Minnesota Chess Master Aiming To Claim 2nd U.S. ChampionshipA 24-year-old Minnetonka man is attempting a rarity in the world of chess. This week, he'll begin his quest to become the United States champion for the second year in a row.
Wild Seek To Continue Desperate Play Against Jets In Game 4Where was that team the first two games? The Wild suddenly looked like a physically imposing, offensively competent team in Game 3.
Augsburg's Dome A Popular Place As Snow Impacts Spring SportsInside the Augsburg Dome, today it's 12 straight hours of softball.
Lindsay Whalen A Unique Hire For GophersThere's two things unique about Lindsay Whalen being named head coach of the Gophers: One, she doesn't have any experience. And two, she plans to keep playing for the Lynx, while she coaches.
Wolves Can Clinch Playoff Spot Monday If These 3 Things HappenThe Wolves can clinch a playoff spot Monday night if they beat the Grizzlies, if the Nuggets lose to the Blazers and the Spurs beat the Kings.
Big Ten Hockey Proving It Belongs With 3 Teams In Frozen FourThe Big Ten conference has taken tons of heat from college hockey fans in its five years of existence.
After Winning State 1600 Meter In 8th Grade, What's Next For Farmington's Anna Fenske?Fenske won her first high school state championship last season before she was even in high school.
Wild Must Move On, Win Without Ryan SuterThe big concern for the Minnesota Wild at the moment is how exactly they adjust to life without Ryan Suter.
Bob Motzko Takes Over Gophers Hockey ProgramHere's a sentence we haven't said in 19 years: The Gophers officially have a new men's hockey coach.
Wild Sign Jordan Greenway To 3-Year ContractThe Minnesota Wild are adding some young talent just in time for a playoff run.
Wild, Make-A-Wish Make Young Fan's Dream Come TrueWhen Amare Hanson arrived at Xcel Energy Center this morning, the first thing the Wild did was sign him to a 1-day contract.
WCCO Viewers' Choice For Best Sports Bar In MinnesotaThis year marks the 13th year that Joe Senser's Sports Bars have been in business, and WCCO viewers voted them the Best of Minnesota.