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More investment is coming to the North End of the fairgrounds.
Vikings fans love celebrating the Saints' heartbreak.
It is a federal holiday, so there will be some closures. Here's a list.
She was the first Democratic senator to call on Franken to resign.
The opening coincides with a new series of "Vinyl Revival" events at the library
We're not kidding. He really did.
There are 168 teachers up for the award this year.
Police are looking for suspects now.
There will be two areas of heavier snow totals.
The officer has been placed on leave, as per standard procedure.
Twins President Dave St. Peter says the Twins are optimistic about the possibility of hosting the 2014 MLB All-Star Game at Target Field, but "there is still nothing official to report." Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is expected to announce the host of the 2014 All-Star Game soon.
Commissioner of Major League Baseball Bud Selig still hasn't confirmed if the Minnesota Twins will be awarded the 2014 All-Star Game. However, Selig told the Pioneer Press Tuesday, "They've made a very good bid, and everybody knows how I feel about the Twin Cities. That's the only hint I'll give." Selig is expected to make an official announcement soon.
The worst-kept secret in baseball is about to get out. The Star-Tribune reports commissioner Bud Selig will hold a news conference at Target Field Wednesday to announce the Twins will get the 2014 All-Star Game.
Commissioner Bud Selig announced Wednesday that the 2014 All-Star game will be at Target Field in Minneapolis.
Major League Baseball and Minneapolis officials have differing opinions on how much money the 2014 All-Star game at Target Field will bring to the city, but all agree it will certainly have a major economic impact. The six-day event filled with activities surrounding the actual game could bring between an estimated $75 to $110 million for the city.