Bears Embarrass Vikings, 20-10The Bears handed the Vikings their second loss in a row Monday in Chicago, 20-10.
Vikings Beat Giants, 24-10The Minnesota Vikings beat the New York Giants 24-10 Monday to improve to 4-0 on the season.
NCAA Tournament 2016The best moments from the 2016 NCAA Tournament
Sid Hartman Turns 96Sid Hartman is turning a spry 96 on Tuesday, March 15. Click here to see pictures spanning Hartman's long and storied career.
Minnesota United Unveil Midway Stadium DesignsThe 20,000-seat stadium is expected to be completed in time for the 2018 MLS Season in St. Paul.
Vikings Stadium: 90 Percent CompleteWith more than 3.2 million worker hours logged at the new home of the Minnesota Vikings, U.S. Bank Stadium is 90 percent complete.
2016 U.S. Figure Skating ChampionshipsThe 2016 U.S. Figure Skating Championships were held in St. Paul. Here are some of the highlights from the event.
2015 In Review: A Year In National SportsHere's a glance back at the biggest national sports (and a touch of international) stories of 2015.
Cardinals Defeat Vikings, 23-20The Minnesota Vikings got the ball to Adrian Peterson and their injury-ravaged defense held their ground against the NFL's most prolific offense.
Remembering Flip SaundersFlip Saunders, the longtime NBA coach who won more than 650 games in nearly two decades and was trying to rebuild the Minnesota Timberwolves as team president, coach and part owner, died Oct. 25. He was 60.
Vikings Host Lions In Home OpenerThe Minnesota Vikings hosted the Detroit Lions in front of a sellout crowd on Sunday for their home opener. The Vikings beat the Lions 26-16.
Minnesota Vikings Season OpenerThe Minnesota Vikings face off against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on September 14, 2015 in Santa Clara, California.
Stadium Construction Progress: 1 Year LeftThe U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis has one year remaining on construction, and is roughly 65 percent finished. See pictures of the progress here!
Wolves Draft Karl-Anthony TownsThe Minnesota Timberwolves started their draft night with a bang, grabbing Kentucky big man Karl-Anthony Towns with the first No. 1 overall pick in the history of the long-suffering franchise.