Arrest made after person shot at Hopkins apartment building
Police say this was an isolated incident and that the victim and suspect knew each other.
BA.2.12.1 omicron subvariant quickly becoming dominant in MN
Experts say the subvariant is more transmissible but there is not evidence to suggest it causes more severe disease.
Teen paddle boarders rescued after 'abrupt wind change' on Lake Superior
The rescue happened off Park Point Beach Saturday.
DFLer who was in labor during endorsement convention to run in primary
Maye Quade gave a speech while in active labor before she ultimately withdrew from the endorsing convention last month to give birth.
Valleyfair opens this weekend, reveals full summer schedule of events
New fare includes walking tacos, hand-scooped ice cream and deep-fried pickles.
Jury selection begins in trial of Buffalo clinic shooter, Gregory Ulrich
The Buffalo health clinic shooter is accused of fatally shooting one person and injuring four others last year.
Tow truck workers struck by hit-and-run driver on I-35
The driver was in a black 2006 Lincoln MKZ.
Walz, DFL, GOP reach agreement on state surplus spending
The framework deal includes spending on education, health care, human services and public safety, as well as tax cuts.
St. Paul to close road in anticipation of Mississippi River flooding
River levels are expected to rise through the week.
Former Mormon church leader convicted of sexually assaulting boy, 13
It emerged that the church leader was a registered sex offender.
Lost 1-year-old reunited with parents in Brooklyn Park
The girl was found by a concerned citizen around 7:30 p.m. Sunday.
USA starts slow before crushing Argentina, 126-97
Team USA took a one point lead into halftime of today's game against Argentina, and walked out of pool play with a dominating, 126-97 win on Monday. Timberwolves' star Kevin Love scored 13 points and pulled down a team-high nine rebounds. Kevin Durant led the U.S. with 28 points.
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.
Women's Basketball: Team USA zaps Canada from Olympic tournament
Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore had a strong fourth quarter, helping Team USA blow out Canada, 91-48, at the London Olympics. The U.S. Women now advance to the semifinals.
US men's basketball team gears up for Argentina
The undefeated United States men's basketball team will go up against Argentina in the final game of group play at the 2012 London Olympics Monday at 4:15 p.m. CDT. Team USA is already guaranteed a spot in the quarterfinals, but a victory will secure the No. 1 seed.
Team USA looks a lot like Lynx
The Minnesota Lynx are sending more than their fair share to the London Olympics as part of the Team USA basketball squad -- Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen. The Associated Press writes in a profile of the three players that the Lynx have taken over the WNBA. Now they're looking to conquer the world.
Bulls hold off upset minded Wolves, 111-100
The Wolves fought back from a 24 point first half deficit to give the Bulls a run for their money, only to lose 111-100 Tuesday night at Target Center. Last year's NBA MVP Derrick Rose led all scorers with 31 points. Ricky Rubio led Minnesota with 13 points and 12 assists.
Whalen helps Team USA women win opening game at Olympics
Former Gopher and current Lynx star Lindsay Whalen helped the women's U.S. national team win their first basketball game in the London Olympics Saturday, beating Croatia 81-56. Whalen scored nine points in 19 minutes on the court, while her Lynx teammates, Maya Moore and Seimone Augustus, had four and two points, respectively.
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