The 13th annual outdoor game will be held at Target Field.
A local non-profit hosts an off-season scare attraction as it prepares to seek a new location for 2020.
Is 2021 the year the state finally attracts the NHL's signature game?
Filling the location vacated in 2017 by JCPenney, the new facility features an athletic resort, indoor soccer fields, coworking space, spa, and cafe.
The sports website is thriving against strong local competition.
The Minnesota Vikings-linked Call of Duty esports team will begin competing in January 2020.
Why a New York producer chose St. Paul for a pre-Broadway run of “Six.”
The deal follows a recent partnership with TV provider Dish.
The most expensive Life Time ever built in Minnesota will include indoor soccer fields and other firsts.
Sportradar has clinched a number of similar deals over the last few months.
Turnout was less than half of last year’s Saturday opening, although the next day was about par with last year’s Sunday, which was Easter.
The Afton native wants to bring home cross country skiing’s world championship.
The shuttered 1920s theater will host ‘interim uses’ with a $1 million infusion.
In addition to hosting the 2017 and 2018 summer competitions, the city will play host through 2020.
The lawsuit was filed days after the company was hit with a $27.3 million punishment from government.
The company will be improving its compliance program as a result and recalling another 107,000 of its Ranger off-road vehicles.
Hopes of turning the weekend prior to the big game into a major visitor magnet were not realized.
Just over a year since opening, Can Can Wonderland has doubled its staff size and is preparing for a big expansion.
As the analytics revolution washes over Target Field, we look at how data is changing the Minnesota Twins.
With it, the state stands to receive another major economic impact from the event, which a year and a half ago was said to be around $135 million.
L.T. Rich is known for its line of Z-Spray and Z-Plug brand of spreaders, sprayers and aerators.
A look at what local leaders think of the groundbreaking film, and the area’s own contributions to industry evolution.
Massachusetts-based Hologic Inc. landed the U.S. rights for the University of Minnesota's 'Dexalytics' athletic performance software.
High costs and susceptibility to weather conditions have created challenges for the industry.
In total, the running back will have to repay the Edina-based bank about $639,000 to cover a $2.4 million loan he agreed to in 2016.
"Economists have a rough rule of thumb: Move the decimal point one place to left, and you're far more likely to come up a better measure of economic impact than the NFL number."
For the next five years, rookie players will also have the option to receive a free Sleep Number 360 Smart Bed when they join the league.
Why the ball club moved back to WCCO.
Several startups are suiting up in hopes of getting scouted and drafted by investors.
Officials originally planned to break ground on the Sanford Family Sports and Wellness Complex later this year, but construction now may not start until 2019.