Plus: SuperValu hacked; Ozzie Guillen ‘interested’ in Twins’ managerial job; corn and soybean prices slowing Minnesota’s harvest; and more.
Everyone involved with the team concedes the on-field product stinks. The question is what they plan to do about it.
Scannell sexual misconduct case goes the jury; Feds offer permits to kill eagles; and the Twins nix honor for Knoblauch after domestic assault charge.
If you wanted to get a look at the two World Series trophies back in the Metrodome days, you didn’t even need a ticket.
With few captivating off-season moves — and gimmicks — the Twins find their smallest home-opening crowd despite glorious spring weather.
High-speed fiber outstate; big sentence in brutal East Side beat-down; metal detectors at Target Field; meme pollution; and more.
WASHINGTON — The NRCC is up with a radio ad against Peterson after a GOP candidate jumped into the race this week.
With ratings slumping and Twins rights gone, Hubbard Broadcasting moves Joe Soucheray out of afternoon drive.
Thursday marks the 25th anniversary of the Twins’ Game Seven victory over the St. Louis Cardinals, an event that brought the Twin Cities their first major sports championship.
Sidelined by a sleep disorder, Tom Barnard’s comic relief says he wasn’t local radio’s Alan Colmes, but a political humbling led to personal peace.
A music station’s five-year plan culminates with a baseball team’s arrival.
Despite low ratings after six years of Twins broadcasts, the Hubbard-owned station will stick with sports even if the team jumps to a Pohlad-owned FM.
WLTE’s country switchover boosted numbers as K-TWIN sunk like a stone. Who else won and lost?
Aron Kahn has been the face of two Minnesota sports-subsidy efforts. So why didn’t a KARE11 report say so?