Wild's Parise To Likely Miss 3 Games After CollisionMinnesota Wild forward Zach Parise will likely miss the next three games, with bruising and swelling around his eye from a high stick to the face that led to blows to the head as he fell.
Vikings Munnerlyn Headed Back To PanthersA person familiar with negotiations says the Carolina Panthers have agreed to terms on a contract with unrestricted free agent cornerback Captain Munnerlyn.
Thielen Seeks 'Respect' With New Vikings Deal As Restricted Free AgentAs grateful and loyal as Adam Thielen is to his home-state team, though, he's not about to simply accept a discount for the new contract he's in line for.
Greenway's Retirement Is Vikings' Loss, Nonprofit's GainThe longest-tenured Minnesota Vikings player is walking away from the sport he loves. Chad Greenway is retiring after playing all 11 seasons in Minnesota.
Green Bay Paper Apologizes For Column Tying Peterson Case To SlaveryA Wisconsin newspaper is apologizing for a columnist who connected Minnesota Vikings star Adrian Peterson's child abuse case to beatings suffered by slaves.
Former MN Supreme Court Chief Tapped As Interim MSFA ChairMichele Kelm-Helgen's resignation came after controversy arose over the use of luxury suites at the facility.
Airbnb Has Big Super Bowl Plans For The Twin CitiesAirbnb say it’s planning to double the size of its hosting community in the Twin Cities ahead of Super Bowl LII.
Good Question: How Are Super Bowl Tickets Allocated?The countdown is on. The Super Bowl makes its way to Minnesota next year and that had Paul from Minneapolis wondering if he can get tickets. So, how are Super Bowl tickets allocated? Good Question.
With Super Bowl LI Finished, Minn. Handed Ball For Next YearThe New England Patriots became Super Bowl champions for the fifth time Sunday night, beating the Atlanta Falcons 34-28. Now, the clock starts ticking on Super Bowl LII being held in Minneapolis next year.
Vegas Gives Vikings 7th Best Odds To Win Super Bowl LIISuper Bowl LI is barely in the rearview mirror, but Las Vegas is already looking forward to next year's big game.
Tom Brady: 'Someone Stole My Game Jersey' From Super Bowl LITom Brady won his fifth Super Bowl and his fourth Super Bowl MVP, but he lost his game jersey.
Minneapolis Ad Agency Mono Talks Super BowlMore than 100 million people are expected to tune in for Sunday's Super Bowl.