Shakopee Sabers Girls' Basketball Team On Cloud 9 Heading Into State TourneyThe Shakopee girls’ basketball team will play Roseville in the first round of the state tournament Wednesday. How they got there is quite the ride.
Wild Retire Mikko Koivu's Jersey: 'You Will Always Have A Place In My Heart'“There is only one ‘State of Hockey’ -- and you guys really are the best,” Koivu told the crowd Sunday.
Twin Cities Hosting Wheelchair Basketball TournamentMinnesota is hosting a wheelchair basketball tournament this weekend for the first time since 2019. The event is put-on by the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
Mahtomedi Boys Hockey Led By Senior Goalie Ben DardisThe boys state hockey tournament starts Wednesday at the Xcel Energy Center. Mahtomedi will be looking for its second state crown in three years, led by their goaltender.
Twin Cities Residents Dig Out, And Pump Out, After 1-2 Punch Of Rain & SnowCommunities are shoveling out after a weekend storm unleashed rain and snow across Minnesota and western Wisconsin.
Champion Simley Wrestlers Also Aiming For Solo TitlesSimley took the Class AA team state title on Thursday for the fourth straight season. On Friday, a plethora of Spartans aimed to continue their dominance, wrestling for individual state crowns, still riding the high of the team win.
Northfield's Ella Pagel To Make History At MN's 1st MSHSL-Sanctioned Girls' Wrestling TourneyEven as the favorite in the 165 weight class, which will consist of a semifinal and championship round, Pagel and all the girls are stepping into unknown territory.
Fun-Loving Hunter Lyden Isn't Joking About Earning Stillwater A Team Wrestling Title
'I Can't Believe This Is Real': Russian Minnesotans Speak Out Against Ukraine InvasionAs Russia wages war on Ukraine, Russians living in Minnesota are struggling.
'It's Daily That People Just Flee The Police': Brooklyn Park Shooting Suspect Collides With Police CarsThe incident left a sea of bullet holes. The suspect's next door neighbor -- who didn't want to be named -- was preparing for a job interview, when bullets pierced her home.
Team Manager Suits Up, Scores First Points For Eden Prairie Girls' Basketball"She's really one of our hype women," said Nia Holloway, a senior forward for Eden Prairie and a Gophers commit. "She loves to cheer us on and give us high fives and stuff like that.”
'Downtown Will Be Coming Back In Fine Form': In 40 Days, Minneapolis Hosts Women's Final FourThe Women's Final Four was last in Minnesota in 1995. The Super Bowl came in 2018. The Men's Final Four was in 2019. This time around, circumstances of the pandemic present a very different place.
Being On Injured Reserve Didn't Stop Wild's Matt Dumba From Hosting Inclusive Hockey CampNumerous youth hockey organizations participated in sessions of the camp that's aimed at making the sport more diverse and inclusive.
Ahead Of Snowstorm, Minnesotans Enjoy A Taste Of Spring"There's a big ‘ol storm coming tomorrow. So it feels good to try to soak it in before that storm."
Biker Rides To Raise Awareness Of Hong Kong Protests, Even After Losing Spleen In CrashAfter joining protests in 2019, Lee had to come to America for his safety. He continued the fight in a different way, setting out from L.A. for Boston, on a bicycle, in July. But in September his journey was in jeopardy.