With over 100 craft brews on tap for you and I to sample, the 'Granite City On Tap' Beer Festival is a must-attend event for us Minnesota brew lovers on Saturday, September 13th at the Benton County Fairgrounds. See you there. Watch to see what it's all about (and get your tickets early).
Scattered thunderstorms are in the forecast for tomorrow and tomorrow night across the area, and the National Weather Service says that some of those storms could be severe, with large hail and damaging winds. Stay up to date with our interactive weather page.
The Minnesota Twins (60-77) avoided a four-game sweep by topping the Baltimore Orioles (79-57) 6-4 this afternoon at Camden Yards. Joe Mauer drove in four runs, and starter Phil Hughes pitched eight solid innings -- allowing Glen Perkins to come in and get the save.
Summer's winding down, and 'Back to School' is looking' us right between the eyes. Football fields are coming to life, and the leaves are starting to change. Take a second to let us know how you will be spending this Labor Day by taking this quick poll.
Today is the final day of the 2014 Minnesota State Fair, and Journey will rock the grandstand stage with special guest Joan Jett & The Blackhearts at tonight's 7PM sold-out show -- with fireworks to follow.
The National Weather Service has issued a Severe Thunderstorm Watch for East Central and Southern Minnesota in effect until 2 AM Monday morning. The watch area includes points south and east of St. Cloud, including the Twin Cities. Stay tuned to 103.7 The Loon for possible warnings.
The late season free-fall continued for the Minnesota Twins (59-77) in Baltimore this afternoon, falling to the Orioles (79-56) 12-8. After spotting the O's a 9-2 lead, the Twins showed a glimmer of hope, scoring three in the 7th and three more in the 9th before it ended. It was the 7-run Oriole 6th that did the Twins in.
The Minnesota Vikings claimed two waived players today, adding Cleveland Browns tight end (and former Gopher QB) MarQuies Gray and San Diego Chargers tackle Mike Harris to their 53-man roster. To make room, the Vikes released linebacker Larry Dean and tackle Austin Wentworth.
The National Weather Service says that severe weather is possible across Minnesota today, mainly from late afternoon through the evening. Damaging wind gusts and large hail will be the main threat, but locally heavy rainfall is also expected. Visit our interactive weather page for details, and stay tuned for watches & warnings.
According to the Vikings Journal, the Minnesota Vikings made their final cuts today to reach the 53-man roster by this afternoon's NFL deadline. Defensive tackle Fred Evans, running back Joe Banyard, and cornerback Chris Crocker were among those released by the team.
The National Weather Service is forecasting showers & thunderstorms to develop in the west tomorrow afternoon, which may become severe across the western part of the state. The severe weather threat will advance into the St. Cloud area tomorrow evening into tomorrow night.
The slow and painful end to another Minnesota Twins season continues as the Orioles, powered by a Chris Davis grand slam, topped the Twins 9-1 last night in Baltimore -- making it the fifth loss in the last six games for the Twins at Camden Yards.
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