Al Nuness Works On Building Men At Hopkins HighAl Nuness is more than just a hall monitor at Hopkins High School.
With Spring Arriving, High School Athletes Finally Getting OutsideFinally, after weeks of waiting, spring has sprung in Minnesota. And high school sports can get underway.
2 Generations Of Novaks Watch Over Hopkins BasketballKen Novak Jr. he is afforded the support each day of a coach of 67 years" Ken Novak Sr., who is his son's biggest fan.
Khalid El-Amin's Son Ishmael To Follow In His DI FootstepsKhalid El-Amin was as dynamic a point guard as we have seen in this state. Now it's time for his oldest son to shine at Hopkins.
Man, 70, Speaks Out After Being Beaten By Hopkins High TeensIt was around 3 p.m. last Monday when Bob Ziemiecki says he was thrust him in the middle of a fight between high school girls.
Excellent Educator: Hopkins High School's Tim OwenTim Owen may teach his students how to speak the Spanish language at Hopkins High School, but his goal is to connect them to the people.
Basketball Helps Reinvigorate Struggling North Minneapolis HighA huge high school basketball matchup Tuesday night was about more than just the game -- the top-ranked North High School Polars faced the top-ranked Hopkins Royals.
Back On The Court, Hopkins' Coffey Prepping For College Career In MinnesotaAfter blowing out his knee and ending his junior season, Amir Coffey back on the court at Hopkins, and he's getting ready to put on a Gophers jersey next year.
Minnesota Basketball Star Siyani Chambers Turning Heads At HarvardSiyani Chambers was Mr. Basketball in the state his senior year at Hopkins High School. Now he's making a name for himself in college, and he's already set his sights at the next level.
Andrew Wiggins' Sisters Have Basketball Dreams Of Their OwnWhen your dad played in the NBA, your mom was an Olympic sprinter and your big brother's the number-one pick in the NBA draft -- it sets you up for the understatement of the year. "I think we've got good genes," Angelica Wiggins said. "Really good genes." Her sister, Taya Wiggins, agrees.
College Program For Developmentally-Delayed Adults Sees Strong StartIn its first year, Bloomington-based Beyond Limits is already off to a great start. The two-year college is designed to help developmentally delayed young adults learn valuable life skills.
Cheerleader Gets 3 Years For Prostituting Her TeammateA former suburban Minneapolis high school cheerleading captain has been sentenced to three years in prison for prostituting a younger squad member. Eighteen-year-old Montia Parker was sentenced Friday. She will spend at least two years behind bars before she's eligible for release.