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In a letter to ticket holders, the team said it expects a limited number of fans at Target Field for the home opener April 8 against the Seattle Mariners.
Decision has implications for expected start of Derek Chauvin's trial Monday
Judicial referee Susan Cochrane, who channeled her difficulties into life's work of compassion, dies at 65
Susan Cochrane channeled her own painful experiences as the child of a brutal divorce, violence and alcoholism into a career of uncommon compassion as a…
Noor wants court to overturn his third-degree murder conviction in death of Australian woman
Gov. Tim Walz will have the final word on the size of the crowds, and he must balance fans' desire for normalcy against public health concerns as COVID keeps its grip on Minnesota.
Court of Appeals: Lake Minnetonka murder-suicide liability case against Park Nicollet should be tried before a jury
Businessman Brian Short fatally shot his wife, three children and himself in 2015
Burnsville upstart Arete will move in next month and stage summer event.
The shootings in Buffalo, Minn., are raising new concerns about how best to deal with irate patients vowing violence.
Husband, friend describe vibrant 37-year-old mom who was dedicated to her work as a healer.
In the late 1800s, the population of Minneapolis was booming and city engineers sought to create alphabetical and numerical street grids that could be reliably navigated.