If Minnesota's sports radio talk show hosts are upset over the Twins, they certainly don't seem too bothered by it. At least, no one seems to have worked up an on-air lather like WFAN's Mike Francesa recently did over the New York Mets' miserable season. This is an audio treat for a lazy Friday. Turn it up loud...
Ex-South St. Paul coach dies by suicide 2 days before sentencing
Matthew McCollister was to be sentenced for fraud in federal court on Wednesday.
Minnesota 'glampground' named one of 10 best in U.S.
In Nevis, Minnesota, campers can stay in a refurbished 1905 train car.
Two men charged over terrifying armed robbery at Newport apartment
They shot the woman who lives in the apartment in the abdomen, and put a gun to a man's head.
Minneapolis 2-year-old identified in suspicious death case
The cause of death has not yet been revealed due to an ongoing investigation.
Victim of wrong-way driver crash ID'd as Hutchinson 19-year-old
Three women, ages 19, 20 and 20, were in the vehicle struck by a wrong-way driver early Sunday morning.
FOX 9's Mary McGuire, KSTP's Brett Hoffland expecting baby
The couple announced they're expecting this winter.
Eli Hart killing: Police investigating multiple crime scenes
An announcement Tuesday confirmed potential crime scenes in Mound and Minnetrista.
Twin Cities mental health workers gather for 1-day strike
More than 400 mental health workers are participating in the unionized strike on Tuesday.
HAZMAT team at Bloomington hotel following chemical spill in pool
The fire department said two hotel employees are being evaluated by paramedics.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Twin Cities gets $6M of Mackenzie Scott donation
The donation is the largest the organization has ever seen from a single individual.
Minneapolis accused of backtracking on 24/7 bus lanes for Hennepin Ave.
The Minneapolis City Council is set to vote on Thursday.
Duluth brings back masking in city buildings amid COVID surge
Duluth, in one of the state's current COVID hotspots, has brought back a mask requirement in city buildings.
Ex-Twin Johan Santana pitches first no-hitter in Mets franchise history
Former Twins ace Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in Mets franchise history Friday night. The left-hander struck out eight and walked five as the Mets beat the St. Louis Cardinals, 8-0. Santana spent his first eight years with the Twins before being traded to New York in 2008.
Mets shut down ex-Twins ace Santana for rest of season
Ex-Twin Johan Santana has been shut down by the New York Mets the rest of the year. He doesn’t need surgery, just rest and medication for his sore lower back. Ever since firing a no-hitter on June 1, Santana has struggled on the mound, going 0-5 with an ERA over 15 in his last five starts.
Twins rip Indians with power and pitching, 11-0
Justin Morneau ripped a three-run homer in the first inning and Josh Willingham smacked a three-run shot in the fourth as the Twins blew out the Indians, 11-0 Friday night at Target Field. Scott Diamond threw his first career complete game shutout for his ninth win of the season.
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