Hopkins will play for a third straight Class 4A state girls basketball title. The Royals will face Bloomington Kennedy in the championship on Saturday at Target Center.
It looks to be an exciting week at the Target Center as the top girls basketball players and teams converge on downtown Minneapolis for the annual state tournament.
What does Bethel’s star senior pitcher Matt Rowley share with Tim Tebow?
Five great theater performances are coming this spring that will delight people of all ages and interests.
Two Minnesota high school prep basketball stars have been selected to play in one of the premier all-star games in the country that will be showcased on national television.
It’s getting to be that busy time of the winter in high school sports. Playoff brackets have been set in girls hockey, with other sports not behind.
When you play for the Hopkins Girls Basketball Team, you play for state titles – which they’ve achieved the past two seasons. It’s not the same team in 2013, but they’re capable again of a high-quality season.
A Twin Cities woman is in trouble with the law after police say she left two kids, ages 2 and 3, inside a cold car while she drank inside a bar.
A 55-year-old woman is behind bars Monday after she allegedly left two kids, ages 2 and 3, alone inside a cold car while she drank alcohol.
As someone who keeps a pretty close eye on the high school sports scene, this is one of my favorite times of the year. January is coming to an end, which means conference races around the state are heating up.
It’s a big time in high school sports, and it usually works out that when we get into the chill of winter that things heat up on the playing field.
Minneapolis Police have identified the man who was found dead in an alley on Saturday night.
Every child wants to feel like a super hero. And now they can, and are encouraged to dress up as such when they learn self-defense moves.
There’s an opportunity tomorrow to help families in Twin Cities. If you have a bike or two that you’re willing to donate, we have just the place.
There’s no question times are still tough for many small business owners. An arcade owner in Hopkins has never had it harder.