Mike Mulcahy, editor
Mike Mulcahy is MPR's Senior Political Editor and Newscast Editor. He has
extensive experience covering politics for MPR and for public television. A
Minnesota native, Mulcahy covered his first legislative session for MPR in
1989. He was political correspondent for Public TV's "Almanac" and "Newsnight
Minnesota" from late 1995 to 1998 and returned to MPR as an editor in 1998. He
is a graduate of Macalester College in St. Paul.
Bill Wareham, editor
Bill Wareham joined Minnesota Public Radio in 1982, providing technical and
editorial assistance to a variety of MPR programs. He became a reporter in 1988
and a member of MPR's legislative and political reporting team in 1992. He
reported on state politics for the Associated Press from 1997 until he returned
to Minnesota Public Radio in March 1999. He is a graduate of St. Olaf College in Northfield.
Laura McCallum, reporter
Laura McCallum joined MPR in 1993 as a news anchor/reporter for MPR stations in central Minnesota, and was later
promoted to Bureau Chief. Her 10 years in public radio also include working as
news director for KDSU-FM in Fargo, North Dakota, and a reporter/anchor for
Prairie Public Radio in Bismarck, North Dakota. McCallum has received numerous reporting and writing awards, including the
American Bar Association's Silver Gavel Award for her work covering the
Minnesota tobacco trial in 1998. She is currently serving as president of the
Northwest Broadcast News Association, a regional news organization representing
McCallum, a North Dakota native, graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa
from the University of North Dakota.
Amy Radil, reporter
Amy Radil joined MPR as a reporter in the Duluth bureau in 1997, where she
covers everything from moose calling to charter schools. She grew up in
Omaha and attended Williams College in Massachusetts. For two years Radil worked as a reporter in Washington, D.C.
covering medical issues for FDC Reports. Weary of writing about catheters, she received her master's degree in journalism
from Columbia University and pursued her true vocation, radio.
Micheal Khoo, reporter
Michael Khoo has been with Minnesota Public Radio since 1998. He joins the
Capitol Bureau after covering the St. Paul stadium debate during the summer
of '99. Before locating in the Twin Cities, Khoo worked as a research
associate at the University of Chicago's Center for Program Evaluation. He
holds an economics degree from the University of Chicago and a journalism
degree from Columbia University.