Down but not out. That was Maple Grove’s football team in last night’s 6A state quarterfinal game in Brooklyn Park.
Ticket sales are past the 34,000 mark less than two days before the game.
More than 32,000 tickets have been sold for the rivalry game. That would set an attendance record for Division III football.
Jim Crowder believes there is enough evidence out there that proves Amelia Earhart was captured by the Japanese in 1937.
It was one of the most popular summertime events ever. Food vendors set up at the state capitol grounds while top-flight rock bands played from the front steps of the historic structure at the Taste of Minnesota.
Edina police sergeant Aaron White says officers tracked down three teenage suspects, who thought they had stolen some pretty sweet dough.
Elena Tishakova came to the U.S. from Russia more than two decades ago, and was not about to take anything she didn’t earn.
The NBA Draft Lottery will be held Tuesday night, where teams will learn their draw for the first round of the draft.
History tells us 277 Minnesota police officers have died over the years while on duty. Each and every one of them is being remembered Monday with a special day-long ceremony, staffed by current officers who are still putting their lives on the line.
Minneapolis artist Dave Geister can trace his inspiration to becoming a painter of historical events back to when he was a kid, and he’s hopeful the talents he has honed over the years can forge that same interest in someone else.
“It was pretty much my life for 79 days,” Lee Urness, who now lives in the southern Twin Cities, said.
Here are the quarterfinal pairings for the 2017 Minnesota Boy’s Hockey State Tournament, revealed Saturday morning by the Minnesota State High School League.
Testing for tuberculosis begins Monday for about 150 people at Saint Louis Park High School. The students and staff members being tested may have had contact with someone in the school district who tested positive for the disease last November.
A community activist says at least two Somali-American men from Minneapolis were detained at U.S. airports Saturday following President Donald Trump’s immigration ban on seven Muslim-majority nations.
The latest Twin Cities sports personality to have a bobblehead likeness in his honor is long-time Saint Thomas athletic director Steve Fritz.
The Minnesota Twins have already closed their Pro Shops in Roseville and Apple Valley, and will shutter their store in Minnetonka by the end of the month.
Gopher football coach Tracy Claeys is looking forward to meeting this week with athletics director Mark Coyle.
The Minnesota Board of Animal Health says chronic wasting disease has been discovered in a farmed deer herd in Crow Wing County.
There were 15 people in the wagon and some of the riders say Fred Zwart did all he could to keep the wagon from rolling over.
After losing $3 million in its first full year of operation, Minnesota’s medical marijuana program is expecting similar debt in year two. But officials from Minnesota Medical Solutions are expecting their financial picture to improve now that they’ve been allowed to expand treatment to people diagnosed with intractable, or, chronic pain.
Democrats hold a 10-seat advantage in the Minnesota Senate, but all 67 seats are up for grabs Tuesday.
More people are voting early in Minneapolis than ever before, as the numbers have grown since early voting was introduced four years ago.
The scene in front of Gov. Mark Dayton’s mansion Thursday night to some resembled the scene outside the Minneapolis Police Department’s 4th precinct last fall.
Marta Winter is from Wayzata and lives part-time at PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Fla., the gated community where Orlando shooter Omar Mateen was a security guard.
Hours after Minnesota lawmakers adjourned the 2016 legislative session that saw them fail to reach agreement on several key issues, Governor Mark Dayton is as indecisive as the rancorous political climate inside St. Paul’s capitol complex when it comes to calling a special session.