94 Arrested During Super Bowl Sex Trafficking StingMinneapolis police announced Tuesday that 94 arrests were made over the Super Bowl during a sex trafficking sting operation.
After Super Bowl, More Americans See Minneapolis As A Good Place To VisitThe results of a new survey found that nearly 40 percent of Americans say they think of Minneapolis a nice place to visit following Super Bowl LII.
Local Initiative Strives To Change Youth Sports CultureThe Super Bowl Host Committee and the NFL used the event to put a spotlight on youth and high school sports as well.
NFL Praises Law Enforcement Who Kept Super Bowl SafeThe NFL said Minneapolis executed one of the best public safety plans in Super Bowl history.
Philly Residents Flock To City's 1st Super Bowl ParadePhiladelphia's first Super Bowl parade stepped off Thursday as hundreds of thousands of deliriously happy Eagles fans jammed the city's main thoroughfares to celebrate an NFL title many of them never thought they'd see.
Eagles Fans Flock To Philly To Celebrate Champs At ParadeTens of thousands of Eagles fans poured into Philadelphia Thursday morning, some before dawn, to take part in the city's first-ever Super Bowl parade, celebrating a championship they've dreamed about and agonized over for decades.
ND's Governor To Repay $37K For Super Bowl SuiteNorth Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said Wednesday he will repay a Minnesota electric utility $37,000 for tickets the company provided him and his wife for Sunday's Super Bowl in Minneapolis.
Dozens Arrested For Soliciting Minors During Super BowlAll of the people arrested are awaiting charges. Most are from the greater Twin Cities area.
After SB Win, Reports Of Eagles Fan Taking Seats From U.S. Bank StadiumSigns of the Super Bowl in Minnesota are quickly fading, but there are a few reminders at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Super Bowl Is Over; What’s Next For Minneapolis?From the Nicollet Mall to U.S. Bank Stadium, tourism experts feel the possibilities are endless thanks to the success of Super Bowl LII.
MPD Says Super Bowl Arrest Numbers Lower Than ExpectedMore than 3,000 officers from 60 different law enforcement agencies worked the areas in and around Super Bowl events.