillette.
Flood forecasts; local and national issues; author Peter Hautman.
Tom Emmer; rookie lawmakers; census numbers.
President Robert Bruininks, University of Minnesota; choral music of Cantus.
State budget balancing; metro storm; Sunday liquor sales.
Social media revolutions.
Gov. Mark Dayton discusses the budget; Education Minnesota President Tom Dooher; Rep. Pat Garofalo (R).
Mary Lahammer discusses the State of the State.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.); state of the state preview.
Rep. Tim Walz (DFL-Minn.).
Expansion of nuclear energy; an update on Haiti one year after the earthquake.
Two sons of Gov. Mark Dayton.
Rep. Chip Cravaack (R-Minn.); Joan Steffend discusses her book; political scientist panel.
Minnesota Speaker Kurt Zellers; WikiLeaks; live holiday music.
Recount; author Kate DiCamillo; state budget forecast.
WCCO anchor Don Shelby bids farewell; holiday recipes from chef Stewart Woodman.
Journalist Kevin Diaz discusses Congress; author Anton Treuer.
Midterm elections review; preview of "Minnesota's Deadliest Blizzards."
The final debate of the season with gubernatorial candidates Mark Dayton, Tom Emmer, and Tom Horner.
Attorney general candidates; preview of the election; Matt Jennings performs.
Gubernatorial candidate Tom Horner; Jay Weiner discusses his book about the 2008 Senate recount.
Gubernatorial candidate Mark Dayton; debate among other gubernatorial candidates.
Gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer; the political panel assesses new polls.
Candidates for Secretary of State and state auditor; author Will Weaver.
Children's author Kate DiCamillo; campaign news.
Political science panel discusses the week's news; campaign trail; old brew.
Highlights from MPR State Fair governor's debate; filmmaker Ken Burns.
Campaign trail; Stillwater, Minn., history; something fun from commentator David Gillette.
Political candidate trackers; author Heather McElhatton.
Post-primary debate in the race for governor.
Budget; primary election; Storyhill performs.
Budget exercise; essayist David Gillette.
Gubernatorial candidates Margaret Anderson Kelliher and Rob Hahn.
Lieutenant governor candidates; budget exercises for gubernatorial candidates; Joey Ryan & the Inks.
Information gathering; author Rick Shefcik.
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.); Annette Meek, candidate for lieutenant governor.
Candidates for lieutenant governor debate the issues; musician Eliza Blue.
Sen. Satveer Chaudhary debates opponent Barb Goodwin; Minnesota pro wrestling.
Author Ian Graham; media panel discusses ethics.
Holiday weekend forecast from Paul Douglas; grilling; jazz singer Debbie Duncan.
The 2010 legislative session.
Legislative leaders discuss the final hours of the legislative session; author Kevin Kling.
Unallotment; the new Minnesota Vikings stadium; Independence Party state convention.
The Republican state convention in Minneapolis; superintendent of St. Paul Schools.
The DFL state convention in Duluth, Minn.; the legacy of civil rights activist Katie McWatt.
Assessment of the Legislature; previews of "Minnesota Original" and "Through a Dog's Eyes."
Four legislative leaders discuss the legislative session; Minnesota Department of Education Comissioner Alice Seagren; Tom Dooher, president of Education Minnesota.
Paul Douglas discusses the weather; Walker Art Center; mid-session review of legislative actions.
St. Paul, Minn., Mayor Chris Coleman; Jesse Ventura says he doesn't want to run for president; the pros and cons of racinos.
Flooding; congressional vote on health care; Ku Klux Klan in Minnesota.
Two Independence Party candidates for governor; author of "Ojibwe in Minnesota."
Fallout from the new state budget numbers; Dr. John Najarian discusses his memoir.
Governor's budget; Bernadeia Johnson will be the next superintendent of Minneapolis Public Schools.
Marty Seifert and Tom Emmer; preview of "SciGirls."
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and Rep. Margaret Anderson Kelliher (D-Minn.); author Julie Kramer.
Musician Willie Murphy; preview of the legislative session.
Former U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.); writers John Camp, Jacqui Banaszynski and Nick Coleman.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.); reporter Kevin Diaz.
Political science professors discuss politics in St. Paul, Minn.; Minnesota Guard troops in Iraq.
Quiz show on Minnesota history.
Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.), discusses health care and Afghanistan; Don Stoltz; Paul Douglas offers a winter forecast.
Kevin Kling presents holiday stories; Norm Coleman discusses life after the U.S. Senate; holiday tunes with the Steele family.
Rep. Jim Oberstar (D-Minn.) talks about health-care reform; cuts in health-care coverage for the poor; Thanksgiving recipes.
The Armistice Day blizzard of 1940; reporter Kevin Diaz provides a health care update; singer John Gorka.
Election review; Joe Dowling returns to acting; Como Park conservatory.
Soldiers from Minnesota's Red Bull Guard unit in Iraq; Northstar rail line; autumn weather with Paul Douglas.
Runoff voting; Michael Osterholm discusses swine flu; Ann Reed.
The national health-care debate; Sarah Hicks becomes conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra; Washington politics.
Whether gambling should fund a new Vikings stadium; historic tour of the Twin Cities parks system.
Minnesota's national parks; a National Guard trooper in Iraq; state Republican convention.
Sister-city visit with a group from Iraq; Minnesota tornado history; speaking in tongues.
Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.) discusses health care; Bill George talks about business ethics; Minnesota's deadliest tornadoes.
Reporter Kevin Diaz discusses health care reform; author Jim Klobuchar talks about his book on the Minnesota Vikings.
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), discusses health care; politicians at the state fair; video diaries from Minnesota National Guard troops in Iraq.
Rep. John Kline (R-Minn.) discusses health care; weather chat with Paul Douglas; a video diary from a Minnesota national Guard member in Iraq.
A documentary about tornadoes in Minnesota; Hall of Fame football player Randall McDaniel discusses education.
Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.) discusses health care reform and other issues.
Finance guru Nathan Dungan; Gospel Gossip performs; confirmation of Judge Sonia Sotomayor.
Roger Erickson and Charlie Boone celebrate 50 years of broadcasting; weather chat with Paul Douglas; Nathan Dungan talks about planning for retirement.
Interviews from 1959 include Martin Luther King Jr. and Richard Nixon.
Alcohol consumption and undercover police work; report from the capitol with Mary Lahammer; international chess grandmaster Maurice Ashley.
J.G. Preston discusses Reggie Fowler; musician Peter Ostroushko; Minnesota Orchestra Music Director Osmo Vanska.
Toni Halleen; U.S. Rep. Mark Kennedy; gas tax hike; U.S. Rep. John Kline.
James Ragsdale; Speaker Steve Sviggum of the Minnesota House; state Sen. Dick Day; meteorologist Paul Douglas.
Dominic Papatola; Pawlenty Chief of Staff Dan McElroy; Lynn Reed and Jay Kiedrowski discuss the budget.
The Citizens League President Sean Kershaw; Dr. Bruce Reuben, Minnesota Hospitals Association; legislative session.
Dr. Mark DePaolis; anti-smoking bill; Lydia Lee, the first Chinese-American elected to the Minneapolis School Board.
J.G. Preston talks about Scandinavian names; Hugh Parmer of the American Refugee Committee.
Year in review.