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Minnesota is playing in the title game for the 10th time since 2000.
The body was found Friday around 12:15 p.m.
The suspect remains at large following the March 10 incident.
Sarah Papenheim, 21, was found brutally stabbed to death in December.
The 39-year-old man has been charged with two felonies.
The Department of Homeland Security is aware of the issue.
Crews are working to finish the 28th Street bridge.
Headed to the Twins' Home Opener next Thursday?
It happened around 11:15 p.m. Thursday.
This decision clears the way for the project's construction.
A new report lays out a future with more flooding, more heat, and worse water.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says he’s “ready to get hit.” But AP is still on the sidelines, rehabbing his left knee. He won’t play Friday night in the first pre-season game in San Francisco, but head coach Leslie Frazier says Peterson is still on track to play in the season opener.
Adrian Peterson tested his reconstructed left knee by running inside the Vikings' practice facility at Winter Park last week. The goal of the test run was to judge Peterson's movement. Leslie Frazier told reporters Tuesday that head trainer Eric Sugarman was "really impressed with his movement and the things he was able to do."
Two of the NFL's top running backs will be limited when the Vikings and Jaguars meet in the season opener on Sunday. Vikings' head coach Leslie Frazier says Adrian Peterson is still a game-time decision, and will be limited if he does play. Jaguars' star Maurice Jones Drew will also be limited.
Vikings coach Leslie Frazier confirmed today that Adrian Peterson won't play the final two exhibition games against San Diego and Houston. While there are no setbacks in Peterson's recovery from knee surgery, Frazier says this is "the right thing to do."
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against Jacksonville. Will Peterson play? A green light was expected by Saturday, but coach Leslie Frazier has now backed off of that stance.
Adrian Peterson removed the walking boot from his sprained left ankle Friday, but he was still unable to practice. Head coach Leslie Frazier says Peterson is “very, very doubtful” for Sunday’s game in Atlanta. The only players who are officially out for the game are Husain Abdullah and Anthony Herrera.
Adrian Peterson is OK with Leslie Frazier's decision to hold him out of the final two preseason games, but he's still excited to get tackled or run someone over. Peterson, who's been trying to be patient, says his goal of playing in the season opener against the Jaguars hasn't changed.