Recent content from Jeff Strickler
In a state-by-state breakdown of how marathoners rank, Minnesotans steadily move up the list as we age.
Politician and gadfly Barbara Carlson once lived a life as large as her personality. Now she's trying to keep other women from going broke like she did.
REVIEW: This ferocious depiction of the World War II beachfront battle will awe some viewers and alienate others — for the same basic reasons.
Except for elites, data show steady increase in race times across board over 20 years.
FICTION: Fitzgerald manuscripts disappear in John Grisham's latest mystery — which is really all about writing.
There's a bacon crisis looming on the horizon, the USDA warned. The country's bacon reserves are at the lowest point they've been since December 1957.
FICTION: This murder mystery set in a small Icelandic town takes a page from "Murder on the Orient Express."
While "La La Land" emerged as a big favorite, diversity is on the dance card, too, with seven of the 20 acting nominees being people of color.
The Care Providers of Minnesota volunteer of the year has formed a special bond with a resident at the Good Samaritan Society in Robbinsdale.
Six months past cancer surgery and nine days shy of her 92nd birthday, Louise Spencer pushed her walker up to the door of the 18-wheeler. She was crossing an item off her bucket list — driving a semi.