Mike Max: Vikings 'Need Some Immediate Help' On Offensive LineThe Vikings have two first-round picks plenty of later-round picks in the NFL Draft to fill needs on the offensive line, at wide receiver and in the secondary.
'Veteran Lineup Would Help Twins In Shorter Season': Mike Max On Twins' 2020 MLB SeasonWCCO sports anchor Mike Max says the Twins' veteran team should be an advantage if and when the MLB season begins.
Minnesota Pro Hockey Player Steve Johnson Using Time Off To Bond With Dad In CockpitA Minnesota pro athlete is making the most of the time off by giving himself a lift.
Coronavirus Pandemic Leaves Hockey Players' Workout Routines On IceUnlike most sports, these ice hockey players can not simulate much, because there is no ice time available, and that means no time to skate.
Kirby Puckett's Kids Talk Upcoming Auction, Their Memories Of DadKirby Puckett's family will soon auction off some of his memorabilia, from a game-worn 1991 World Series jersey, to baseballs and gold gloves.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: HopeKids Pairs With Minnesota Wild To Offer Virtual EventsWith their participants more susceptible to COVID-19, HopeKids is transforming their events into virtual experiences,
Freddie Gillespie Talks 'Devastating' End To NCAA Season, Training For NBA During PandemicMike Max talks to former East Ridge High School basketball star Freddie Gillespie about missing out on this year's NCAA Tournament, and training for the NBA during the pandemic.
Former Gopher Star Leslie Knight Talks Adjusting To Life In Spain During OutbreakLeslie Knight grew up in Hopkins, and now plays professional basketball in Spain, which she now calls it her year-round home.
NHL Analyst Brian Lawton Says League Still Yearning For 'Champion' To Be CrownedNHL analyst and Minnesotan Brian Lawton gave WCCO his take on the league's stoppage due to COVID-19 -- and a personal scare that has gone with it.
With Basketball Paused, Kelly Roysland & Eric Curry Embrace Family TimeThey are bonded by basketball and marriage. One is a college coach, and the other is college referee. That meant this could have been one crazy month of March, and it was -- but not because of basketball.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Volleyball, Air Force Academy Classes Still On For Lily Landis While Home During OutbreakJust because Lily Landis was sent home from the U.S. Air Force Academy because of the outbreak doesn't mean work in the classroom and volleyball training take a break.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Twin Cities Sportswear Company Pivots To Make Protective MasksThe protective masks WSI makes are shipped around the country to hospitals, first responders and retail stores.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Olympic Runner Carrie Tollefson Says 'Get Outside' For Mental HealthWCCO caught up with Olympian Carrie Tollefson to talk about the postponement of the Tokyo games, and what you can do to stay healthy in a new normal.
Basketballer Raijon Kelly, Formerly Of Cretin-Derham Hall, Just Barely Made It Out Of SwitzerlandIn 2011, he was the point guard for Cretin-Derham Hall. He had ball skills, and he took his game to the next level in Switzerland. And then the world changed.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Ticket King Ponders Future After COVID-19 Sports CancellationsThe night the NBA announced Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, Ticket King came to a screeching halt.