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Police Capture Man Who Fled As Guilty Verdict Was Read

Minneapolis police caught a 25-year-old man who fought his way out of a courtroom as he was being declared guilty. Michael David Henderson was caught without incident about two miles from the Hennepin County Government Center, where he vanished Thursday after he was found guilty of attempted murder in connection with a March armed robbery, [...]

Glenn Robinson III on board with Wolves

Here’s the Minneapolis Star Tribune reporting on Timberwolves rookie Glenn Robinson III: Robinson finally signed a partly guaranteed contract this week, and has been at Target Center with a group of players taking part in informal workouts. Wolves General Manager Milt Newton said Thursday that team officials felt it was important to let Robinson “know he’s in our [...]

St. Thomas Hosts Conference Today on Religious Identity in a Time of Challenge for Law Schools

The University of St. Thomas School of law hosts the annual Religiously Affiliated Law Schools Conference on Religious Identity in a Time of Challenge for Law Schools today in Minneapolis: Keynote Address: Robert Cochran (Pepperdine) & David VanDrunen (Westminster Seminary), Justice and Mercy Deans' Panel: Jeff Brauch (Regent), Mike Simons...

Cordarrelle Patterson Injury: Updates on Vikings Star's Chest and Return

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Cordarrelle Patterson looked set for a breakout in the 2014 NFL season. Unfortunately, he's suffered a setback heading into Week 3. Matt Vensel of the Minneapolis Star Tribune provides details on the injury:...Show More Summary

Interview with Michael Woodford

From the Minneapolis Fed: Interview with Michael Woodford: Columbia University economist on Fed mandates, effective forward guidance and cognitive limits in human decision making.

TSA Screening Passenger AFTER Flight?!

While we all have our thoughts on the TSA, here's something I haven't seen before. There's a video going around the internet of a 22 year old that flew from Minneapolis to Denver on Spirit Airlines, and upon landing was met by the TSA... Show More Summary

Kids Not Told To Sit Down And Shut Up Nearly Enough, Study Finds

MINNEAPOLIS (CAP) - Researchers at the University of Minnesota have found that children spend too much time debating?and talking back to their parents and too little time just sitting down and shutting up. The study blames parents for...Show More Summary

Video From Furry Migration, This Past Weekend's Furry Con in Minneapolis

One of the reasons Topless Robot exists is because it fills a niche not always covered by our various sister publications in the Voice Media chain. But sometimes, just sometimes, we like to thi...

Rusty Hardin: No plea discussions in Adrian Peterson case at this point

Adrian Peterson is on the exempt list until his legal proceedings have reached their conclusion and his lawyer said Tuesday that there’s no quick resolution in the works. Rochelle Olson of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that Rusty Hardin said that there have been no plea discussions with prosecutors regarding the charges of reckless or negligent…

Vikings place Adrian Peterson on exempt list

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Vikings have placed star running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt-commissioner's permission list, a move that will require him to stay away from the team while he addresses child abuse charges.

Fed’s Kocherlakota does Broadway

Earlier this month, the chief of the Minneapolis Fed gave an extraordinary speech http://bit.ly/1qUTucn in which he called for higher inflation. That's right -- you and me, paying more for goods and services. Why would a central banker want something like that? To Minneapolis Fed President Narayana Kocherlakota, policymakers who worry about too-high inflation are caught in […]

Minneapolis: Radisson Hotels Will No Longer Stand Behind The Minnesota Vikings

3 days agoTravel / Hotels : HotelChatter

The opening of the 2014-2015 NFL season has been severely tarnished by the off-season antics of some of the league's star players. First, Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens was caught on video punching, then dragging his then-fiancee, now wife in an elevator at an Atlantic City casino. Show More Summary

Radisson Suspends Vikings Partnership

The hotel chain headquartered in Minnetonka has withdrawn its sponsorship from the football team that plays in Minneapolis. Radisson took the measure in response to Adrian Peterson's indictment on a child-abuse charge, and the team's reinstatement of their star player on Monday. Show More Summary

NFL Ratings, Week 2: CBS, Fox down, NBC up

Regional Window (Fox) Blackouts: Buffalo, Cincinnati, Minneapolis, Washington Fox drew a 12.3 rating for their regional window, which featured Seattle/San Diego in most of the country. This was down nearly four percent from last year’s 12.9. Show More Summary

Scenes From The Skeleton Twins Premiere

Well, it happened, and you guys made it happen. The Skeleton Twins “won” the weekend according to IndieWire; it was the #1 film in 12 out of the 15 theaters where it played. Now it’s expanding to more cities–Seattle, Minneapolis, Dallas, Boston, San Diego, Palo Alto and San Jose next week–and will continue to grow [...]

Vikings react to Adrian Peterson's absence

MINNEAPOLIS -- Two days after the Minnesota Vikings made the decision to deactivate Adrian Peterson for Sunday's game against the New England Patriots, those players who would speak about Peterson largely supported the 2012 NFL MVP while...Show More Summary

Vikings hurt by penalties, failure to stop the run

MINNEAPOLIS -- A week after they allowed just six points on the road, the Minnesota Vikings had to apply some perspective to their 30-7 loss to the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Patriots started four drives at midfield or better on Sunday, along with two others that began at the New England 39 and 45. Show More Summary

About 100 Americans have joined up with jihadists

About 100 Americans have joined up with militants in the Middle East — including about 40 from Minneapolis — recruited by jihadists who use a variety of social media, including Twitter and Facebook, to spread their monstrous propaga...

Vikings' day turns on Cassel's mistakes

MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Vikings were driving late in the first half of Sunday's game against the New England Patriots with an opportunity to score before halftime and pull within a touchdown or a field goal. Matt Cassel droppedShow More Summary

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