WCCO-TV’s newsroom got a little bit classier this Halloween when the anchors donned the duds and catch phrases of TV news legend Ron Burgundy and his news team.
The red carpet will be rolled out this weekend for the Primetime Emmy Awards. With so many categories to review, experts were needed to help narrow down the top choices.
It’s easy to find fun things to do at the State Fair, and the Giant Slide has been a fun favorite for more than 40 years.
This week, WCCO’s anchors are taking a look behind the scenes at how their favorite State Fair foods are being prepared.
As a kid, many of fans emulated their favorite sports heroes. But MJ Huss is a Twin Cities toddler who transforms into his big league idols. When the Twins heard about the little slugger’s talent, they invited MJ onto the field for a batting practice.
Whether you are in your 20s, 40s or older, chronic aches and pains can have a big effect on your golf swing. You can watch the lessons they offer on the Golf Channel all day, and it doesn’t matter if your body won’t move that way.
Outfielder Denard Span will be back in the Twins lineup, leading off against the Angels in Anaheim Tuesday night, after being out nearly two months after suffering a concussion on a slide in Kansas City on June 3.
We all know that practice makes perfect, right? Well, everybody except the folks who responded to a new golf survey. They picked lessons, custom clubs, and a few other things ahead of what actually helps the most.
Ten years ago, tragedy struck on the fields of Minnesota Vikings Training Camp in Mankato with the passing of Korey Stringer.
What is the best option when it comes to GPS? Some of WCCO-TV’s personalities put three different kinds of GPS to the test with Minnesota’s version of The Amazing Race.
It’s not the typical high school sport but on the waters of Lake Minnetonka, Minnetonka High School sailing team was getting ready to compete in this weekend’s Mallory National High School sailing championships in Texas.
Just in time for Selection Sunday, our old friend Don Shelby stopped by Rosen’s Sports Sunday to talk everything basketball.
Awards season is in full swing and before the Academy Awards gets to choose the winners, we let our own expert panel make its predictions — the grannies.
The Twins brought back most of their starting line up in pitching — but is that a good thing?
The Twins are confident in newly signed Tsuyoshi Nishioka — as long as he stays consistant and can adjust to MLB pitchers.
Beyond any individual storylines is the stigma of a Twins team still stinging from their latest sweep at the hands of the Yankees in the postseason. It was supposed to be different last October, but “home field” advantage at Target Field, proved to be irrelevant.
Things are getting back to normal at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) after more than a foot of snow caused many flights to be delayed or canceled.
Gophers head coach Jerry Kill was the main speaker at a luncheon at a north Minneapolis YMCA — praising the Y’s support for children.
It’s not easy being a Minnesota sports fan these days.
During Saturday’s blizzard, Vikings fans eyed the skies with uncertainty until the call was made that the New York Giants wouldn’t be flying into Minneapolis in time for Sunday’s game. Then, in a metaphor for deflating spirits, snow collapsed the roof of the Metrodome.
Since opening a new stadium just last year, the Gopher Football team has done nothing but struggle. And Coach Tim Brewster lost his job three weeks ago. Now the search is on for a new coach, with talk about a $3 million contract to fix 40 years of trouble.
College football is big business.
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