Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage joined News and Views last weekend in wake of President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal. Armitage was not surprised by this but does question the “bullish” way Trump made the move. Armitage is also concerned about the lack of planning the White House has shown in regards to Iran Deal and other issues.
Capital Grille managing partner Allen Wichter tells us how Mother's Day not only brings in big business, but basically kicks off the Summer season. Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage voices his stance on President Trump's time in office, including the recent decision to pull out of the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Mike Bryant personal injury attorney with Bradshaw and Bryant talks about what to do after a crash
Jacie Knight, founder of Youth Performance Company discusses youth activism
Amanda Cohen, Chef/Owner of Dirt Candy, talks about the 25th Annual Women Chefs and Restaurateurs Conference
U of M Women’s Basketball Head Coach Marlene Stollings talks about her team’s hopes for the NCAA tournament. Then, sleep expert Sarah Moe talks about sleep health on the first day of day light saving time.
Dave Lee WCCO Radio Morning Show Host
Starting Next Monday February 26 The Morning Show with Dave Lee will be broadcasting live from Twins Spring training. The Twins begin their preseason right here on WCCO on February 22
Diane Pierce Local Journalist and former KARE 11 Anchor
On Thursday March 8 Diane will be the keynote speaker at AIM A Women's Leadership Conference: Flourish 2018 A Women’s Leadership Summit. Diane will speak about overcoming fears and the importance of mentorship and...
Elizabeth Emerson Director of Government Relations Goff & Andy Brehm, Corporate Attorney and Political Contributor
The State legislature will begin their session this week as lawmakers address issues like how this week’s special election will impact the makeup of the legislature, tax conformity, and the bonding bill.
Senator Melisa Franzen (DFL) District 49 & Representative Dave Baker (R) District: 17B
Continued conversation about the upcoming legislative session beginning this Tuesday...
Thersa Rose - Business Motivational Speaker
Theresa was stood up on Valentines Day and shares her pivot tips. Her new book, "Mindful Productivity" will be out this Spring.
Rebecca Otto Minnesota Gubernatorial candidate
In the wake of last Wednesday’s school shooting in Florida, gun control is once again making headlines. Rebecca Otto is a proponent of common sense gun laws and has stood up against gun lobbyists on this issue.
What is Smoosh Racing and how does this unique team sport help raise money for Children's MN Charity? Brian Davenport president, Northstar Running Club and Brady Gervais Children's Minnesota, discuss
Gavin Kaysen Local Chef and restaurant owner and Stephanie Shimp, co-owner of Blue Plate Restaurants discuss food trends and Valentine's Day entertaining.
How successful was Minnesota’s Superbowl? What impact did it have on business, entertainment, and sports in the Twin Cities? A look back on Superbowl week includes 2 local news reporters who were in the think of it. Plus they discuss what lessons they learned about coving big events in the future such as the 2019 Final Four. Rena Sarigianopoulos reporter and co-anchor on KARE 11 and Joe Schmit KSTP-TV Sports Director discuss
Local hip-hop favorite Dessa is fresh off a performance at...
Prof Louis Johnston on the recent stock market volatility and government shutdown
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi was part of a campaign during Superbowl week that included enhanced services for victims, training for hotel and transportation workers, and the development of a plan to fight trafficking at future events.
Super Bowl special on News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar
Ravi Norman CEO Thor Companies
Maderia Arradondo Minneapolis Police Chief
Jill Renslow SVP Business Development & Marketing for Mall of America
Lester Bagley Executive VP of Public Affairs for the Vikings
Sports agent Drew Rosenhaus
Super Bowl special on News and Views with Roshini Rajkumar!
Brad Madson Vikings Executive Director of Community Relations
Vikings Offensive Lineman Jeremiah Sirles
Former Viking Dave Osborn
Dave Doran CEO Special Olympics MN
Julie Craven Director of Communication Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
Roshini shares her thoughts on the fallout from the scandal involving disgraced Dr. Larry Nassar. Then, Use of Force expert Joe Dutton discusses the latest developments surrounding the Justine Damond shooting case.
Roshini's "Road to the Super Bowl" series continues with Taste of the NFL founder and CEO Wayne Kostroski. Restaurant owner Erik Forsberg explains what he's expecting from the incoming Super Bowl event crowd. After that, director Mitchell Frazier and actor Andre Allen speak on bringing the impactful story of Jackie Robinson to life.
As the Super Bowl festivities ramp up, the issue of concussions finds its way back into the spotlight. Author Amy Zellmer and HCMC neurosurgeon Dr. Uzma Samadani talk about how the big event is helping to get the word out about this topic. Plus, Sgt. Azzahya Williams of the MN State Patrol tells us the "how-to"s of Winter auto accidents.
Reba Dominski, chief social responsibility officer for U.S. Bank & President of the U.S. Bank Foundation Future Leader Chris Casey. U.S. Bank’s Future Leaders program honors deserving young adults throughout the state of Minnesota who are actively demonstrating the cognitive, social and emotional benefits of active “play” in their communities. Reba and Chris join the show in studio to explain.
Minnesota US Senator Tina Smith. Did the US government shut down on Friday? How will this impact...