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NFL, Microsoft Team Up To Find Future Sports Tech ExpertsIt is about sports, with a different angle. NFL Alumni and Microsoft have come together to encourage students to look for careers in sports that don't require athletic ability -- but a focus on technology. We all know what goes on in high school sports. For most, this is where their athletic career ends. But it doesn't mean their sports career is over. A group of NFL alumni have teamed with Microsoft and others to create a Pro Experience Day. It is a seminar that introduces high school students to think about sports beyond between the lines.
Wolves Beat Blazers For 3rd Straight Win Since Butler TradeAndrew Wiggins scored 23 points, Derrick Rose had 17 and the Minnesota Timberwolves kept cruising without Jimmy Butler by beating the Portland Trail Blazers 114-96 on Friday night. Robert Covington and Karl-Anthony Towns each had 14 points for the Wolves, who are 7-1 at home and 3-0 since trading the disgruntled Butler to Philadelphia on Monday. The home crowd buzzed on a Prince-themed night with former Minnesota All-Star Kevin Garnett sitting courtside in one of the team's special purple-and-black alternate jerseys. The Wolves kept them cheering with uncharacteristically solid defense, sending Portland to its second straight loss with a season-low in points.
Alan Page Receives Presidential Medal Of FreedomRetired Minnesota Supreme Court Justice and former Vikings player Alan Page has received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Stream Missouri Vs. TennesseeThe Missouri Tigers face the Tennessee Volunteers in Knoxville, in an important SEC East matchup.
'I'm Just Grateful': Zach Zarembinski Thanks Community For Rallying Around Him After Brain InjuryTwenty days ago, Zach Zarembinski was in a coma. Friday, he was at home. The Hill-Murray senior collapsed during a football game on Oct. 27 and was diagnosed with a massive brain bleed.
Broncos-Chargers Week 11 MatchupThe Los Angeles Chargers welcome the Denver Broncos, in an AFC West matchup of rivals heading in opposite directions.

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Parts Of Southern Minnesota Get 4+ Inches Of Snow In November StormResidents in southern Minnesota may need to have the shovels ready Saturday morning as a snowstorm is threatening to dump up to 4 inches along the Minnesota River valley and accumulating snow in the south metro.
NFL, Microsoft Team Up To Find Future Sports Tech ExpertsIt is about sports, with a different angle. NFL Alumni and Microsoft have come together to encourage students to look for careers in sports that don't require athletic ability -- but a focus on technology. We all know what goes on in high school sports. For most, this is where their athletic career ends. But it doesn't mean their sports career is over. A group of NFL alumni have teamed with Microsoft and others to create a Pro Experience Day. It is a seminar that introduces high school students to think about sports beyond between the lines.
Just In Time For Black Friday, Mall Of America Debuts New Parking SystemWhether you love it or you hate it, Black Friday is right around the corner. Just in time for those massive crowds, the Mega Mall is introducing a new feature that will save shoppers both headaches and time.
'Perfect Just The Way They Are': State House Member Proposes Conversion Therapy BanA newly-elected Minnesota lawmaker is pushing to ban a kind of therapy that aims to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity.
Fashion Legend Nicole Miller Visits MinneapolisA well-known name in the fashion world spent Friday in the Twin Cities. Nicole Miller started her Friday morning at the clothing store dugo. The Nicole Miller label has hung in boutiques for decades. The designer says she stays relevant by moving forward and experimenting.
Labor Shortage Hits Auto Body And Service ShopsWith our winter storm knocking at the doorstep, auto body shops are bracing for a rush in business. Slippery roads will certainly send them a flurry of fender benders needing repair. But the tight labor market has many shops struggling to find enough qualified technicians, and that can mean some long waits.