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For others, like David Hanson, the passion only grows stronger. Hanson, a 27-year-old former Sartell High School graduate, grew up on Super Nintendo, mastering the various Mario games when he was in grade school before graduating to a GameCube and,
In the land of windchills and snowbanks and dare we say the State of Hockey the words sound almost blasphemous. Outdoor rinks in the Twin Cities are drawing fewer skaters, and some are closing and it's not just because of this year's frigid weather.
Justine Mrosak entered the exam room, laptop in hand, and began interviewing her patient about his shoulder injury, systematically checking off questions and entering medical data on the computer. At Entira Family Clinics, where the third-year
In an unexpected twist on what seemed like a manageable injury, the Gophers sent out a press release on Wednesday announcing that the forward wouldn't be back on the court -- either this year or next. Osenieks, who last played at Ohio State on Feb.
Minnesota anglers scrambling to get their icehouses off lakes by Monday's midnight deadline faced an unusual problem this year: just getting out to them. Many had to slog through deep snow and drifts just to get to their houses, only to find them
Long before gay rights activists in Minnesota launched a successful campaign to legalize same-sex marriage, they were aiming for another high-profile goal: a state law protecting children from school bullies. Backers of a bill dubbed the "Safe and
A decline in the number of Minnesotans with employer-based health insurance is drawing concerns from state health officials, but also hope that the state's MNsure health insurance exchange has arrived in time to pick up the slack. The state's overall
Anarae Schunk, 20. (This photo was likely taken in a mirror, reversing the Minnesota logo.) resize text It's been five months since the body of 20-year-old Anarae Schunk of Burnsville was found in a ditch near Lonsdale, Minn., and charges have yet
Glen Perkins is an All-Star closer who has spent his entire life in Minnesota. He is the rare Twins player who lives in state year-round, has become a centerpiece of the Twins' marketing campaign and has vowed to play for them as long as they will
The University announced that Kill's contract has been restructured through 2018-19. He'll make $2.1 million next year, up from $1.2 million last year, which was the lowest salary among Big Ten coaches. Coach Kill is proving his model works here at