Looking to score a rock in the Twin Ports? Until the cops got involved, it sounds like getting your hands on an EBT card would've helped the cause. SEE ALSO: Jeff Dubay says he started using crack after his brother slept with his wifeDuluth police announced today they've arrested 30 people and are h ... More >>
As we told you about yesterday, following nearly three years of crack abuse, former KFAN host Jeff Dubay says he's clean and is looking for a second chance on Twin Cities airwaves.SEE ALSO: Fitz Sr. says he'll "stay objective" while covering Fitz Jr. at the Super BowlBut Larry Fitzgerald Sr., father ... More >>
Jeff Dubay had a 10-year run as one of the foremost sports talk voices in the Twin Cities, but it abruptly came to an abrupt end when he was charged with felony drug possession after he tossed crack cocaine out the window of his vehicle while being pursued by police in October 2008.SEE ALSO: Former ... More >>
The Brett Favre watch is back on.Three Vikings -- Jared Allen, Ryan Longwell and Steve Hutchinson -- have reportedly beat it south to Mississippi in a last ditch effort to get Brett Favre to haul is sore ol' butt back to the tundra and try one last time to deliver the team unto the Super Bowl ... More >>
Image via vikings.comJay Glazer says Brett Favre's coming backBrett Favre is "back in" as a Minnesota Viking for the 2010-11 season according to Jay Glazer, who covers the NFL for Fox Sports. He posted confirmation of Favre's intentions on Twitter, after another day of speculation kicked off ... More >>
Is Favre really retiring?Brett Favre prognostication has taken a turn for the louder: The Vikings QB is about to retire from the National Football League, according to NFL sources channeled by the Star Tribune. And Favre has sent text messages to teammates saying, "This is it," according to E ... More >>
Dubay fails another drug testJeff Dubay, the former KFAN radio jock, is headed back to the Ramsay County workhouse after admitting that he used cocaine -- again -- in violation -- again -- of his parole agreement.
He's been sentenced by District Judge Joanne Smith to another 87 days in the p ... More >>