NBA Commissioner David Stern has given players an ultimatium. They have until Wednesday to accept a chance to earn up to 51 percent of basketball-related income, or get ready for a deal that's a lot worse. While the union president says players won't be intimidated, Stern is ready to cancel more games if the labor issue isn't settled.
New apartment proposal could spell the end for Myth Live
Myth Live in Maplewood has a spotty past with the surrounding community.
Police trying to find woman, 18, who was shot at in St. Paul
Police are looking for help finding the woman.
Man sentenced to life in prison for 2021 murder of girlfriend
Lacy Jo Krube, 36, was found unresponsive at her St. Paul home, after she'd been beaten in Brooklyn Park.
Police: Man found dead at rural farm was victim of homicide
The 79-year-old's body was found Tuesday.
New threat prompts closure of Richfield secondary schools
The new threat comes after a shooting outside the Richfield High School football game Friday night.
Parkland shooting survivor David Hogg to headline Duluth rally
The rally will take place at Leif Erikson Park on Oct. 1.
Stella's Fish Cafe closes temporarily to investigate viral rodent video
The Uptown restaurant said it was closing temporarily so it could investigate the claims.
Walz, judge in dispute over Feeding Our Future case
A Ramsey County judge disputed Walz's claims that the Minnesota Department of Education was ordered by the court to resume payments to Feeding Our Future.
2 dead, 1 with life-threatening injuries in Hwy. 7 crash
Both drivers were not wearing their seatbelt, according to the State Patrol.
15-year-old Richfield football game shooting suspect arrested
A 16-year-old accused of instigating the altercation is also in custody.
3 arrested after homicide, burglary in Inver Grove Heights
Charges of first-degree murder and first-degree burglary are pending.
NBA owners, players union to meet as game cancellations loom
Top negotiators for the NBA and players' association will meet tonight in a last-minute effort to avoid canceled regular-season games. Commissioner David Stern has set Monday as the deadline for a new labor deal.
NBA players reject league's offer, season on the skids
The NBA players union rejected the owner's final offer for a new collective bargaining agreement and are now set to disband and take the matter to court. Commissioner David Stern says the entire season is now in jeopardy.
Derrick Williams wants to play overseas if NBA lockout doesn't end soon
Timberwolves' No. 1 draft pick Derrick Williams says he will look into playing overseas if the NBA lockout isn't resolved "within the next week or so." NBA Commissioner David Stern announced Monday night that the first two weeks of the season have been cancelled.
NBA lockout wipes out November
The Timberwolves were supposed to begin regular season play November 1st. Now the best they'll be able to do is start December 1st because Friday's NBA lockout talks between the owners and players broke down without a deal, thus wiping two more weeks of games off the schedule.
Monday might be decision day for NBA players
The NBA players association is expected to meet in New York Monday to mull over the newest offer from the owners. The league wants a 72-game season to begin in one month. For that to happen, both sides will have to agree to end the lockout this week. If not, canceling the entire season might come next.
Vote or decertify: Wolves' Tolliver says union is split
Timberwolves players representative Anthony Tolliver says the rank and file is pretty much split when it comes to what to do next to end the NBA lockout. Commissioner David Stern has given the players until Wednesday to accept a 50-50 revenue split.
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