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Health issues have forced British crooner Engelbert Humperdinck to cancel two shows, including an already rescheduled appearance at a Minnesota casino. The Mystic Lake Casino confirmed Thursday that the 77-year-old Humperdinck has scrapped Friday’s show.
Investigators in Dakota County say a man hit it big at a casino and continued to take in welfare checks. Jin Park of Burnsville is accused of winning nearly $240,000 at Mystic Lake Casino in Prior Lake, and then took in around $7,000 in government money. Park claims he has already spent the money, but Dakota County Attorney Jim Backstrom says not reporting the winnings is a crime, and they will try to prosecute.
“Come on Down” is one of the most popular phrases in television game show history, and fans of the show “Price is Right” got plenty of it over the weekend in the Twin Cities.
Funding for the Viking stadium has come up short at the Capitol in the past, but racino supporters say lawmakers can’t ignore it any longer.
If Mystic Lake gets the green light for alcohol sales, it will transform what is already a travel destination into a far more high profile and popular spot.
The historic deal between Minnesota’s largest Indian casino and the largest horse racing track is taking a lot of heat.
Well-known for their mega-hits “Barracuda,” “Crazy On You” and “Dog And Butterfly,” Heart is still rocking and recording albums after four decades of making music. Lead singer Ann Wilson took some time for a WCCO interview to discuss a number of topics, including her upcoming show in Minnesota and the band’s next album, “Fanatic.”
The Empress of Soul is coming to the Twin Cities.
If you aren’t in the mood for “Scrooge” or “The Nutcracker” this holiday season, there’s another option out there.
A new production coming to Mystic Lake Casino promises to go beyond a holiday celebration and fully immerse its audience into holiday captivation.
Before he takes the Minnesota stage, “Late, Late Night” host Craig Ferguson was kind enough to discuss just about everything with me — from his recent Anthrax scare to his life-long love of science.
INXS is undoubtedly one of the biggest bands to emerge from the land down under. But after 33 years, more than 30 million records sold and a rollercoaster of ups and downs, it’s the music that never tears them apart.
An Indian tribe in Minnesota is loaning $20 million to the Santee Sioux Tribe to pay for improvements to its casino in northeast Nebraska.
Just in time for summer, Mystic Lake Casino Hotel will unveil a new outdoor amphitheater — and they’ve already booked some big-time acts.