Recovered From Back Injury, John Sullivan Ready To PlayOne player determined to be back at the center spot is John Sullivan. He thinks the back injury that sidelined him for most of last season is part of his past.
New Viking Alex Boone Is Here To Work...And Have FunNew Vikings guard Alex Boone has made a grand entrance to Minnesota. He’s here for off-season workouts and to train and bond.
Twins Coach Gene Glynn Stays Close To His Roots In WasecaIn Minnesota, Gene Glynn is so much more than a coach for the Twins -- he was the first-ever Mr. Basketball in the state, out of Waseca in 1975.
Legendary Coach Mike Grant Strives To Help Single ParentsIconic Eden Prairie High School football coach Mike Grant has achieved about all you can achieve in his field. He has earned more state titles than other in the state, and he was also honored as National Coach of the Year.
Vikings Have Several Options With No. 23 PickThe Minnesota Vikings have all kinds of considerations with the No. 23 pick in the NFL Draft Thursday night.
With Wild Season Over, Uncertainty BeginsMinnesota Wild players cleaned out their lockers on Wednesday and said goodbye until they come together to get ready for next season.
Gopher Football Team Spends The Day With Hope KidsThey come to work out with the Gopher football team, and that's a big deal.
Tink Larson Reflects On Fire That Destroyed Part Of FieldThe night the grandstand went down in flames, it was surreal.
Minnetonka-Hopkins Gymnasts Prep For Junior OlympicsIn Minnesota, gymnastics is not a sport offered in high schools -- they have to go to clubs.
Wild's Reilly Feels At Home With Fellow GophersIt is always interesting to see the local connections come up to the Minnesota Wild. There are several, including defenseman Mike Reilly. He has been up and down, and he is learning -- and he carries with him a sense of Wild history.
Wild Must Ramp Up Passion In Game 4It is amazing how a win can change your entire outlook. The Minnesota Wild got it in Game Three, and they need a big dose of that same emotion Wednesday in Game Four.
Matthew Frome Is The Heart Of Eagan High SchoolMatthew Frome walks the halls of Eagan High School, where he is one busy guy. "I'm involved in everything," Matthew said. He is a friend to many; the manager of the soccer and basketball teams -- and so much more.