Lynx Re-Sign G Anna CruzThe Minnesota Lynx announced Thursday they have re-signed guard Anna Cruz.
Tommies Blog: St. Thomas Football Hungry After 2015 Title RunThe St. Thomas football team reported for its fall camp on Aug. 13, and there's already a sense of urgency for the Tommies.
Bridgewater Says He'll Play In 1st U.S. Bank Stadium GameMinnesota Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater says he will play this weekend in the first game at the team's new stadium.
9 Minnesota Connections To The Rio OlympicsHere are nine Minnesota connections to the Olympics.
Zimmer Mum On Bridgewater, Peterson Playing SundayThe intrigue at practice Tuesday was quarterback Teddy Bridgewater's ability to throw and Mike Zimmer's ability to talk about it.
Wild Changing Goal Song To Prince's 'Let's Go Crazy'The Minnesota Wild announced Tuesday that after surveying its season ticket-holders, they are changing their goal song.
Lynx Return Home After Winning Gold In RioThe Minnesota Lynx have won three WNBA titles and now some of their players can add a gold medal to their resume.
Lighter, Healthier Leidner Looks Toward Better 2016Other than Joe Mauer, there might not be another athlete in this town more polarizing than Leidner, whose inconsistent play as the Gophers starting quarterback the last couple years has, at times, had fans pulling their hair out.
The Final Countdown: Peterson Eyes Passing All-Time GreatsBarring an unforeseen injury or a surprising lack of productivity, this is about to be a milestone season for Adrian Peterson --- and not just because it's his 10th year in the league.
Lynx Olympians Returning To Minneapolis Monday NightFresh off winning the Olympic gold medal at the Summer Olympics, the four Minnesota Lynx players are returning home Monday night.
Ortonville Baseball Loses A Legend, Hopes To Win StateLike a lot of small town baseball parks, the Ortonville baseball field is heaven to the boys of summer.
Community Remembers 9-Year-Old At Basketball GameA community was able to give the family a check for $5,000 to help pay back medical bills. That was hardly the story however at a fundraiser to help remember Tucker Helstrom, a 9-year-old boy who loved sports and left us way too soon.