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.
Miller cut his professional teeth working under renowned baseball exec Mark Shapiro at the Cleveland Indians. Now, he’s shifting gears to help boost fan engagement and drive new business opportunities for the Vikings.
League problems threaten stability of local women's pro hockey.
The charity program spruced up courts in Thief River Falls, Fridley, Marshall, and Little Falls.
Hopeful fans shelled out as much as $3,000 to lock in seats for potential post-season play. More will be sold next week.
A look at the business of the Giant Slide, a State Fair icon celebrating its 50th anniversary this year.
A local entrepreneur’s new racing series is igniting interest among motorheads across the nation.
High-profile workplace holiday parties may be on the decline, but two of the region’s most lavish events soldier on.
Entirely unique to Competitive Edge Hockey’s facility is the Crossover Flywheel, a giant spinning disc designed to build strength and acceleration in skaters.
From TV broadcast plugs to in-ballpark promotions, Gander Outdoors and The House will soon be featured on all things Major League Baseball.
The long-time president of the Timberwolves and Lynx organization will officially make the transition to Minnesota United on October 6.
The latest generation is entering the workforce—and emerging as a powerful group of consumers.
Peaceable Kingdom was founded in 1983 by the family of Clement Hurd, illustrator of the popular children’s book “Good Night Moon”.
The amusement park is gearing up for its annual ValleyScare event, which runs from mid-September to end of October period.
How two entrepreneurs are using smartphone technology to take hunting to the next level.
Was the all-you-can-stand pass a home run?
Lutsen says expansion is key to keep Midwestern skiers local.
Matthew Kazama’s journey to Ramen Kazama, at the corner of 34th and S. Nicollet Avenue, started in Hawaii, where he was born, and in Matsue, Japan.
Insurance giant Allianz acquired the naming rights of the new stadium, which will be called Allianz Field.
Was a youth volleyball tournament really worth $50 million to Minneapolis? A look at the opaque world of convention-bureau math.
The newly completed U.S. Bank Stadium helped boost their fortunes substantially.
The company, headquartered 30 miles north of Minneapolis, employed 225 people and purchased a majority of its boat building materials from local vendors.
Denise Daniels is suing the entertainment company for “an amount to be determined at trial.”
The three-year deal will not only impact the players’ jerseys, but also the concession stands.
The drive clutch in some of the company’s snowmobiles was found to fracture, posing an impact hazard.
Former executive director Lucinda Winter announced her departure last November.