The Minnesota-native topped both gymnast Shawn Johnson and swimmer Michael Phelps to be the most searched Olympic star on Yahoo. Vonn dominated NBC’s airwaves throughout the Vancouver Games while taking gold in 2010 in the downhill.
Animal Humane Society plans trailblazing new campus
Take a look inside the plans for a first-of-its-kind adoption center and animal care campus.
Minnesota reports 'concerning level' of syphilis cases
The Minnesota Department of Health says most of the cases are being discovered in the northern part of the state.
Airport police intercept 5,600 fentanyl pills headed to St. Cloud
Three were arrested following a police raid in St. Cloud.
Kris Lindahl files trademark for 'iconic' arms out pose
"The pose has become iconic," Lindahl said.
Man shot inside Oakdale movie theater expected to survive
The 23-year-old victim underwent surgery and is recovering at the hospital.
Driver falls asleep, crashes through motel wall near Duluth
Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 29
One of the newly reported deaths was a person aged 15-19 from Yellow Medicine County.
Alabama replaces Toby Keith as headliner at MN music festival
The Lakefront Music Festival is set to take place in Prior Lake on July 8-9.
General Mills gives Wheaties treatment to Olympians Phelps, May-Treanor
Golden Valley-based General Mills Thursday announced that not one, but two Olympic gold medal winners will appear on upcoming Wheaties cereal boxes. The company said consumers can expect to see swimmer Michael Phelps and beach volleyball player Misty May-Treanor on limited-edition boxes starting next month.
Olympic champ Douglas endorses Corn Flakes over Wheaties
Golden Valley-based cereal product Wheaties will not be the breakfast of Olympic champion Gabby Douglas. Kellogg Co. announced Friday that the Olympic women's gymnastics gold medalist will appear on boxes of Corn Flakes in her championship glory. The move is similar to the endorsement choice of Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps in 2008.
Skier Lindsey Vonn hospitalized with 'severe intestinal pain'
St. Paul native Lindsey Vonn has been hospitalized in Vail, Colo., with an undisclosed illness. Vonn, a gold medal winner in the downhill in the 2010 Winter Olympics and four-time overall World Cup champion, backed out of a promotional event in Vail Friday because of illness.
Report: Lindsey Vonn owes $1.7 million in taxes
World Cup champion skier Lindsey Vonn reportedly owes the IRS $1.7 million in delinquent federal taxes. According to the Detroit News, a tax lien was filed against Vonn and her husband Thomas in Nevada on April 2. In an e-mail, Vonn vows she'll pay it all back.
Lindsey Vonn falters in final Olympic event, vows she'll break the World Cup record
Vonn led after the downhill but the slalom proved to be too much.
Here's how you watch Lindsey Vonn go for gold at the Olympics Friday night
Vonn races in the women's super-G.
Late mistake costs Lindsey Vonn in the super-G at the Olympics
Vonn nearly crashed in the final seconds of what was a great run.
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