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.
How water enthusiasts are spending billions of dollars each year enjoying the land of 10,000 lakes
The sports data company claims the program to be “the industry’s first free data program” that is aimed at early-stage startups.
In all, there will be 21 new state senators and 23 new House members in the 201-seat Legislature when the 2017 session convenes — more than enough votes to swing the issue.
The Minneapolis arm of the global sports data company will now be able to use Associated Press premium content in the products it sells to clients.
Among the group of five partners are three Minnesota-based companies: U.S. Bank, Federated Insurance and Treasure Island Resort & Casino.
The Mall of America recorded its highest single-day traffic draw in its 24-year history, while big box and local retailers throughout Minnesota reported strong sales increases.
Minnesota’s premier roller derby league sees value in its players beyond the flat track
The two deals now bring the sports technology company’s annual acquisition total up to four.
Most of the shopping is expected to occur at shopping malls and downtown stores, although respondents are increasingly turning to online retailers for their gift buying.
Two of the three new tour experiences will be exclusive for VIP ticket purchasers, which currently run at $100 a piece.
“Muslim girls want to play sports,” says Asiya founder Fatimah Hussein. “They want to do what other girls are doing. But there are barriers.”
Prince’s estate will maintain ownership rights for the recordings, leaving Universal with the right to assemble and repackage the music for sale.
The products manufactured by Regnerbau Calw GmbH will complement Toro’s current product line of sprinklers and equipment for sports fields and agricultural applications.
Glen Taylor opens up about three years of tragedy and turmoil at the Timberwolves and his future in the NBA.
Life Time Fitness threw an alley-oop to a local startup and created a national basketball craze.
The Chanhassen City Council gave unanimous approval to rezone Prince’s home, which can now be used as a recording studio, hotel, office and event center, as well.
This marks the first partnership the basketball organizations have made with a Chinese business since Lizhang Jiang became a minority stakeholder in the summer.
The exhibit will include branded merchandise and is expected to draw an international audience.
After studying how customers used its product, St. Louis Park-based Joia took that information and developed a new product that’s attracting deals with the Target Center and even a Vegas hotel chain.
It’s uncertain how much music is contained within the vault, but those close to Prince believe the number of unreleased tracks to be in the thousands.