Minnesota native Megan Kalmoe, who grew up in St. Paul, and her three teammates won a bronze medal Wednesday in the women's quadruple sculls at the London Olympics. Ukraine was first and Germany took the silver medal.
The latest on holiday weekend severe weather chances for MN
The most significant severe threats are Sunday night and again on Monday.
Charges: Driver was drunk, high in head-on crash that killed 19-year-old woman
The young woman killed in the crash was a college student studying zoology.
What's open and closed in Minnesota on Memorial Day 2022
A guide to Memorial Day weekend 2022.
Truck crashes into Napa Auto Parts store after driver's medical issue
No employees were struck by the pickup.
Motorcyclist killed in Ham Lake after passing in the turn lane
The motorcyclist was hit by a car turning onto the road.
Minnesota gets cut of Ford settlement over misleading ads
The $19.2 million settlement centers on Ford's C-Max hybrid and Super Duty pickup truck.
White House names MN as location for federal test-to-treat COVID sites
Minnesota is one of only five states that will host the pilot project.
Minnesota Aurora's first ever game ends with draw before sellout crowd
More than 5,200 came out to see the game.
The Raptor Center says downward trend holding for avian influenza
A "baby shower" fundraising campaign hopes to help return young raptors to the wild.
Commemorative street name for Prince approved in Minneapolis
The block next to the First Avenue nightclub will be named Prince Rogers Nelson Way.
US women's fencing team, including Minnesota's Scanlan, wins bronze
The USA women's epee fencing team, which includes St. Paul's Susie Scanlan, salvaged a disappointing London Games with a bronze medal on Saturday when the team defeated Russia in a dramatic sudden-death bout.
Women's basketball team dominates France, wins 5th straight Olympic gold
The U.S. women's basketball team -- which includes three Lynx stars -- rolled over France 86-50 for the Olympic gold medal Saturday. With its latest triumph, the team has won 41 consecutive games and five straight gold medals since taking the bronze medal in 1992.
Melrose's Amanda Smock wins triple jump at U.S. Olympic trials
Add another Minnesotan to the U.S. Olympic team. Amanda Smock of Melrose won the women’s triple jump at the U.S. Track and Field trials in Oregon yesterday. She’ll next compete on August 3 in London.
Shved, Kirilenko lead Russia to bronze medal
Russia defeated Argentina 81-77 at the London Games on Sunday to win its first Olympic medal in men's basketball. Future Timberwolves Alexey Shved had 25 points, seven assists and five rebounds. Andrei Kirilenko, who is also returning to the NBA in Minnesota, added 20 points for the Russians.
Recap: Monday at the London Olympics
After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.
Minn. native Kalmoe named an Olympic rower
Megan Kalmoe, a Minneapolis native raised in St. Croix Falls, Wis., was named to the U.S. Olympic rowing team and will compete in the women's quadruple sculls at the London Games. In a video, she and her U.S. rowing teammates divulge their favorite workout songs.
Recap: Thursday at the London Olympics
The United States has stretched out its overall lead in the medal count to 10 at the London Olympics. The U.S. has 39 gold, 25 silver and 26 bronze for a total of 90 medals. China remains in second place with a total of 80 medals, 37 of which are gold. Usain Bolt was once again a blur in the 200 meter dash.
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