Wild's Josh Harding back on the ice


Great news for the Minnesota Wild on Thursday.

Harding, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis last year, was placed on injured reserve in mid-February after his body didn't react well to medication he was on.

On Thursday, he was back on the ice for an optional practice for the first time in over a month. While there is no timetable for his return, Harding tells the Star Tribune that "it was an exciting day."

Per the Pioneer Press, Harding thinks he and his doctors have found a plan that will allow him to continue feeling well, "and we're going to keep going on it and hopefully keep feeling good."

Next Up


Mall of America is offering a virtual Santa experience this year

People can virtually tour Santa's Candy Cane Institute.

PD Shimmers 4

Annual guide to finding holiday lights displays in MN is released

More than 80 holiday displays are on this year's list.

duluth police department

Duluth police officer charged in September shooting

The officer, who is a five-year veteran, is charged with two felonies.

Screen Shot 2020-11-30 at 1.31.42 PM

Enbridge gets final approval to start construction on Line 3 replacement

The project has attracted criticism from environmental and tribal groups.

Kirk Cousins

Is it a 4-team race for the final NFC playoff spot?

The key for Minnesota likely requires winning on the road against two top NFC teams.


Nov. 30 COVID-19 update: Hospitalizations reach new high mark

There are fewer than 100 staffed ICU beds available in Minnesota.

TCF Bank Stadium

Saturday's Gophers-Northwestern game canceled

Minnesota is dealing with a COVID-19 outbreak in its football program.

frances mosley vandals

Minneapolis woman's home vandalized for a 7th time since March

The most recent incident happened on Thanksgiving.

Grand Cafe

Jamie Malone's Grand Cafe is closing, building owners say

Head chef Jamie Malone will continue operations at Eastside.