The Gophers are quickly falling out of NCAA tournament contention.
Beasley was sentenced to 120 days in jail earlier this month.
Wilson has a 6-0 record against Minnesota and could be on his way to the NFC North.
Ostroushko, who learned his craft in the Ukrainian community of Northeast Minneapolis, had a versatile career including performances with popular artists and orchestras
The company, which has 12 stores in Minnesota, is pushing ahead of retailers Target and Amazon with its new minimum wage
Green will have immediate eligibility as a graduate transfer.
An exact reopening date hasn't been revealed.
This report comes as state lawmakers are debating proposals opponents say would "bail out" the state's largest city.
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'By this summer, every Minnesotan gets a shot,' Walz says.
Using a donation from Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota, the School of Public Health will work to address racial disparities in healthcare.
The news conference begins at 12:15 p.m.
After spending the last two years reporting for WNYW in New York, reporter Heather Brown is coming back to WCCO. Brown says her first day on the job in Minneapolis is Monday. She is currently working for the CBS affiliate in New York covering the devastation from storms on the East Coast.
Twin Cities NBC affiliate KARE 11 has hired Blake McCoy to join Rena Sarigianopoulos as weekend news co-anchor beginning Sept. 17. McCoy has been the weekend anchor/reporter at KTNV-TV in Las Vegas. McCoy will also join meteorologist Jerrid Sebesta and Dave Schwartz, who was promoted to the weekend sports reporter/anchor position recently.
KSTP-TV is bringing two Minnesotans back to the state: Eric Kahnert, who grew up in Apple Valley, joins the station as weeknight news anchor on Labor Day, the Pioneer Press reports. Todd Wilson, a Minneapolis native, starts work at the Hubbard-owned station as a general assignment reporter Thursday.
She will be joining Jason DeRusha on the CBS affiliate's Morning Show.
Former KSTP-TV anchor Mark Suppelsa will be back on-the-air Thursday evening after a month away for alcohol rehab. In May, the veteran anchorman publicly announced he was seeking treatment for alcohol addiction in Minnesota. Time Out Chicago reports his ongoing recovery will include counseling sessions in Chicago.
Annie Stensrud, who some people suspect was drunk on the air following an awkward newscast that went viral on the Internet, has been charged with a DWI following her arrest on suspicion of drunken driving weeks after the news segment. Police say she had a blood-alcohol level of .31 just over an hour after her arrest.
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