Celebrating Homecoming With Girls Soccer MatchInstead of a football game, St. Paul Academy found a rather unique and creative way to celebrate Friday night.
Kylie's Kids: Imani's Bone Marrow Needs Receives Nat'l AttentionIt only takes a few minutes with Imani to catch some of her positive attitude. She has Myelodysplastic Syndrome, a bone marrow failure disease. She just had a bone marrow transplant at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.
Reality Check: Minnesota's Sports Facilities Building BoomMinnesota's new major league soccer franchise may be closing in on a location for its new home: a privately-financed $150 million, 20,000 seat soccer stadium in St. Paul or Minneapolis.
Farmers Market No Longer An Option For United Soccer TeamThe Minnesota United may have lost out on a prime location to build a new soccer stadium. Minnesota United has had interest from Minneapolis and St. Paul to build a nearly $150 million proposed stadium.
St. Paul City Council Backs MLS StadiumThe St. Paul City Council has passed a resolution backing the push to build a Major League Soccer stadium there. But it doesn't guarantee anything.
Kylie's Kids: Soccer Team Wins 'For Joseph'Joseph Young was playing in the State Qualifiers when he broke his ankle. But even though he couldn't play in the finals, he still had a big hand in their win. That makes him this week's Kylie's Kids.
8 Worst Losses In US Soccer HistoryDoes the USMNT upset to Jamaica make the list of our worst losses ever?
The Top 5 Athletes-Turned-Actors
Mexican Team Faces Off Against Minnesota United As Part Of Ibarra TradeWhen Minnesota United sold star player Miguel Ibarra to a Club Leon of Mexico last month, not only did the deal have a seven-figure price tag, but it also came with a condition -- that Ibarra's new team come to Minnesota to play a game against his old team.
Soccer Players At High Risk For ConcussionsThe Schwan's USA Cup has been going on for three decades, drawing teams from around the world to Minnesota. But organizers are taking some different precautions this year. They have three team doctors in place to look closely for concussions.
Gold Cup 2015: Where You Can Follow USMNTStill have soccer fever? The USMNT may be coming to a city near you.
Minnesota United Players Make A Multilingual TeamTiago Calvano speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English, German, French and Italian. Daniel Mendes speaks Portuguese, Spanish, English and Swedish. That's seven languages all together, and it's paying off on the field.