Have $275 to blow? You have until midnight to buy a share of Green Bay Packers stock. They’re essentially worthless, but you can call yourself a "team owner." Packers brass say the deadline won’t be extended.
Acclaimed investigative podcast 'In the Dark' canceled by American Public Media
The Peabody Award-winning investigative podcast earned national acclaim.
Former KARE 11 intern returning as station's newest anchor
Morgan Wolfe makes her full-time debut next week.
Former MN teacher charged for knocking student's tooth out with hockey stick
Kimberly June Neubauer has been charged with third-degree assault and is no longer a teacher at Princeton Public Schools.
Guthrie cancels 'Emma' performances, Illusion Theater delays premiere due to COVID
The pandemic is continuing to leave theater seats empty in the Twin Cities.
Property owners asked to monitor river shorelines in ongoing search for Elle Ragin
Investigators are focusing their search on the Mississippi River in Stearns County.
Over 100 shots fired in Brooklyn Center, no injuries reported
Police said they haven't learned of any injuries as of Wednesday.
Unleashed, off-duty police K-9 attacks boy in Isanti
The attack involved an Anoka County Sheriff's Office K-9, named Bubba.
New 'Big Brother' season includes a Minnesota attorney
Michael Bruner will compete against 15 other houseguests starting Wednesday night.
Man, 34, dies after being found unresponsive in grain bin
The incident happened in Stearns County Tuesday afternoon.
Laser pointed at plane descending into MSP Airport
Nationwide, laser pointing incidents rose 42% last year compared to 2020.
Packers stock sale features glitches, typos
The Packers are getting some heat for their $525 bogus stock certificates. The Green Bay Press-Gazette says a few hundred of the fake ownership documents were mailed after Christmas -- when the team guaranteed delivery before December 25. Not only that, but at least one certificate had a major typo.
Wisconsin DOT issues warning for distraught Packers fans
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is looking ahead to Super Sunday. The agency is warning distraught Packers fans that if they have to drown their sorrows over not being in the Super Bowl to make sure they don’t drink and drive.
Packers fan? Grab a shovel ...
Several inches of snow hit western Wisconsin last night and now the Packers are putting out the call for people to help shovel Lambeau field before Sunday’s big playoff game against the Giants. The team is looking for 450 people over the age of 15 to pick up snow. They’re paying ten bucks an hour.
Packers sell worthless shares, shareholders can't bet on games
This story is very amusing. Packers fans bought shares of the team's stock at a frenzied pace today for the low price of $250. The shares literally have no monetary value. That's funny if you're a Vikings fan. Even better is that shareholders face a possible $5,000 fine if they get caught betting on Green Bay's games.
Green Bay Packers clinch No. 1 seed
The Green Bay Packers are guaranteed home-field advantage through the playoffs after beating Chicago Sunday night, 35-21. Aaron Rodgers was 21 of 29 for 283 yards and had his first five-touchdown game of his NFL career. The Packers are now 14-1, clinching the No. 1 seed in the NFC. The 7-8 Bears are now eliminated from postseason contention.
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