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Police say that online solicitation "continues to be a statewide problem."
Swatting is a false reporting of a crime and is extremely dangerous.
Spring training is coming to a close.
We might be acting unfair, but Minnesota is the State of Hockey.
The suspect has been charged with nine felonies.
An investigation is ongoing.
Bilas says the selection committee made the matchup in poor taste.
Guentzel says she has big plans for what's next.
Vikings rookie safety Harrison Smith tells the Pioneer Press that he doesn't want to be known as a "loose cannon" following his ejection for shoving a referee on Sunday. Smith says he's never been ejected before and it still hasn't set in that it happened in an NFL game.
We promise to not get too football nerdly on you, but here are a trio of numbers from Sunday's game that made for a wild day at the good old Metrodome in the Vikings' win over Arizona.
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.
Rookie safety Harrison Smith and wide receiver Percy Harvin got into a shoving match at training camp in Mankato Wednesday and had to be separated by teammates. The fight started after Smith collided hard with Harvin in pass coverage. Afterwards, Smith said, "It's just football."