The Twins' bullpen woes continued in a loss to the A's.
The fire sent a plume of thick smoke into the skyline.
A 36-year-old man was pronounced dead at St. Cloud Hospital 32 minutes after the 911 call was made.
The restaurant opened in 1992 and has been closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Deaths on Minnesota roads are up approximately 20% from the same point last year.
The estate of Irwin Jacobs wants to build six new homes on the late businessman's property.
A website says Culver's is far superior to In-N-Out.
The latest from Minnesota health officials.
Two men were killed and one man was injured.
Frazier's video challenged the initial narrative of Floyd's arrest presented by the Minneapolis Police Department.
The suspect killed in the incident is from western Wisconsin.
The Minnesota Lynx are sending more than their fair share to the London Olympics as part of the Team USA basketball squad -- Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen. The Associated Press writes in a profile of the three players that the Lynx have taken over the WNBA. Now they're looking to conquer the world.
Three members of the Minnesota Lynx will play for the U.S. Women's Olympic team this summer in London. Forward Maya Moore and guards Lindsay Whalen and Siemone Augustus were all chosen to be part of the 12 player team. Augustus was part of the 2008 team that won the gold medal in Beijing.
Maya Moore led Team USA with 18 points and Lindsay Whalen added 13 points to propel the women's Olympic team to a 88-63 exhibition win over Great Britain Wednesday. Lynx star Seimone Augustus chipped in with 8 points. Moore was named the MVP of the game.
Former Gopher and current Lynx star Lindsay Whalen helped the women's U.S. national team win their first basketball game in the London Olympics Saturday, beating Croatia 81-56. Whalen scored nine points in 19 minutes on the court, while her Lynx teammates, Maya Moore and Seimone Augustus, had four and two points, respectively.
The Lynx are back in the win column after beating the Indiana Fever, 66-64 on the road last night. Seimone Augustus missed a third straight game for Minnesota, but Maya Moore scored 15 points and Lindsay Whalen added 14 to lead the Lynx to their 25th win of the season.
The Lynx returned in championship form from the Olympic break with a 98-69 victory over the Washington Mystics at Target Center. Seimone Augustus scored 20 points and Maya Moore and Monica Wright each added 17 to give the Lynx (16-4) their third straight win since a three-game losing streak.
You Can Get BMTN Special Offers!