Facebook photo reignites furor over skyway trespassing arrest

In January, a security guard in the First National Bank Building called police to say Chris Lollie was trespassing when the 28-year-old man, who is black, sat in a chair in the building's skyway.

Vikings: Five things we learned during the preseason

Dress rehearsals are finished. Roles have been cast. The curtain is about to be raised. Showtime for the 2014 Minnesota Vikings.

Claims of 'wage theft' from workers are rising

MIRA LOMA, Calif. -- Week after week, Guadalupe Rangel worked seven days straight, sometimes 11 hours a day, unloading dining room sets, trampolines, television stands and other imports from Asia that would soon be shipped to Walmart stores.

Extinct pigeon's wild, strange trip might not be over

A hundred years ago, Martha died and an environmental cautionary tale was born.

Lynx force deciding Game 3 with comeback win over Mercury

There it sat Sunday, in the middle of the Minnesota Lynx locker-room floor. No player, coach or member of team management got too close for fear of disturbing its aura. The Lynx's WNBA championship trophy, with its three silver spires holding a basketball, stood as a simple reminder that the Lynx aren't ready yet to call it a season.

Tom Powers: Maya Moore gets Lynx back on track

They talked about her as if she were a speakeasy during prohibition. Or maybe a day care center with a dirty kitchen. The hot topic after the Phoenix Mercury had beaten the Lynx in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals was how Maya Moore had been ...