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There have been no Mega Millions winners since July.
Remember the harsh cold during the winter of 2013-14?
Dispatch logs reveal previously unreported details about the night Jayme went missing.
It's also sometimes referred to as a "Shock Doctor."
Kaleb Fischer was severely injured while repairing a manure spreader.
The 2nd District congressman made light of harassment allegations.
Commuters who take 35W northbound into Minneapolis will be pleased.
Denise and James Closs were shot dead at their home in Barron on Monday.
Bad news for tight end John Carlson on Tuesday as he sprained his knee and could miss several weeks. Better news for Adrian Peterson as he returned to practice after an allergic reaction to some jambalaya he ate on Monday. And rookie left tackle Matt Kalil caused Jared Allen to curse loudly.
Jared Allen envies Adrian Peterson's physique, which is why he isn't worried that Adrian will be able to come back from his torn ACL. Allen referred to Peterson as a "man-child" and a "manimal" that can eat two quarts of Cold Stone every day and still have two-percent body fat.
Defensive end Jared Allen has been named to his fourth career Pro Bowl. Allen leads the NFL with 18.5-sacks -- a career best -- and he's only three-sacks shy of a Vikings' single-season record. Allen's 101.5-sacks is most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2004. No other Vikings were named to the Pro Bowl.
"It should be real good for Matt (Kalil) to go against maybe the best defensive end in the National Football League on a daily basis in practice, and I think it will be good for Jared (Allen) as well because Matt is going to challenge him,'' coach Leslie Frazier said.
Vikings defensive end Jared Allen admits he smacked the Falcons' Ray Edwards in the privates a few weeks ago when Minnesota met Atlanta. But according to Allen, Edwards had fair warning...
Another day, another big award for Jared Allen. The Vikings’ defensive end was named the Sporting News Defensive Player of the Year. Allen terrorized NFL quarterbacks this season, piling up a franchise-record 22 sacks.