Greater emphasis on strength and conditioning has triggered changes in high school weight rooms throughout the metro area via hundreds of thousands of dollars of upgrades approved by voters.
Twin Cities to light up IDS Center, I-35W bridge, other landmarks in purple to cheer Vikings to "bring it home."
Don Moe, a legislator with passion for reform and brother of Roger Moe, dies at 75.
Trump attacks protections for immigrants from "shithole countries" in Oval Office meeting.
With more than 64,000 tickets sold, "Grinch" has Children's Theatre seeing green.
Ex-Hennepin County attorney Tom Johnson named archdiocese ombudsman.
Review: Meryl Streep's masterful performance is the big news in "The Post."
Downtown Minneapolis tower renamed for SPS.
Former Wild enforcer Matt Johnson surfaces and is arrested in southern California.
Creator of a list that ID'd predatory men in the media world reveals her own identity in first-person essay.
Are the Vikings the NFL's most tragic playoff team? We take a look.
Walmart closing Sam's Club in St. Louis Park and more than 60 others.
Flu cases spike as Minnesota enters peak season.
Developer proposes 17-story residential tower in Edina, along with new art center.
Politicians place wagers on Vikings vs. Saints: king cake or wild rice and purple ice cream.
New but nostalgic Nye's opens today with nods to the classic Minneapolis bar.
Carolina Panthers are interviewing former Vikings assistant Norv Turner for coordinator spot.
U.S. stocks brush off first wobble of the year to climb again.
Walmart raises starting wages and is handing out bonuses.
President Trump targets, then backs surveillance program in tweets.
Missouri Gov. Greitens acknowledges affair, but denies blackmail.
Brett Favre has a new concussion documentary, prefers grandsons play golf.
President Trump calls U.S. court system "broken and unfair."
Heavy snow will miss the Twin Cities, but arctic air will not.
James Franco says sexual misconduct allegations aren't accurate.
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