US Senator Al Franken talked about today’s vote on a compromise Student Loan measure among other topics on the WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee.
The Minnesota Vikings have reached a crossroad, coming off a remarkable season during which they improved by seven victories, made the playoffs and watched Adrian Peterson transition from ACL rehab patient to MVP award winner.
The Minnesota Vikings announced Tuesday they’ve reached an agreement with Minnesota State University, Mankato, to continue holding training camp on the school’s campus for at least three more years.
Plans are moving forward for the 2013 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener in the south-central city of Madelia. The governor’s opener and its public events will be held Friday, Oct. 11, and Saturday, Oct. 12.
A Mankato native is now recovering from her second heart transplant in 15 years.
A Mankato college student’s spoof video of an apparently tumorous rabbit that he dubbed Frankenstein has attracted hundreds of thousands of Internet viewers. Gunnar Boettcher and his brother put together the video after seeing the rabbit.
The Minnesota Vikings have announced their training camp schedule, and will report to Mankato on Thursday, July 25 and start practicing the next day. But they won’t be staying in their normal digs.
Police in Mankato have arrested a suspect after a woman was found dead and a man was injured in an incident Thursday morning. Police responded to the incident on the 1400 block of Second Avenue at about 10:30 a.m. Thursday.
Authorities in Mankato said one person is in custody after a woman was found dead and a man was hurt following an incident at a residence Thursday morning. Police responded to the incident on the 1400 block of Second Avenue and when they arrived, they found a woman dead.
Minnesota State, Mankato, right-hander Jason Hoppe has set the NCAA single-season record with 55 1-3 consecutive scoreless innings.
Minnesota Vikings players will report training camp on the campus of Minnesota State University – Mankato on Thursday, July 25, the team announced Tuesday.
A former head football coach at Minnesota State University, Mankato, is speaking out after he was cleared of child pornography charges, but fired from his job. In an interview airing on ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” Sunday morning, former coach Todd Hoffner says a simple mistake turned his life upside down, and he wants to return to football coaching.
A former head football coach for Minnesota State University, Mankato, who was cleared of child pornography charges last year but reassigned to an administrative position, is no longer employed at the university, the school said Wednesday.
A judge has ruled that the investigative file in the case of a former college football coach who was cleared of child pornography charges will remain private, according to court documents filed Friday.
Two children in Mankato are in the hospital after being struck by a truck Thursday morning.