MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Some clues are emerging about the design of the new home for the Minnesota Vikings.
DULUTH - Despite a snowy start, runners hit the pavement to pay tribute to the victims of the bombings in Boston.
SUPERIOR - The middle of April is supposed to be a budding time for
spring sports teams, but thanks to old man winter empty ball fields have turned
into packed high school gyms.
BOSTON - Multiple casualties are reported after at least two explosions were heard near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, according to the Boston Herald. Authorities are reporting that at least two people have died.
ST. PAUL - The Minnesota House Taxes Committee is set to review a proposal for new sales taxes on sports jersey and other memorabilia licensed by pro teams as a way to help pay for the struggling Minnesota Vikings stadium project.
CLOQUET - It was standing room only at Monday night's school board as members were set to decide if the Cloquet-Esko-Carlton High School boys hockey coach would keep his job.
DULUTH - It has been almost two weeks since part of a Wade Stadium wall came crashing down.
But on Tuesday, decisions on how to fix the stadium were still up for debate.
MINNEAPOLIS - Goat will be on the menu at Target Field when the Minnesota Twins open the 2013 season, and it's not the kind of goat that blows a game.
DULUTH - Duluth city councilors are speaking out, claiming Mayor Don Ness is playing politics to get funding for a project that caters to the arts over Wade Stadium.
MADISON - State wildlife officials say they won't authorize an elk hunt this year.