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Minnesota can really do some damage in the playoff race with a win Monday night.
It died at the University of Minnesota's Raptor Center.
There are deals to be had if you travel between April and mid-June.
The unique made-to-order donut shop opened its doors in Woodbury on Saturday.
The retailer was accused of dumping hazardous materials in landfills.
Another reminder that ice this time of year varies over short distances.
The two are believed to have stolen a number of packages in the area.
He's coached hockey in Minnesota for four decades.
Rashad Cheney Jr. picked the Gophers on Saturday night.
The deputy was attempting to make a traffic stop at the time.
Where Jimmy Butler goes, drama seems to follow.
His controversial tweets got serious exposure on Tucker Carlson Tonight.
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.
Rookie safety Harrison Smith might have played himself into the starting lineup against Buffalo this week. Vikings coach Leslie Frazier says the Notre Dame standout did "some good things" against San Francisco last Friday night, and deserves a shot.
When Vikings players begin organized team activities on May 29th, Toby Gerhart plans to practicing. He tells the Pioneer Press that he's in the final stages of rehabbing a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee, and "should be able to do everything" when OTAs begin.
Kalil needs hip surgery and the Vikings helped stem the Adrian Peterson injury by signing Hillman.
Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz and Minnesota Vikings coach Leslie Frazier say the stellar season so far from superstar running back Adrian Peterson is not only inspiring, but something beyond mere mortals.