Minnesota Lynx Welcome Back Fans To Target Center For Season OpenerThe Minnesota Lynx welcome back fans to Target Center Friday night against the Phoenix Mercury for the season opener.
'It Makes An Incredible Difference': New COVID-19 Guidelines Provide Excitement And Relief For MinnesotansTwins Fans Kirk Roberts and his daughter Lindsay, are already gearing up for a return to baseball after spending Friday morning shopping at the Twins store near Target Field. “Get an early start. That's why we're here. Get ready, get the excitement for the season,” said Roberts.
Gopher Football Is Back For Season Opener Against WolverinesIt won't feel like a normal conference opener, but Gopher football is back.
Fowles, Collier Help Lynx Rally, Beat Sun 77-69Sylvia Fowles had 17 points and 18 rebounds, Napheesa Collier scored nine of her 11 points in the final five minutes, and the Minnesota Lynx rallied from an 11-point second-half deficit to beat the Connecticut Sun 77-69 on Sunday in the season opener for both teams.
Minn. Hunters Gearing Up For Firearm Deer SeasonIt is "Orange Friday." That means in just a few hours, more than half a million Minnesotans will head to the outdoors for the opening of deer hunting season. It is a long-standing Minnesota tradition. The Department of Natural Resources says it expects this year's deer harvest to be relatively low, between 140,000 and 155,000 deer.
4 Things To Know: Wild Season Opener, Target Job Fair & MoreThe Wild kick off their 15th season Thursday and Target is hiring. These are just two of the stories you need to know about for Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015.
All Eyes On Adrian Peterson Prior To Season OpenerIt's a big night for the Minnesota Vikings. They kick off the 2015 season Monday in California.
4 Things To Know: Kentucky Clerk Controversy, Hunger Action Month & MoreFrom the Kentucky county clerk controversy to Hunger Action Month, these are the four stories to know for Thursday, Sept. 3.
Gasol Powers Memphis Past Minnesota 105-101Marc Gasol scored a career-high 32 points, and the Memphis Grizzlies beat the Minnesota Timberwolves 105-101 on Wednesday night for the franchise's first victory in a season opener since 2000. Zach Randolph added 25 points and 13 rebounds for Memphis, which had dropped its last 13 openers. Gasol also had nine rebounds, Mike Conley scored 16 points and Courtney Lee finished with 14.
Parise, Wild Blank Avalanche 5-0 In OpenerThe Minnesota Wild could not have started the season stronger. This game was so good they found themselves acknowledging afterward they probably won't be able to repeat it.
Minnesota Wild Fans Ready For Thursday's Season Opener The Minnesota Wild season opener for the regular season is Thursday night, but fans began the party early in the morning.
Vikings Sign Guard Fusco To Contract Extension The Minnesota Vikings have signed right guard Brandon Fusco to a contract extension. The deal was done Saturday, just before the Vikings were scheduled to travel to St. Louis for the season opener Sunday.
5 UMD Football Players Caught Drinking Suspended From Season OpenerFive University of Minnesota-Duluth football players are sidelined after being caught drinking at a party. Duluth police handed out at least 30 citations for underage drinking at a house party Sunday night.
Blown Fuses Shut Down Twins' Replays Before OpenerA pair of blown fuses shut down the Minnesota Twins' replay system before Monday's season opener at U.S. Cellular Field, and manager Ron Gardenhire hoped it would be fixed by gametime.
Two 'Duck Dynasty' Stars Helping Metro Schools FundraiseThe biggest names in duck hunting are visiting two Twin Cities Christian schools to not only kick off the duck hunting season, but to assist with annual fundraisers. Southwest Christian High School of Chaska and Chapel Hill Academy of Chanhassen will host Si and Al Robertson, the uncle-nephew duo from the uber-popular A&E reality TV show "Duck Dynasty" at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 6.