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As Wild Mountain officials said, "winter is here."
It's the largest crowd for a soccer game in Minnesota history.
Carter's 1995 season was one for the ages.
The Bears lost so the Vikings are back in first place in the NFC North.
The sophomore was found unresponsive on Friday morning.
Four cars were damaged last Wednesday night.
A ramp to eastbound I-494 will be closed for several hours.
It's not clear what started the fire at the St. Paul encampment.
Giant waves battered the city's shoreline, damaging public walkways and parks.
The person struck is a 68-year-old man from Hopkins.
It's from a Minneapolis brewery considered unique in its field.
For Minnesota fans "We'll see you tomorrow night!" will be forever associated with two greats from the past: broadcaster Jack Buck calling Kirby Puckett's winning home run in Game 6 of the 1991 World Series. Now another city and another Buck have laid claim to it, as well.
Late Twins great Kirby Puckett would have turned 52 this week. To celebrate, here's his appearance on David Letterman where he delivered the Top 10 list one night.
We're not exactly sure how Super Bowl IV featuring the Vikings and Chiefs is on YouTube in its entirety (the clip runs 2 hours, 51 minutes), but we're not complaining. Sure, the Vikings lost, but Video Vault doesn't get any better than this -- even if it is in beautiful black and white. Watch it now before those pesky NFL lawyers order YouTube to yank it down.
With Adrian Peterson on the mend from his torn ACL, here's a look back at his greatest game ever -- against San Diego on Nov. 4, 2007.
The late Herb Carneal, the all-time voice of the Twins, calls 7th-inning action during the 1965 All-Star Game at Met Stadium. Classic, and missed.