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Happening April 5, it's the last in a series of Prince-themed Wolves games.
Minnesota takes on Michigan State in the Round of 32.
She vanished after failing to board a flight at MSP airport last month.
The Mississippi River is expected to swell to 20 feet.
Separate high-speed chases took place in central Minnesota Thursday and Friday.
Authorities think he may have been clearing ice from a culvert at the time.
Arizona and Colorado are both in action Saturday afternoon.
Minnesota is playing in the title game for the 10th time since 2000.
The body was found Friday around 12:15 p.m.
The suspect remains at large following the March 10 incident.
Earlier this month, Marilyn Hagerty's review of the new Olive Garden in Grand Forks went viral. Following a media blitz with appearances on ABC, CBS and NBC, the 85-year-old scored a reservation at Le Bernardin, one of the top restaurants in NYC.
Marilyn Hagerty's review of the new Grand Forks Olive Garden is a hit on food web sites and social media. Her newspaper account of a meal at the chain is described as "earnest," "pleasant," and "refreshing." Some readers wondered if it was a schtick from the Onion. Hagerty herself is a little mystified by all the attention.
Duluth-based Cirrus plans to bring up to 60 jobs at its Grand Forks, N.D., plant as it partners with a company that makes a new type of small "sport" plane. The Grand Forks Herald report Cirrus is taking over manufacturing for a large portion of the Icon A5 -- a plane that can take off and land on water.
The Mankato Free Press reports the superstar is scheduled to play in Mankato on Sunday, April 22. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Monday, March 5. And WDAY says he'll perform for the first time in Grand Forks on Saturday, March 24. Tickets for that show go on sale at 10 a.m. this Monday. Tickets sold out within minutes for his show in Duluth last year.
Minnesotans who planned on strolling across the border to Grand Forks, N.D., to become one of the walking dead in the city's Zombie Run will have to kick up their feet this year. The event, which was scheduled in conjunction with the Grand Forks Zombie Music Fest next month, has been scrapped over conflicts with another marathon.
St. Paul-based Ecolab plans to close its Grand Forks office next July, the Herald reports. The facility has 144 full-time employees who support accounting, customer service, human resources, information technology and other administrative functions related to Ecolab's Pest Elimination business. Layoffs could begin as soon as January. Some employees may be able to work from home or take other jobs at Ecolab locations in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois or Indiana.