Carrying the team through good times and bad
The Rev. Eric Dykstra says he's not above "bribing people with crap."The Rev. Eric Dykstra doesn't feel like The Greatest Story Ever Told has done a good enough job attracting people to his Crossing Church in Elk River, so he's become an electronics pitch man. The church is giving away $8,00 ... More >>
Picture it: one minute you're soaring through the skies with your fly, feathered friends, and then the next minute you're all stone dead and plummeting down to Earth like oversized, tar-coated hailstones. Why? It almost doesn't even matter why. No explanation - rational or irrational - is any mat ... More >>
The breakfast of soccer (viewing) championsDon't sit at home (or worse, go to work) and watch tomorrow's 9 a.m. World Cup doubleheader of USA vs. Algeria and England vs. Slovenia over soggy Cheerios and lukewarm coffee when plenty of local bars are opening their doors bright and early for die ... More >>
Jorge Ozornia reportedly told store employees he wanted to get into trouble before he got down to business.
A man "walking like Frankenstein" and wielding a hammer trashes TVs and cameras.
When Gov. Tim Pawlenty found out that the Moose Lake facility for sex offenders bought two dozen 50-inch flat-screen TVs for the common area, he was quick to call the decision "boneheaded" and told the facility to immediately sell the TVs.
State giveth, state taketh away.
The Department of Public Safety today released its report into the infamous Metro Gang Strike Force... and it ain't pretty.
Federal investigators say a Minneapolis worker stole more than 16,000 Best Buy certificates sent to customers and used them to buy items in the store.
All you old school TV watchers: you've got more time to upgrade. Those bunny ears just won't die.
No, not your living room. We're talking sports bars, with cheap beer and giant HD TVs!
Pastor Mac Hammond's suburban megachurch preaches heavenly financial rewards in the here and now — if you've got the faith to give till it hurts
The format war between high-definition DVDs known as HD DVDs and the competing Blu-Ray discs became more complicated when Toshiba announced that its HD DVD player will be in stores in March for $500-- half the cost of the cheapest Blu-Ray player and months before those players hit the shelves. Now c ... More >>
The terrorist attacks of September 11 took place far away. But they hit close to home.