Recent News

  • Nikki Matteson and Rich Rue will be joining host Jackson Buck on KFAI’s Freewheelin’ this Monday morning, February 11th at 9:00.

  • Drea Clark, director of the Slamdance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah, speaks to KFAI’s Jim Brunzell about Slamdance, the films it highlights, and how a Minnesotan nailed the top job of a film f

  • Drea Clark, director of the Slamdance Film Festival held in Park City, Utah, speaks to KFAI’s Jim Brunzell about Slamdance, the films it highlights, and how a Minnesotan nailed the top job of a film f

  • Sheryl Lee Ralph, one of the original Dreamgirls, has a one-woman play entitled ‘Sometimes I Cry’, created to bring HIV/AIDS awareness to the African American community.

  • Sheryl Lee Ralph, one of the original Dreamgirls, has a one-woman play entitled ‘Sometimes I Cry’, created to bring HIV/AIDS awareness to the African American community.

  • While SuperTuesday results are being analyzed all over the nation, campaigns and voters alike are experiencing life after SuperTuesday and looking to what comes next. But what really went on at the Minnesota caucuses? One of our reporters takes us on her journey.

    The Minnesota Senate District and County Conventions are approaching in March and April.

  • While SuperTuesday results are being analyzed all over the nation, campaigns and voters alike are experiencing life after SuperTuesday and looking to what comes next. But what really went on at the Minnesota caucuses? One of our reporters takes us on her journey.

    The Minnesota Senate District and County Conventions are approaching in March and April.

  • KFAI’s News Director Lauretta Dawolo and producer Todd Melby captured several African American voices last weekend who in many cases have made a choice to support their number two candidate – democrat

  • KFAI’s News Director Lauretta Dawolo and producer Todd Melby captured several African American voices last weekend who in many cases have made a choice to support their number two candidate – democrat

  • Last weekend, both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton made visits to the Twin Cities. Among the handshakes and stump seeches were pleas to win over new voters, among them Latinos.

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