MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From the Denver Broncos winning Super Bowl 50 to the Chinese New Year to Beyonce stopping at TCF Bank Stadium on her latest tour, here’s a look at the top four stories from Monday, Feb. 8, 2016.3 Hospitalized After Crash Involving Ambulance In Central Minnesota
The Denver Broncos and their fans are celebrating a Super Bowl victory.
The Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers 24 – 10 in Santa Clara Sunday night, securing a second Super Bowl win for quarterback Peyton Manning. He’s the first starting quarterback to win two Super Bowls with two different teams.
However, Manning wouldn’t say if he is going to retire.
Broncos linebacker Von Miller was named the game’s MVP.
The Presidential candidates are making their final pitches to New Hampshire voters Monday. This comes ahead of Tuesday’s first in the nation primary.
The latest polls show Donald Trump leading Republicans in New Hampshire, with Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush and John Kasich locked in a fierce battle for second place.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: 2,868 New Cases, 29 More Deaths Reported
On the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders is ten points ahead of Hillary Clinton in the Granite State, but Clinton is closing the gap.
Monday begins the Year of the Monkey in China.
Monkey years are believed to be positive and optimistic, so they say more people have babies in Asia during monkey years.
Parents want their kids to have good luck.
Beyonce is going to perform at TCF Bank Stadium on Monday, May 23.
Most people will be able to buy tickets on Tuesday, Feb. 22.MORE NEWS: Nurses Strike Enters Day 2 At WestHealth In Plymouth
Ticket prices will range between $40 and $300.