Gophers Score 4 Goals in 3rd, Advance Past BU in Frozen Four
Freshman Luke Mittelstadt scored two third-period goals in two-and-a-half minutes and top-ranked Minnesota beat Boston University 6-2.
New Gophers Coach Plitzuweit Has Four Core Freshmen Staying Put
The four freshmen recruited by Lindsay Whalen all decided their loyalty to the home-state program was stronger than the disappointment of seeing her depart.
Vikings’ Osborn Helped Pull Man from Burning Car in Texas
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver K.J. Osborn says he was in the “right place at the exact right time” to help save a man from a burning car.
Walz to Transfer Power During Anesthesia for Colonoscopy
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz will temporarily transfer power to Lt. Gov Peggy Flanagan on Monday.
U of M’s Whalen Resigns After 3rd Straight Losing Season
Lindsay Whalen resigned as Minnesota women's basketball coach after a third straight losing season.
Minnesota Moves to Crack Down on Catalytic Converter Thefts
The Minnesota Senate has voted to make it harder for thieves to sell stolen catalytic converters, a crime that has skyrocketed across the country in recent years.
Vikings Earn Top Mark in NFLPA Player Treatment Survey
Some teams need to do more when it comes to taking care of NFL players, according to a new NFL Players Association survey.
Midwest Could Add More Ethanol to Gasoline Under EPA Plan
Gasoline with higher blends of ethanol could be sold year-round in eight Midwestern states beginning in 2024 under a rule proposed by the EPA.
Minnesota Surplus Holds Steady; Sets Stage for Budget Debate
An updated forecast puts Minnesota’s budget surplus at a still-enormous $17.5 billion.
Sports Betting is Back on Agenda at Minnesota Legislature
Legalizing sports betting is back on the agenda of the Minnesota Legislature.