Police: Driver Caught Going 171 MPH Near DuluthHermantown police say a driver of a sport car was stopped after being clocked on radar at an extremely high speed: 171 miles per hour.
Hermantown Shuts Out Breck For Class 1A Hockey TitleRyan Sandelin and Cole Koepke each had a goal and two assists, Luke Olson stopped 23 shots and Hermantown ended a six-year string of title game losses by beating Breck 5-0.
Prep Blog: Friday's Top High School Match-UpsIt might be early January and our winter weather is finally turning frigid after a mild start, but conference races in the winter high school sports are starting to heat up and take shape.
Bail Lowered To $100K For Man Charged In 4th Precinct Shooting One of the men charged in connection to the shooting that left five Black Lives Matter protesters injured outside Minneapolis’ 4th Precinct last year had his bail reduced on Wednesday.
Wisconsin Bicyclist Struck, Killed In Northern MinnesotaPolice say a Wisconsin man was struck and killed by an SUV while riding a bicycle in a city outside Duluth.
Best Japanese Cuisine In MinnesotaEnjoy the Asian invasion!
Man Accused In Killing, Kidnapping Arrested In MinnesotaPolice in northern Minnesota say they've arrested an Indiana man accused of killing another man at his estranged wife's house and then forcing her and three children to flee with him.
Betty's Pies Founder Betty Lessard DiesA popular stop in cabin country is remembering its founder this weekend. Betty Lessard, the founder of Betty's Pies in Two Harbors, passed away at age 90.
Tweten's OT Goal Spells Repeat For East Grand ForksTanner Tweten's overtime goal lifted East Grand Forks to its second consecutive Minnesota Class A hockey title, as the Green Wave survived a miraculous rally by Hermantown to repeat with a 5-4 win. Trailing 4-2 late in regulation, the Hawks had gotten a pair of goals in the final 32.8 seconds to force the extra session, only to finish as runners-up for the sixth consecutive year.
Spring Lake Park Makes 1st State Hockey Tourney AppearanceThe Minnesota State Hockey experience really is unlike any other, from the homemade signs to the shameless mullets. "It's starting to grow on me a little bit so I might keep it," St. Cloud Apollo's Blake Theisen said. Like the players, fans take it all in.
Hard-Luck Hermantown Prepares To Hunt Still-Elusive State TitleWhat unifies Hermantown is the hockey team, so it's easy to understand how the Hawks have made the last five state title games. How they've lost all of them is hard to explain.
Prep Blog: Friday's Top High School Match-UpsThere's a great boys hockey match-up Friday night in the north Twin Cities metro between a pair of ranked teams with a combined five losses in 34 games. One of them was a state runner-up last year.