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Tony Stewart walks toward his car before the start of the Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Fla., on July 2. Stephen M. Dowell / Orlando Sentinel
NASCAR: Stewart confident, not sentimental, at Brickyard 400
3 hours 17 min ago
July 23, 2016
Offensive outburst helps Huskies rock St. Cloud
4 hours 59 min ago
Nieuwenhuis homers twice as Brewers defeat Cubs
5 hours 49 min ago
Peter Graves, who has announced at the Grandma’s Marathon finish line since 1979, will work his 10th Olympics next month in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Before he received the invitation, he says his August calendar included plenty of vacation. “But then this happened, and I’m just honored to do it,” Graves said. Photo courtesy of Grandma’s Marathon
Graves ready for more Olympic memories
6 hours 36 min ago
Cory Eider, a 2002 Duluth Denfeld graduate, was named High Performance Director of USA Table Tennis in March. Pictured, he  works with 2016 Olympian Yue “Jennifer” Wu earlier this summer at the Lily Yip Table Tennis Center in Dunellen, N.J. Submitted photo
Eider at the head of the table
6 hours 41 min ago
Bulletin Board
7 hours 8 min ago
Scoreboard
7 hours 9 min ago
Whalen, Lynx are ready for Olympic play
7 hours 40 min ago
Yellow jersey leader Chris Froome of Britain rides during the Tour de France on Saturday from Megeve to Morzine, France. Juan Medina / Reuters
Cycling: Froome set to win third title
8 hours 6 min ago
Former Gophers share bond of donated kidney
8 hours 55 min ago
Tablets allow NFL to evolve with advancing technological times
8 hours 56 min ago
NFL: Brees, Saints not talking deal
8 hours 57 min ago
Auto racing: Stalwarts take checkered flag
11 hours 20 min ago
July 22, 2016
Bernie Gerl of Joliet, Ill., is the only living survivor of the 1948 Dukes bus crash that claimed the lives of six of the Duluth baseball players. 2011 file
Bernie’s back, at least once more: Dukes bus crash survivor happy to return to Wade Stadium 68 years later
July 22, 2016 - 11:49pm
Gov. Mark Dayton (center) celebrates with Zygi and Mark Wilf (left), and Michele Kelm-Helgen and Ted Mondale (right) after cutting a ribbon at the grand opening of U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis Friday. The stadium will host the Minnesota Vikings and other events.  Jean Pieri / St. Paul Pioneer Press
All aboard new Vikings ship: Dignitaries formally open new US Bank Stadium
July 22, 2016 - 11:47pm
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