'What Independence Are You Celebrating?' Black 4th March Highlights Disconnect Many Black Americans Feel From 4th Of JulyA month removed from the riots and demonstrations that took over the Twin Cities in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, there is now the continuation of that movement.
With Shortened MLB Season, Each Baseball Game Carries More WeightPlayers are set report for another version of "spring" training July 1, and the league's imposed 60-game season will start either July 23 or 24, the league announced.
Mother's Love, YMCA Step Up To Help In Sudden North Minneapolis Grocery DroughtCub Foods on West Broadway Avenue was looted last week during the unrest after George Floyd's death. It's closed for now, creating an enormous and food and grocery desert in the area.
Basketballer Rich Melzer Back At YMCA, Discusses Sacred Place It Has Amid Community UnrestHe moved to River Falls with his family, made a commitment to basketball, and defied the odds, going from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls to the NBA and a career overseas.
Canterbury Park Owners Look For Creative Ways To Stay AfloatHorse-racing season was supposed to have kicked off this past weekend at Canterbury Park. For the owners -- the Sampson family -- that is a big financial burden.
Could The Loons End Up Playing In Orlando?Minnesota United FC just want back to games at Allianz Field in St. Paul, but there might be a detour to get there.
A Spring Without Baseball: Former Twins Brian Raabe & Son Take No Time Off Training During PandemicWith baseball season interrupted, top prospects are looking for ways to stay sharp. Zach Raabe is the starting second baseman for the Gophers and he did not have to look far for some help.
Should You Fish Close To Home This Year During The Fishing Opener?Obviously, if people in the metro area were told to stay close to home, the metro area lakes would be getting a lot of action.
'I Feel For These Guys': Fmr. Viking Ben Leber Talks NFL Shutdown, St. Jude's FundraiserWCCO caught up with former Minnesota Vikings linebacker Ben Leber for some football conversation, and for some thoughts on a project that consumes him this time of year -- one that's had to adjust on the fly.
'I Love This Game': Legendary Twin Cities Umpire Larry Gallagher Retires After 65 Years Behind The PlateTwin Cities umpire Larry Gallagher has honed his craft for 65 years – beginning when he was just 15. He decided to retire before the start of this season, before the COVID-19 outbreak struck.
Coronavirus In MN: DNR Commissioner Urges Anglers To Fish Close To Home To Combat COVID-19 SpreadThe Governor's Fishing Opening may be canceled, but DNR Commissioner Sarah Strommen says that doesn't mean you can't get out -- just alter your game plan if you can.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: MLB Umpire Jeff Nelson Prepares For Possibility Of Fan-Free GamesIt's not just players that miss being between the white lines. Umpires like Jeff Nelson also got their own curve ball in this coronavirus era.
Skating Coach Diane Ness Is Itching To Get Out And 'Just Glide!'Since the outbreak struck the "State of Hockey," it's been a long time since a hockey arena has been open. And that matters if you want to become a better hockey player.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Minnetonka's 'Virtual Family Challenge' Is Keeping Homebound Community EngagedMinnetonka's community education program is led by Tim Litfin, who is serving his city by getting creative.
Matt Birk Develops New App Built For Sports Fans, Letting Them Get Back Into The GameWhen football returns, the former Vikings player has got a new way for fans to watch it on television.