Hundreds of people went to area hospitals Tuesday after slipping and falling on icy streets and sidewalks.
No one was seriously injured after a commercial truck collided with a light rail train Tuesday afternoon at Fifth Avenue in downtown Minneapolis, according to Metro Transit.
Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic will miss the next seven to 10 days because of badly bruised right quadriceps.
These days, Timberwolves news is virtually all injury related, as the team announced that Kevin Love underwent successful surgery on Tuesday morning to repair his broken right hand.
The hand surgery for Minnesota’s Kevin Love has been scheduled.
The Minnesota Vikings will have cornerback Chris Cook on the field in Houston, after a six-game absence because of a broken right arm.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malcolm Lee will be out indefinitely with an injury to his right knee.
Fire crews battled a large fire at a warehouse in northeast Minneapolis Friday morning. According to authorities, crews responded to the fire at Marshall Concrete Products at 2610 Marshall Street NE at approximately 7:25 a.m.
Three children who broke through the ice on a drainage pond Saturday morning in Little Canada are believed to not have life-threatening-injuries, according to authorities.
The Minnesota Vikings still don’t have wide receiver Percy Harvin back. Coach Leslie Frazier said Harvin won’t practice Wednesday.
Two men are in jail and one man is in the hospital after a massive fight erupted at a Wisconsin sports bar after the Packers-Vikings game Sunday afternoon.
While the Minnesota Vikings wait to see how star receiver Percy Harvin’s sprained left ankle responds in practice this week, they did receive some good news on the health of tight end Kyle Rudolph and safety Harrison Smith.
The Minnesota Vikings have two key starters who must pass post-concussion tests before they can be cleared for action, tight end Kyle Rudolph and strong safety Harrison Smith.
The Minnesota Vikings will likely be without wide receiver Percy Harvin again this weekend because of his sprained left ankle.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Brandon Roy is having arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, an ominous sign for a player trying to come back from years of chronic knee issues.