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A 15-member committee picked the top 20 players in league history in conjunction with the league's 20th anniversary season.
The Rands made it and share their reflections and photos from Grandma's Marathon on Saturday.
A lot of runners hate the treadmill, but it beats the alternative.
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For newly made U.S. vehicles that weigh more than 26,000 pounds, regulators are considering a cap of 60, 65 or 68 mph, though that could change.
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Sean Neely accuses the festival of "false advertising" because it claims to be nonjuried.
The Twins will hire a presidential-level executive who will have authority over all baseball decisions yet be freed from the day-to-day particulars of the GM job. That person will then hire a GM.
Maine's bombastic Republican governor has built a reputation on his unfiltered comments, but his obscene tirade unleashed on a liberal lawmaker prompted Democratic lawmakers Friday to warn that the governor was coming unhinged and to call for a political intervention.
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Apparently, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer still believes players can be motivated by lying over what's being said about them
The 22-year-old former starter at Minnesota looks to redeem himself, more than two years after he was involved in a nightclub fight that left a former Minnesota State-Mankato player with a serious brain injury
The NBC networks are broadcasting more than 6,700 hours of Olympics coverage across 10 channels. Here's a programming and channel guide.
As a kid, Jay Johnson saw Tony Dungy play at Memorial Stadium. The Lakeville High graduate failed to capture the attention of the Gophers while in high school, ending up at Northern Iowa instead.