You won’t find any rules in this sport. Started in France, Parcours is based on moving efficiently from one point to another and overcoming obstacles — while also avoiding injuries!
The No. 1 ranked wheelchair tennis player in the country just happens to live in Minnesota. John Rydberg was paralyzed at 13 months old, but that hasn’t stopped him from excelling at several sports, including tennis.
That answer is still up in the air. The Minnesota Senate race was too close to call on election night. The Associated Press reports almost 2.9 million Minnesotans voted Tuesday.
If you ever wanted to ride a Segway, you might want to consider taking a tour in Minneapolis. The “Magical History Tour” along the Mississippi River offers guided Segway tours for up to 52 people at a time.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources celebrates the one-billionth seedling grown in the state’s forest nurseries. DNR commissioner Mark Holsten uses a tracker to lift new seedlings from the nursery to be put into storage for the winter.
The Iran-Contra affair comes to light, Carol Moseley-Braun is the first black woman elected to the U.S. Senate and what do you know, Jesse Ventura even makes the list as he’s elected Minnesota’s governor in 1998.
A couple hundred costumed bicyclists gathered together in Minneapolis on Halloween. The group was participating in Critical Mass, an event held in cities around the country to draw attention to improving biking in downtown areas.
Former President Bill Clinton was at the Minneapolis Convention Center Thursday night campaigning for Democratic Senate candidate Al Franken. A crowd of several thousand turned out to hear Clinton speak.
The Star Tribune was one of dozens of media outlets across the country to receive a suspicious package.
With little more to go from than a picture of what it is supposed to look like, these workers attempt to reassemble a massive metal sculpture transported from Millennium Park in Chicago to the small town of Franconia, Minn.
Just a few days before the election, polling places in Minnesota are getting ready for a record number of voters to turn out Nov. 4.
For two days in August, thousands of spud loving people gather in Barnesville, Minnesota for “Potato Days.” Festivities include the Miss Tator Tot Pageant, potato sack races and yup, you guessed it, mashed potato wrestling.
The current record for the most number of flu shots given in one day is 3,271. The University of Minnesota hopes to shatter that record on Oct.
Average hockey mom Sarah Palin has been sporting a new wardrobe and leaving it to the Republican National Committee to foot the bill.
The Hugo Fire Department explains in depth what it takes to burn down a building in a control-burn training session. Firefighters set up burn rooms to gain experience fighting a fire.
In the video below, burning starts at minute 5:40.
The Trashmen was a popular rock and roll band started in Minneapolis in the 1960s. Their most notable hit was “Surfin‚ Bird” in 1963. Earlier this month, the Minnesota man responsible for the success of this hit, Amos Heilicher, died at age 90.
During what they thought was a routine assembly, Minnesota teachers Kelly Woods of Nellie Stone Johnson Community School in Minneapolis and Tracey Cross of Galtier Magnet Elementary School in St.
A six-month-old puppy rescued several months ago from a pile of trash in Iraq has finally made it to its new home in Minnesota.
Founded in 1967, The Wheelmen, a nationwide nonprofit organization, has dedicated itself to preserving the history of bicycling in America.
Here is a Halloween video from the past. A Minneapolis squirrel decided to take part in a little pumpkin carving. Except the pumpkins this squirrel was eating just happened to be fermented — resulting in one drunken squirrel.