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.
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.
The personal aircraft maker is hoping to tap new markets for its innovative jet.
This spring, Minnesota United FC ascends to soccer's big time. What's its business plan in a sports-saturated market?
A local lawyer is looking for financial assistance in restoring an almost-demolished limestone saloon from the 1850s.
A conflict with Warner Music Group may mean Universal has limited access to the late artist’s unreleased recordings.
For years, the parent company of Minneapolis-based Sportradar US has provided sports statistics to international gambling operators. A change in U.S. law could result in a significant uptick in the data and security services it provides to national companies.
The Twins’ president discusses his organization’s lost half-decade and the clean-sheet reset underway at Target Field.
Ray Kroc/McDonald’s biopic is Twin Cities-centric.
The mayor of the Iron Range city said the two parties should “go their own ways” as it moves to evict the movie studio from its basement due to unmet payments.
The company will soon launch a subsidiary geared toward low-cost carbon fiber production.
If confirmed, the German insurance company will own naming rights to seven stadiums on four continents.
The experiential concept has proven to be a popular choice for friends, family and even as a corporate outing.
The Minneapolis startup was looking for a $100,000 investment in exchange for 20 percent stake.
The Timberwolves and Lynx are seeking additional upgrades.
Expect to pay $1 more to park and $1 more to walk through the gates at this year’s State Fair.