Iowa State basketball: Simeon Carter transferring from Cyclones
Iowa State basketball took a small hit to its depth Tuesday as sophomore forward Simeon Carter is transferring away from Ames. It was no secret to anyone this year that Iowa State basketball went small a lot. Only two players in the normal rotation ...
Iowa State quarterback Joel Lanning is the Cyclones' starting middle linebacker
After starting 14 games at quarterback the past two years for Iowa State Joel Lanning is the Cyclones starting middle linebacker. ISU linebacker coach Tyson Veidt (vite) says Lanning is at the top of the depth chart heading into this weekend's scrimmage.
Cyclones reflect on NCAA Tournament comeback, and loss, to Purdue
MILWAUKEE — During halftime on Saturday, Iowa State coach Steve Prohm reminded his team of the first-half deficit it had suffered against Gonzaga, the hole it climbed out of at Kansas and all the adversity the Cyclones had faced during the regular season.
Peterson: The Cyclones will be Donovan Jackson's team next season
MILWAUKEE — Reporters and camera-holders surrounded Iowa State star basketball players during this NCAA Tournament week, almost to the point of suffocation when Bradley Center locker rooms opened to the media. In one corner — Matt Thomas.
No. 5 Minnesota Travels to No. 6 Nebraska
The fifth-ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers will travel to Lincoln, Neb. this Saturday, March 25 for the second meeting against No. 6 Nebraska this season. The Gophers took the win in early February, and have topped the Huskers during the regular season ...
Minnesota House Republicans detail $6 billion transportation plan
On Tuesday, the Minnesota House released its plan to fund the state's roads and bridges. Like the plan the Senate released earlier this week, the proposal redirects current spending to roads. DFL Gov. Mark Dayton, as he has before, is proposing ...
Suspect in Minnesota Mail Carrier Shooting Identified
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The medical examiner in Grand Forks County, North Dakota, identifies the man as Clarence Huderle (HUD'-ur-lee) of Warren. Huderle died of a gunshot wound, but the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says his death is still being investigated.
Minnesota poachers charged in state's largest illegal trapping bust: 'They are butchers'
A two-year investigation by Minnesota DNR conservation officers has resulted in two men facing charges for illegal trapping activities, in what is likely the largest poaching case of its kind in state history. The Duluth News Tribune reports that the ...