Hall Of Fame
Every day a quarter of a million people ride Metro Transit buses and trains. They’re leaving behind their cars and high gas prices, and according to officials, nearly 20,000 items. That’s what riders lost last year, a figure which includes about 1,200 bikes.
No one was more emotional than Cris Carter, who took six years to get in despite putting up some of the best receiving numbers in NFL history. He broke down in tears but quickly pointed out “it’s not because I’m sad.”
Former Minnesota Twins pitcher Jack Morris won’t be going into the Major League Baseball Hall of fame, at least not this year.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe’s latest campaign for a cause isn’t sitting well with his position coach.
Minnesota Vikings punter Chris Kluwe continued his campaign to get punter Ray Guy into the Hall of Fame by writing “Vote Ray Guy” on his jersey patch commemorating the Hall of Fame.
Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale has taken a leave of absence to deal with a family matter.
Retired Minnesota Viking Jim Kleinsasser headlines this year’s class of inductees into the University of North Dakota Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame.
Finally, a sunny day for Chris and Frank who are in Hayward, Wisconsin today. It’s Day Four of our tour of lake country and the guys are actually out on a lake.
Charlie Pride is coming to the Twin Cities for a concert appearance on Saturday night.
From $3 in his pocket when he came to the Twin Cities to the recipient of one of the most prestigious restaurant awards out there. The name “Tony Nicklow” has been added to the short list of restaurants on the Minnesota Restaurant Association Hall of Fame.
Former pitcher Camilo Pascual has been elected to the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame, as the 24th member.
Former Twins manager Tom Kelly was surprised by the club at their Diamond Awards banquet Thursday night.
Fans can vote online for the 2012 Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame class.
Mark Rosen got a chance to sit down and talk football with Vikings’ Hall Of Fame coach, Bud Grant.
When Jim Thome came to the plate, needing one home run for 600, the opposing pitcher wasn’t even aware how close he was to the milestone.