Nebraska may have rolled over the Gophers but their fans had a welcome reception at local businesses. Many Cornhuskers dropped hundreds of dollars each for food, hotels, drinks and shopping at places like the Mall of America.
Patrick Beverley returns but Jazz rout Timberwolves
The Jazz avenged last season's 0-3 record with a blowout victory.
Winter storm watch expands north, includes parts of Twin Cities
Everyone in southern Minnesota will want to keep an eye on forecast changes.
5-year-old boy fatally shot on Thanksgiving identified
Police said a few juveniles at the home were making a social media video when the gun went off.
Pig Ate My Pizza will close at the end of the year.
Its leaders plan to relaunch and "get back to the humble beginnings of Travail."
Allina parts ways with 53 of 27,000 employees over vaccine mandate
That's about 0.2% of the health care system's workforce.
Matthew Coller: How will Vikings fans react on Thursday night?
Will years of disappointment be revealed if the Vikings struggle against the Steelers?
Health officials encourage getting vaccinated and tested before the holidays
The state has launched a "Celebrate Safely, Minnesota" campaign to make it easier to get tested and vaccinated.
Charges: Parking dispute, scuffle preceded fatal stabbing
The suspect said he was upset about neighbors and their friends regularly parking on his property.
Hennepin Co. Sheriff injured in rollover, admits to drinking beforehand
The sheriff, in a statement, called it an "inexcusable decision."
COVID cases, hospitalizations, and deaths in MN dominated by unvaccinated
The latest figures from October show a disproportionate number of deaths among the unvaccinated.
Top MN football recruit Jaxon Howard to announce college decision
He's the son of former Minnesota Viking Willie Howard.
Gophers doubled ticket prices for Nebraska
The Gophers are getting set to host their third game this season at TCF Bank Stadium this Saturday against Nebraska. Ticket prices to see the Cornhuskers' debut game at the "Bank" are $70. That's double the price of a ticket to the first two home games.
Report: Great Lakes shipping is huge business for Minnesota and region
Shipping on the Great Lakes brings thousands of jobs, hundreds of millions of dollars in income and more than a billion dollars in business revenue to Minnesota, according to a new study.
Red light stop. Green light slow.
A power failure Sunday is hurting Minneapolis motorists today. KARE 11 reports a power outage shut down the city's central traffic system, leaving a less sophisticated backup system to regulate traffic signal timing. City officials say motorists will likely notice the difference in traffic flow over the next few days.
Military's green push could be boon for Minnesota businesses
The U.S. military is a hefty spender, and nowadays it's spending on eco-friendly technology. Princeton business e-Ride Industries, which is supplying electric vehicles for naval bases, is just one of many Midwest businesses that could see a cut.
U of M officially welcomes new president
A faculty procession and a sense of change accompanied the ceremony to welcome the University of Minnesota's next president. Eric Kaler becomes the university's 16th president. He replaces Robert Bruininks who is retiring his administration post, but will return to teaching.
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