MN United's managing partner takes TCB inside the Twin Cities' youngest sports franchise as it prepares to move into its new facility and its next era.
As the team’s new affiliated NBA 2K League gaming team launches its season, the T-Wolves close out theirs with a final Prince-themed “City Edition” home game.
Plenty of seating options are available on resale markets for last-minute buyers.
General Mills and Mall of America are among the local businesses getting in on the action of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championships that’s expected to bring 94,000 visitors to Minnesota.
The makeover of the Twins' main entryway will entice fans with pop-up shops, lawn games, live music and activities.
The St. Louis Park-based nonprofit has launched a Production Services initiative to connect members in its artist network to businesses in need of low-cost, high-quality video productions.
The last time St. Paul hosted the human-powered aircrafts competition was in 2010, when a team set the world record for furthest distance traveled.
RJM will take over ownership of the Soap Factory building in Southeast Minneapolis and allow the arts organization to remain there for two years rent-free.
Fans could enter Target Field for as little as $3.72 per person each game for 79 home games this year under the cheapest Twins Pass plan.
As other NBA owners, or WNBA owners, have walked away from their WNBA franchises, the Lynx have been profitable. The secret: winning.
The sports data company will play the role of watchdog for the NHL as it looks for atypical bets being placed on regular-season and postseason games.
The price of its stock has risen by more than $22—or 33 percent—in the last year, making the current $94 stock price too expensive for some small investors.
Council members want assurances — first promised a year ago — that once the stadium is approved, the redevelopment of the shopping center adjacent to the stadium site will move ahead.
“The notion that we can’t tweet or do a social post congratulating a Minnesota athlete…was too much to take,” the company’s co-owner said.
The show, which adds commentary over B-movies, managed to raise $6.3 million from 47,000 backers to produce a new season.
The results are almost in. Will U.S. Bank Stadium deliver on its promises?
New tenants all but complete former Block E, validating developers’ vision.
Investors claim Seppala and two other men stole more than $12 million in funds intended for various film projects.
The hospital will provide emergency services during events.
Duluth resident Nick Turinetti talks about how his team is building a dinosaur video game that’s more accurate than Jurassic Park.
Sportradar believes it can provide America’s largest media outlets with “next-gen data” that would cater to the age of big data.
The study notes that fans driving to the stadium in hopes of finding parking are almost assuredly going to find themselves out of luck.
Data shows there is one boat in Minnesota for every 2.8 households.
Separately, the state’s Film and TV Board is set to have its budget quadrupled pending Governor Dayton’s approval.
With Spinning Man set to shoot starting June 8, the state could see an economic boost as local talent is utilized in the film’s production.
As casino-operating tribes diversify to sustain their income base, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux continue to place most of their chips on Mystic Lake Casino.
Yet the powersports vehicle maker said its motorcycle division posted strong sales growth.
The company’s news station in Washington, D.C. made more last year than other news and music stations from Los Angeles, New York City and Chicago.
Both breweries produce more than 130,000 barrels of beer annually.
Mayor Chris Coleman says the stadium will be a “catalyst” for the area. So why does the city need to provide public dollars to spur further development?