Military Service Honored With 'Eye Of The Loon' Seat At Allianz FieldWhen Minnesota United drew up the plans for its new stadium, it wanted to have a unique feature. The chair is called "The Eye of the Loon," evoking the red eye of the loon on the team's logo. But why is it there and who gets to sit in it?
Blake's Robbie Grace Is Looking Forward To Go FarBlake senior Robbie Grace is so good at the long jump, she's better than most at the college level.
Meet Eagan Tennis Ace Maxim ZagrebelnyMaxim Zagrebelny may have the most mispronounced name in high school tennis -- but it's time we all learned how to say it right!
'We've Got To Make It A Fortress': Minnesota United Hope To Shake New Stadium JittersWhen the Minnesota United play their second game at Allianz Field Wednesday, manager Adrian Heath is hoping things are a bit more normal.
Courage Kenny To Expand Wheelchair Tennis Thanks To GrantThe Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute has offered wheelchair tennis since 2015, but it just received grant money from the U.S. Tennis Association, which will allow them to grow the program.
Twins' Byron Buxton Delivering Results At The PlateFor years now, the Twins have been pinning a big portion of their hopes on the potential of Byron Buxton. This year, it seems we're seeing that potential start to flourish as the former No. 2 overall pick looks to be taking the next step.
Scandia Sixth Grader Bella Leonhart Tees Up At Augusta NationalTiger Woods wasn't the only golfer with a big week at Augusta National this past week. A slightly less well-known story was that of Scandia Elementary sixth grader Bella Leonhart.
Minneapolis Gets Top Marks For Final Four, Longtime NCAA Commentator SaysFran Fraschilla is a veteran of many Final Fours who also was in Minneapolis in 1992 and 2001.
Coaches, Players Honored At NABC Guardians Of The Game Awards ShowIt was one of college basketball's biggest nights with college basketball's biggest names.
'Go 'Til We Can't Go Anymore': Wild Still Hopeful For Playoff BerthWith three games left in the regular season, the Wild have their backs against the wall.
Despite Loss Of 14 Seniors, Mahtomedi Baseball Aims To Defend State TitleWCCO-TV caught up with last year's state champs, the Mahtomedi Zephyrs, about the season ahead.