Minneapolis, MNFOX Sports

Sex abuse lawsuit vs. former hockey coach adds 3 plaintiffs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Three former hockey players — including former Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Frank Pietrangelo — have joined an existing federal lawsuit against multiple organizations and a college and youth coach who allegedly sexually abused them during the 1980s, according to a civil complaint filed on Friday. Pietrangelo and two...
Burnsville, MNPosted by
CBS Minnesota

1 Killed In Burnsville Shooting, Suspect Arrested

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Burnsville Police say they’ve taken a suspect into custody following a deadly shooting Friday evening. The shooting happened near Aldrich Avenue and Burnsville Parkway around 6:35 p.m., not far from Interstate 35W. The incident happened between two men, police said, and left one person dead. That person’s identity was not released, pending notification of family members. Police are still working to collect witness information, but there is not believed to be any threat to the public. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 952-322-2323.   More On WCCO.com: ‘This Virus Will Find Everybody Who Is Not Immune’: Mayo Doctor’s Strong Warning Over COVID’s Delta Variant The RV Life: Minnesota Couple Sells Everything To Live, Work Full Time On The Road Drought Causing ‘Dramatic’ Evaporation On Minnesota Waterways ‘I’m Not A Criminal’: Rep. John Thompson Found Guilty In 2019 Hospital Disturbance
Blaine, MNMinneapolis Star Tribune

Golf and soccer tournaments are like Black Friday for Blaine businesses

Sporting events are bringing big crowds and big business back to Blaine this summer, signaling a return to normalcy after a year without fans. Such events are a big driver of Blaine's economy, and their absence last year was felt acutely. But relaxed COVID-19 restrictions and the return of two tournaments that bring thousands of fans to the city has kicked the local economy back into high gear.
Minneapolis, MNPosted by
CBS Minnesota

How Often Should You Hydrate? When’s Too Hot For Fido? Your Burning Heat Questions Answered

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The extreme heat can be difficult to deal with for every member of the family, including pets. Viewers sent in questions about how to handle the hot streak, and WCCO’s Pafoua Yang found some answers. Dr. William Roberts is an M Health Fairview family medicine physician and director of the Family Medicine Dept. Program in sports Medicine at University of Minnesota Medical School. Roberts answered questions about hydration. How often should we be hydrating? When it’s really hot like this you’re going to sweat more, especially if you’re working outside. You have to be careful and you want to make...
Blaine, MNMinneapolis Star Tribune

Big names needed to pull the weight at 3M Open

The British Open ended on July 18 and the FedEx Cup playoffs start with the Northern Trust on Aug. 19. There are two PGA Tour events paying full purses during that 35-day gap. The first is the current 3M Open at TPC Twin Cities. The second is the Wyndham Championship that runs Aug. 12-15 in Greensboro, N.C.
Blaine, MNHerald-Palladium

Adam Hadwin, Ryan Armour shoot 65s to share 3M Open lead

BLAINE, Minn. (AP) — Adam Hadwin missed the weekend cuts in his last three tournaments, continuing a disappointing stretch as he dropped to 120th in the FedEx Cup standings. The 33-year-old Canadian has put himself in position to get back in contention for the playoffs with a strong run at the 3M Open.
Saint Paul, MNPioneer Press

New nightclub KJ’s Hideaway coming to downtown St. Paul

Live music will return to the basement of the historic Hamm building in downtown St. Paul when the new nightclub KJ’s Hideaway opens for business Sept. 17. The space previously housed the Artists’ Quarter from 2001 to New Year’s Eve 2013. Lowell Pickett, co-owner of the Dakota in Minneapolis, took it over in 2015 and ran the club Vieux Carre there for four years before closing in June 2019.