There were no miracles in Philadelphia as the Vikings lost a sixth NFC championship and ended their season in humiliating fashion with the 38-7 defeat.
A winter storm will smack the Twin Cities on Monday with heavy snow and strong winds that are expected to hit the south metro and a broad swath of southern Minnesota especially hard. For many districts and schools, this is the winter's first snow day.
The government shutdown is set to sow more disruption and political peril Monday after the Senate inched closer but ultimately fell short of an agreement that would have reopened federal agencies before the beginning of the workweek.
In an era of policies geared toward reducing prison populations, Minnesota has bucked national trends by incarcerating more people, according a new study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, which shows how 35 states simultaneously cut crime and prison rates. In contrast to Minnesota, the prison rate nationwide dropped 11 percent, according to the study, which looked at data from 2008 to 2016.
Parents sought an investigation after students, staff reported health problems in special ed building.
The way this Vikings season played out made it seem like they were fated to play in and win the Super Bowl. Tt turns out many of us mistook a great story line for fate.
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The Philly columnist kicked things off with: "Like almost all Americans, I've never been to Minnesota. What am I missing, other than frostbite...?"
"We always have the mind-set every week that we are the best," Philadelphia defensive end and sacks leader Brandon Graham said.
A year after her first singing gig, the '80s-flavored R&B groover is already playing her second First Ave show.