C) Surprisingly, this one wasn't even close. "True Grit" grossed more than $171 million domestically. "No Country For Old Men" grossed $74 million in the U.S., and "Fargo" earned $24 million.
Jamal Smith sentenced to life for Plymouth road rage killing
A guilty verdict was determined by a jury this summer.
What AccuWeather's 2022-23 winter forecast says about Minnesota
Snowier periods than normal December through February?
Lawsuit claims Daunte Wright's child hasn't received any fundraiser money
The lawsuit was filed by the child's mother this week.
Driver dies after crashing into semi-tractor that tipped over into his path
The crash happened on Hwy. 212 west of the Twin Cities Monday morning.
Scott Jensen repeats right-wing hoax about cat litter in schools
The candidate made the comments at a recent campaign event.
Police: Teen with machete damages shelves at Eden Prairie grocery store
Police arrested the 18-year-old at Jerry's Foods.
Ringo Starr's late cancellation of MN show was because he has COVID-19
The Beatles drummer was due to perform in Minnesota Sunday.
Fire destroys cafe, two other business properties in downtown Fairfax
A former pizza joint was also destroyed, while two other properties were damaged.
Woman dies from injuries in crash that killed her husband, another man
The couple in their 80s died in the collision near Lake Lillian.
2 Park Nicollet employees convicted of embezzling $500,000
The pair worked at a CPAP clinic in St. Louis Park.
No Jingle Ball this year? Twin Cities left off iHeartRadio holiday tour
The annual touring event usually visits the Xcel Energy Center.
Which Prince movie was the sequel to 'Purple Rain'?
Ready to feel old? On July 27, 1984, Prince's "Purple Rain" opened across America. But it wasn't Mr. Nelson's only venture to the silver screen. Which Prince movie was the sequel to that storyline? Was it: A) Under The Cherry Moon B) Graffiti Bridge C) Little Red Corvette For the answer, click on the headline above...
Which group of notorious bad guys tried to rob a Northfield bank in 1876?
On Sept. 7, 1876, Northfield's bank is accosted by a gang of bandits looking for a quick payday. They didn't get away with it, but who were they? A) The Heenan family B) The Vachon brothers C) The James-Younger gang For the answer, click on the headline above.....
Zebulon Pike bought land for which Minnesota fort?
Lt. Zebulon M. Pike received orders on July 30, 1805 to seek the headwaters of the Mississippi River and to buy Indian land for a fort somewhere on the upper reaches of the river. Pike would not locate the source of the river, but he did purchase land for what would become what fort? A. Fort Greene B. Fort Le Sueur C. Fort Snelling For the answer, click on the headline above ...
Which Hollywood pinup girl was born in Bemidji on this day in 1921?
In today's Minnesota's History Quiz, one of Hollywood's brightest stars was born in Bemidji 91 years ago today. Who was she? A) Jane Russell B) Raquel Welch C) Greta Garbo For the answer click on the headline above.
Which Minnesotan was the first person to walk around the world?
On June 20, 1970, a pair of Waseca brothers began their journey to walk around the world. Only one would make it. Who were they, and how did their adventure turn tragic? For the answer, click the headline above.
Which Twin hit a grand slam in Game 1 of the 1987 World Series?
On Oct. 17, 1987, this Twin would cap a seven-run fourth inning with a grand slam at the Metrodome in Game 1 of the World Series against St. Louis. Who had the big blast? A) Kent Hrbek B) Gary Gaetti C) Dan Gladden For the answer, click on the headline above...
MN History Quiz: Which Minn. governor was the target of an alleged kidnapping?
On Nov. 13, 1970, police arrest a man on charges of conspiracy to kidnap Minnesota's governor and a member of the St. Paul city council. Who were the targets? A) Rudy Perpich and Ron Maddox. B) Al Quie and Dave Thune. C) Harold LeVander and Rosalie Butler. For the answer, click on the headline above...
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