Something special is happening inside the Savage Dome. It’s the first of its kind in Minnesota. It’s an adaptive lacrosse program for special needs kids called No Boundaries Lacrosse.
A company in Wisconsin and Minnesota that was convicted of buying and selling illegally harvested wild ginseng has agreed to pay $100,000 and accept a two-year ban on transactions involving the gnarled root.
A catholic school in Fridley is making news once again, and again the story centers around an instructor’s sexuality.
The Fond Du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa joined forces with the Minnesota National Guard and the Minnesota Swarm this week to bring the game of lacrosse to young people. Lacrosse, a sport of Native American origin, is growing in popularity in high schools around the country.
The boys lacrosse state tournament starts Tuesday, and Eden Prairie is expected to win it.
A Coon Rapids woman is in serious condition Sunday night after surviving a bus crash that killed two people and an unborn baby.
A Lino Lakes man has been accused of swindling a Circle Pines lacrosse association as its treasurer for more than $35,000.
A portion of the Mississippi River near La Crosse, Wis., has been closed Thursday by the U.S. Coast Guard for dredging operations after barges ran aground.
Minneapolis Washburn High School is getting ready for the fall sports season in a big way — they’re rolling out a new athletic field.
Erin Hoeg had a busy Thursday. The senior not only led her Blake girls lacrosse team to a state championship over Eden Prairie, winning 11-10 on Thursday afternoon, she didn’t have much time to celebrate.
We’re entering the really busy stretch of the high school spring sports season. That’s right, it’s early June and it’s championship week for several spring sports around the state.
Kwik Trip Inc. is recalling some doughnuts sold at its convenience stores in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa because they may contain undeclared traces of egg.
The Swarm battled the Rochester (N.Y.) Knighthawks on Monday, Feb. 12 to a 9-6 victory. But for a handful of the losing players, their fighting spirit wasn’t over.
The Minnesota Swarm lacrosse team plays at the Xcel Energy Center Saturday night, taking on Washington. One reason there is optimism for the team in 2011 is one player: defenseman Joe Cinosky.