The Super Bowl may be one of the biggest sporting events of the year, but it’s also been one of the biggest moments for advertisers too.
After coming to close to a trip to the Super Bowl last year, Minnesota Vikings defensive end Brian Robison is returning for his 12th season with the team to take care of some unfinished business.
Super Bowl LII brought in more than $370 million in new spending to Minnesota, according to a report from the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee.
For the past three seasons, Trey Flowers has been one of the New England Patriots' best defensive players. But Flowers lost more than just the opportunity to win another Super Bowl ring while he was in Minnesota this February.
It’s a monumental task, protecting the lives of millions of people during the Super Bowl, but Michael Rozin was prepared for it.
Timelapse of MSP Airport security lines amid flood of Super Bowl departures.
Minnesotans React to Super Bowl LII
Fans react at Super Bowl LII
Security at Super Bowl 52
Super Bowl fans arrive at US Bank Stadium
The Super Bowl keeps the party going
Vikings quarterback Case Keenum accepted the award for the Play of the Year for the 'Minneapolis Miracle.' The event happened during Super Bowl week.
Visitors at Super Bowl LIVE were entertained by intense snowmobile stunts.
The Eagle and Patriots mascots raced each other on the Bold North zipline before the Super Bowl. Video Courtesy: KARE
Mayor Frey greets Philly fans
As Super Bowl weekend kicks off, so do glitzy parties like Leather and Laces, welcoming many celebrities to the Twin Cities.
Earlier this season, 16-year-old Danny Lilya was holding kicks for Vikings Kicker Kai Forbath, when the Vikings surprised him with tickets to the Super Bowl.
Former Vikings and Packers quarterback Brett Favre visited a hospital in Minneapolis during Super Bowl week.
Super Bowl Women's Summit
Minneapolis is buzzing with fans that are in town for the big game.