For a long stretch in Fort Meyers, the big question was: “Will the Twins ever beat the Yankees in the playoffs?” From six divisional titles in nine years to back-to-back last-place finishes – what has happened to the Twins?
A big time Big Ten battle that hasn’t been seen in decades is going down Thursday night at the University of Minnesota.
WCCO-TV’s Mark Rosen interviewed Minnesota Wild’s Zach Parise on his and Ryan Suter’s enormous decision to sign in Minnesota and much more.
As our parents age, they worry about becoming frail and losing their independence. However, as we look ahead to the future, it turns out that technology might keep many baby boomers out of nursing homes altogether.
As our parents age, they worry about becoming frail and losing their independence. And we dread the talk – about their driving, moving to a nursing home, and preparing for worse. Mark Rosen and his mom are going through it now.
Politics have changed a bit since 1986. Back then, we didn’t have social media, the Internet or very many third-party candidates. So on the eve of this year’s election, we look back at an unusual one.
Golden Gophers football team players are showing support of teammate Connor Cosgrove by joining him in shaving their heads Monday — raising funds and awareness for pediatric cancer.
Nothing says Uptown quite like the Uptown Theatre, which has been part of the lifeblood of Hennepin Avenue since the early years of last century.
For decades, the Uptown Theatre had a charm of its own, but with age the historic movie house had become a dump.
Welcome to the kickoff of the 2012 Vikings season. WCCO’s Mark Rosen and Mike Max were live from Mall of America Field with plenty of questions to be answered in Sunday’s opener against Jacksonville.
Over 100 girls and boys had their hockey game “assisted” by a former NHL player and assistant coach Wes Walz at the Minnesota Wild’s hockey school.
Did you miss Rosen’s Sports Sunday last night on WCCO-TV? We’ve got the segments for you here.
The Lynx’s Monica Wright knows her role — she’s the team’s sixth man. It’s her job to react when her number is called.
Brandon Roy was a T-Wolf for about a half hour when they selected him in the first round back in 2006, then he was quickly traded for Randy Foye.
WCCO-TV’s Mark Rosen opened his Sunday night show with a live interview featuring quarterback Christian Ponder, the Vikings 2011 first-round draft choice.
Minneapolis Washburn High School is getting ready for the fall sports season in a big way — they’re rolling out a new athletic field.
Larry Fitzgerald Jr.’s annual event keeps getting bigger. In part because of the All-Pro football player who puts his name on it.
Did you miss Rosen’s Sports Sunday last night in WCCO-TV? We’ve got the segments for you here.
The last Minnesota high school player taken in the first round of the major league draft was Joe Mauer in 2001. That streak might be snapped this year if Rochester pitcher Mitch Brown is projected as a late first round pick in next month’s draft.
Nick and Mike Hutton are both having outstanding track seasons at a pair of Twin Cities colleges. The middle distance runners are both enjoying their success and supporting each other as only brothers can do.
Fourteen-year-old Maddie Gourley is off to quick start on her high school track career.
Toby Gardenhire has stepped up to the plate thousands of times as a player, but it’s a brand new ballgame for him in his new role as a first-time head baseball coach.
The Lynx have a roster packed with talent, and that means rookies see themselves sitting on the bench in the near future. But that spot is okay with Devereaux Peters.
One way or another, our long, long Viking stadium issue is coming to a conclusion, starting with the critical vote in the House probably sometime late Monday night.
Minneapolis-St. Paul Magazine is celebrating 40 Years. Part of their 40th anniversary issue features 40 lists to celebrate what the magazine says “ties us all together” as a community.