I’m a lifelong Rochester resident and host of Rochester Today on KROC-AM. The lively one hour program runs from 10 to 11 a.m. weekdays and features experts and other guests, including regular visits by Mayor Ardell Brede, City Attorney Terry Atkins, and Rochester Public Schools Superintendent Michael Munoz. Every Tuesday and Friday conservative commentator and author Tom Ostrom joins me to talk about the events and issues of the day, and the Tracy McCray gets behind the microphone every Wednesday and Thursday to add even more space to the discussion. The regular experts that appear on Rochester Today the field questions from KROC-AM listeners include the Legal Eagle David Shulman, automotive technician Dick Zeitler with Auto Tech 101, and Jim Walters from the Power of Learning with advice on how to become a better critical thinker. Rochester Magazine editor Steve Lange is also a regular on the program. When I’m not hosting Rochester Today, I wears my objective journalist hat as a member of the KROC news team for over 30 years.
Rochester Saw Nearly $35 Million in New Construction Last Month
Rochester homebuilders last month experienced their busiest month since last July.
Finding Workers in Rochester Getting Harder
A key measurement of the region’s economic health remains very positive unless you are a business owner looking to hire workers.
Eight More Candidates File for Rochester Area Elected Offices
It was another busy day, at least concerning candidates filing for elected positions that will appear on the November ballot.
Brazen Burglar Pleads Guilty to Rochester Break-in
A young man caught in a couple’s bedroom foraging through a woman's jewelry has pleaded guilty.
Prestigious Award Officially Presented to Rochester Public Library
Rochester Public Library Director Audrey Boettcher was accompanied by James Arnold of Rochester on the stage at an awards ceremony this afternoon in Washington DC.
Mayo Clinic Posts Strong First Quarter Financial Report
The Mayo Clinic is reporting its first-quarter income from current activities nearly doubled this year.
Rochester Is Growing – but Not as Fast as You Might Think
Rochester has moved up a bit on the Census Bureau’s ranking of U.S. cities based on total population.
Candidates Begin Filing for Election
The 2018 election season in Minnesota was officially kicked off today with the opening of the two-week filing period for the many elected position on the November ballot.
Major Rochester Drug Trafficker Sentenced on Federal Charges
The leader of a Rochester-based drug trafficking ring has been sentenced to 26-years in federal prison.
Minnesota Election Season Officially Underway
The 2018 election season officially gets underway Tuesday with the opening of the two-week filing period for candidates running for any of the long list of elected positions that will appear on the fall ballot.