Wintry weather bedevils holiday weekend travelers around US

California 11/30/19, 13:56

Wintry weather bedeviled Thanksgiving weekend travelers across the United States Saturday as a powerful and dangerous storm moved eastward, dumping heavy snow from parts of California to the northern Midwest and inundating other areas with rain. Authorities found the bodies of two young children, including a 5-year-old boy, and a third ...

Minnesota Duluth wins 2nd straight title, beating UMass 3-0

Hockey 04/13/19, 21:47

Parker Mackay had a goal and an assist, Hunter Shepard stopped 18 shots and Minnesota Duluth won its second straight college hockey title, beating Massachusetts 3-0 on Saturday night.The Bulldogs (29-11-2) became the ninth school to successfully defend a title, and first since Denver in 2004 and '05. It's the ...

Frozen 4 final pits defending champ UMD versus upstart UMass

Sports 04/12/19, 15:23

Scott Sandelin is no different than anyone else in appreciating a rags-to-riches journey such as the Massachusetts hockey program has enjoyed over the past three years.And if the Minnesota Duluth coach didn't have something at stake in facing the upstart Minutemen in the Frozen Four championship game Saturday night, Sandelin ...

Del Gaizo seals UMass’ 4-3 OT win over Denver

Sports 04/11/19, 23:23

Marc Del Gaizo scored 15:18 into overtime to give Massachusetts a 4-3 victory over Denver in a college hockey Frozen Four semifinal that ended in just after midnight Friday.The Minutemen (31-9) rebounded after squandering a 3-1 third-period lead to advance to the championship game for the first time in school ...

Minnesota Duluth beats Providence 4-1 in NCAA semifinals

Hockey 04/11/19, 18:51

Billy Exell scored the go-ahead goal with 9:53 remaining and defending champion Minnesota Duluth beat Providence on Thursday night 4-1 on Thursday night to advance to the final in college hockey's Frozen Four.Justin Richards scored twice for the Bulldogs (28-11-2), who are attempting to become the first team to win ...

Minnesota high school students join global climate protests

Enviroment 03/15/19, 16:04

Around 1,000 Minnesota students skipped school to gather on the steps of the state Capitol in St. Paul as part of global protests by young people demanding that governments take swift action to fight climate change.On a sunny Friday, they chanted, "Stop denying the earth is dying" and called for ...

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