Cross was a Pro Bowl cornerback, but his biggest impact was made after his career.
The latest figures from MDH.
The USDA considers the health risk "high."
Lindsay Guentzel says you shouldn't give up on your meal planning routines.
It happened in Renville County.
An officer was seriously injured.
The worst of the snow will now hit further north, affecting areas including St. Cloud and the I-94 corridor.
Dumba scored as overtime came to a close for another Wild victory.
Beal and the Wizards handed the Wolves their seventh straight defeat.
Marcus Carr scored a career-high 41 points, but Minnesota is still winless on the road.
Whatever happened to completely awesome celebrity-driven local TV ads? You know, like this 1984 gem with Mad Dog Vachon hawking beer for Chicago-Lake Liquor. Yes, it's a hairy man surrounded a "mountain of beer." Not exactly Kent Hrbek hawking air conditioners.
Libertarian presidential short-lister Jesse Ventura gives Gene Okerlund an earful in this 1982 clip on the weekly AWA wrestling show. Here, the possible future leader of the free world is engrossed with how he introduced the Rolling Stones at a recent concert at the old St. Paul Civic Center.
No Wolves today. No Wild. That means it's time for the most awesome AWA wrestling match of all time: Bobby Heenan vs. Greg Gagne. 1980. St. Paul Civic Center. If Heenan loses, he has to put on the legendary weasel suit.
This is what happens when the Twins beat the Angels in a regular season game at Target Field. After the celebration calms down a bit, a guy in a dog suit hops onto the field and heads to left field. Perhaps this can be recreated Wednesday night -- after a Twins victory.
On Nov. 8, 1989, Michael Jordan comes to Minnesota and lays 45 points on the young Timberwolves.
From the 1965 World Series (Dodgers vs. Twins), here's a duel between Twins' outfielder Jimmie Hall and Dodgers' ace Don Drysdale. It's in glorious black and white, and even though it's a run-of-the-mill at-bat -- we could watch it forever.
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