The Vikings are just 2-6 going into the bye week, and Coach Leslie Frazier says his team basically can’t lose again if they want to think about playing “meaningful games” in December. He told reporters that beating Carolina yesterday was the first step in getting there -- calling the 24-21 victory “extremely, extremely” important.
Workers at Minneapolis Trader Joe's become 2nd in nation to unionize
The vote was certified by the National Labor Relations Board Friday.
Woman killed by suspected drunk-driver in St. Louis County
The crash occurred on Highway 21 in Embarrass Township Friday night.
2 ejected, 1 killed in crash that closed southbound I-35
The State Patrol says neither were wearing seat belts.
Best Buy makes job cuts weeks after warning of soft sales
The Richfield retailer has been dealing with a shift in consumer trends.
Man makes 'vague comments' about Jewish people, smashes own car with club
It happened at a course that was founded as a Jewish country club 100 years ago.
Suspect of home invasion, murder in Minneapolis arrested in Wisconsin
There have been 57 deaths reported as homicides in Minneapolis this year.
Charges: Man stole handgun from house, fired at motorcyclists from car
A chaotic scene that led to a police chase unfolded after an alleged burglary in Ham Lake.
BCA's Uniform Crime Report shows violent crime in MN spiked in 2021
The report details violent crime trends in the seven-county metro and Greater Minnesota.
Search for vulnerable man, 66, missing from Brooklyn Park
Alex Ramirez was last seen in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Quarterbacks won't be only rookies on field in Carolina
First-year coaches Leslie Frazier and Ron Rivera have a friendship that dates back to their playing days in Chicago. Frazier once tried to hire Rivera, who says "You always like competing against your brother."
Vikings' Felton apologizes for DUI arrest
An apology today from Vikings fullback Jerome Felton, who was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving over the weekend. Felton told the Associated Press he “regretted bringing some negative attention” to the team. Coach Leslie Frazier said he was “extremely disappointed” when he heard of the arrest.
Herrera only big name on injury report
Coming off the bye week the Vikings are looking as healthy as they have all season. The team issued its Thursday injury report, and it was basically a blank sheet of paper. The only names on the list were Chris Cook, Antoine Winfield, and Anthony Herrera. Cook is suspended, Winfield will play, and Herrera's injured knee kept him out of practice.
Kluwe: 'Amputation ... off the table'
Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is still nursing a sore hamstring, but he tells the Star Tribune that "amputation" is off the table for now. He says he should be ready to go Sunday against Arizona, but if he regresses the Vikings will likely have to sign a punter Friday.
Vikes to make 'game day' decision on E.J. Henderson
Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier says he'll decide Sunday if he'll start linebacker E.J. Henderson, who has missed the last two practices with a sore knee. Henderson tells the Star Tribune he's "pretty confident" he'll be ready to play, but Frazier says he wants to be cautious with the injury.
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