Maryland Man Sentenced For Selling Fake Super Bowl TicketsA 49-year-old Maryland man has pleaded guilty to possessing fake Super Bowl LII tickets with the intent to sell them.
Vikings Foundation Sends Eagles' Super Bowl Confetti To Fans Who DonatedEagles fans who made an impromptu donation to the Vikings Foundation got a one-of-a-kind gift in the mail this week.
Police: $924K Bought In Fake Super Bowl Tickets, 19 ArrestedPolice arrested 19 people for counterfeiting over Super Bowl LII weekend. In all, more than $924,000 in fake tickets was spent.
After Super Bowl, More Americans See Minneapolis As A Good Place To VisitThe results of a new survey found that nearly 40 percent of Americans say they think of Minneapolis a nice place to visit following Super Bowl LII.
Washington County Super Bowl Sex Trafficking Sting Results In 18 ArrestsWashington County authorities say 18 people arrested during Super Bowl week in a sex trafficking operation in have been charged.
How St. Paul Scored Big During The Super BowlSt. Paul may not have hosted the Super Bowl, but it also had a huge with the Winter Carnival.
NFL Praises Law Enforcement Who Kept Super Bowl SafeThe NFL said Minneapolis executed one of the best public safety plans in Super Bowl history.
Romanian Orphan Adopted In Minnesota Gets Super Bowl TicketsA standout employee of the Minnesota Vikings is still on cloud nine after his Super Bowl surprise.
Eagles Fan To Pay For U.S. Bank Stadium Chair Stolen After Super BowlVideo of the man with a purple seat in the stadium's coat check generated more than 190,000 views on Facebook as of Wednesday afternoon.
TSA Sets Single-Day Record For Screened Passengers After Super BowlTSA officials say 60,883 travelers were screened through the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport on Monday.
Super Bowl Is Over; What’s Next For Minneapolis?From the Nicollet Mall to U.S. Bank Stadium, tourism experts feel the possibilities are endless thanks to the success of Super Bowl LII.
MPD Says Super Bowl Arrest Numbers Lower Than ExpectedMore than 3,000 officers from 60 different law enforcement agencies worked the areas in and around Super Bowl events.