Gov. Mark Dayton expects most of the agency commissioners that served in his cabinet in his first term will remain on board. Dayton said Monday that he’s optimistic “that most are going to stay, most have been asked to stay and most want to stay.”
Reinstated head coach Todd Hoffner said he didn’t take offense to his less-than-welcoming return to the Minnesota State Mankato football team.
More drama over the new Vikings stadium. Team owners again Monday refused a request to return to the stadium bargaining table.
A visitor walking into the gymnasium at Lanesboro High School might notice a couple of unique things. First, it would be the mascot.
It’s hard enough being in high school. And then losing someone you love can make it seem impossible.
When last season ended, Kevin Love didn’t hide the fact that he expected big changes to occur this offseason to upgrade the talent around one of the NBA’s rising stars.
A team of food lovers in downtown Minneapolis is bringing culinary ideas to life for Target, and they recently shared some of their passion and secrets.
Teams of federal, state and local representatives will begin work to tally flood damage in 13 Minnesota counties and the Fond du Lac reservation on Tuesday.
There were plenty of cheers for the Gophers women’s hockey team, as they beat the defending champion Wisconsin Badgers Sunday to come out on top of the Women’s Frozen Four.
Ken Pauly is the boys’ hockey coach at Benilde-St Margaret’s high school. Now, Pauly is helping his players deal with tragedy.
The Minnesota Vikings have released veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb.
Trevor Mbakwe recorded his fourth double-double of the season, but it was his late defensive play that really stood out.
If the Minnesota Vikings left Minnesota, there would be a loss to the economy both directly and indirectly. But how severe that loss is depends on your perspective.
Some sports fans are taking out their frustrations on their loved ones after their team loses a big game, according to a new study linking sports and domestic violence.
The Minnesota Vikings could look a lot different next season, whenever it starts.