Quick Bite: 3 stories to read over lunch


Number of priests suspected of abuse triples

The number of priests in the Twin Cities Archdiocese accused of sexually abusing a minor may be more than three times higher than previously publicized. A court document revealed yesterday shows the Archdiocese has acknowledged 103 priests have been accused of abuse – last winter the Archdiocese published a list of just 34 “credibly accused” priests.

Click here to read more.

Amputee Adrian Petersen meets inspiration: Vikings’ AP

A Vikings fan named Adrian Petersen got to meet his inspiration, Vikings star Adrian Peterson, at training camp yesterday. The non-football-playing Petersen had his leg amputated after an accident. He says watching the Vikings' star come back after his ACL injury was his inspiration to push himself to recover.

Click here to read more.

Minnesotans plan to get together for National Night Out

Communities across Minnesota are planning to gather together Tuesday night for the 31st annual National Night Out, an event designed to put residents in contact with their neighbors and local police in an effort to curb crime.

Click here to read more and find an event near you.

Next Up


St. Cloud State blanked by UMass in national championship game

Minnesota had three teams in the Frozen Four but didn't claim the national title.

BLM mural in West St. Paul.

Minnesotan's fight to save his BLM mural gets international coverage

West St. Paul told Ryan Weyandt the art violates city code.

Alex Rodriguez

Reports: Alex Rodriguez part of group finalizing deal to buy Wolves, Lynx

The former MLB will become part-owner of the Wolves and Lynx.

snow, slush (submitted photo, ok to use)

Accumulating snow expected in parts of Minnesota on Monday

Far northwestern Minnesota stands the best chance for higher snow totals.

Screen Shot 2021-04-10 at 1.53.51 PM

Police looking for 'person of interest' in connection to woman's killing

The public is advised to avoid approaching him and to call 911.

covid, vaccine

Here is Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Saturday, April 10

Cases and hospitalizations have been on the rise in Minnesota.

Gabe Kalscheur

Gabe Kalscheur announces he's transferring to Iowa State

The former Gopher guard entered the transfer portal last month.


Asked about restrictions, Walz says Minnesota is in a 'hold pattern'

Meanwhile, the governor of Michigan is urging people to stay home to slow the spread.

walz and zapko

Watch: Beloved MN sign language interpreter profiled on Today Show

Nic Zapka's work made her an internet celebrity last year.

White Bear Lake Area High School

White Bear Lake students hold walkout over racist social media comments

School officials are investigating the anonymous Instagram account.