The Minnesota Wild are in Denver, getting ready for game one of their best of seven series against Colorado Thursday night.
What are the odds Kevin Love leads the NBA in rebounds in 2013-14? Or what are the chances Minnesota’s favorite Spaniard – Ricky Rubio – doles out the most assists per game? Actually, pretty good.
Minnesota leaders are taking stock of state departments that work in tandem with the federal government to determine those most at risk in the shutdown.
Jack Zahr came to St. Thomas Academy out of college 36 years ago and ascended to the job of athletic director. Eleven days ago, a massive stroke left the 58-year-old in hospice care. The school’s leader died on Tuesday night, leaving an institution in shock, and a legacy not soon forgotten.
The Education Minnesota teachers union has a new president. Delegates at the Education Minnesota Representative Convention elected Denise Specht as president of the 70,000-member union on Saturday.
Before freshman Rachel Parupsky even donned a Bethel basketball jersey, she came all too close to giving it up.
The MIAC’s leading scorer whips up delectable chocolate chip banana bread as easily as she carves up opposing defenses.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is getting federal help to more quickly trace contaminated food to grocery stores and other distribution points.
Let’s play two truths and a lie with Augsburg star running back Tyler Maxwell.
The Minnesota Vikings’ Kevin Williams is what a defensive tackle is supposed to be: big, strong, aggressive and willing to step up. Now, he’s also being asked to “speak up.”
The new head of the FBI in Minneapolis said Tuesday that health care fraud and counterterrorism will be his top priorities as he takes over an office that he says has been presented with a “unique counterterrorism threat.”
A 46-year-old former scoutmaster was convicted Tuesday of molesting a boy scout for two years, starting when the boy was 13 years old.
The Ohio-based president of a group representing three territories in northern Somalia has drawn the attention of federal prosecutors.
A community leader in northern Minnesota says he’s sorry for the damage his addiction to Internet porn has caused.