Women’s basketball coach Ruth Sinn, guard Kaylie Brazil and forward Lauren Fischer join director Lauren Andrego in TommieMedia’s The Locker Room.
Sen. Al Franken’s resignation, snow in the Deep South, a Stop @ Buzzed campaign and a new nonprofit on campus are all part of today’s News in :90.
Head football coach Glenn Caruso, linebacker Dylan Andrew and fullback Jeremy Molina join sports editor Noah Brown in TommieMedia’s The Locker Room.
Designer Christine Hastings looks at the most popular holiday events in the Twin Cities this winter.
Despite allowing a 20-2 run to tie the game at 54, the St. Thomas women’s basketball team captured its fifth win of the season 72-65 against the Bethel University Royals.
Men’s basketball hits the road, women’s basketball will play its first home game of the season, and five football players are named to the D3 Football All-West team. Reporter Brady Halbmaier has today’s Sports in :60.
The St. Thomas music department puts on in annual Christmas concert at Orchestra Hall, and Al Franken denies another allegation. Reporter MacKenzie Bailey has today’s News in :90.
The St. Thomas Christmas Concert Sunday evening at Orchestra Hall was a made-for-television spectacle.
This is News in :90 for Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017.
This is Sports in :60 for Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017.
Singer-songwriter and St. Thomas student Kevin Andrews joins TommieMedia’s Benton Johnson on the second episode of Backstage Pass to perform his song “Dissonance” and talk about school, his passion for music and what’s next in his career.
Today’s Sports in :60 has coverage of the St. Thomas football team’s game against Mary Hardin-Baylor and a recap of Men’s hockey. Carolyn Meyer reports.
Today’s News in :90 covers the United States and South Korea’s massive combined air force exercise, President Donald Trump endorses Republican Roy Moore and Pixar’s Coco is named the top film for the second straight week.
Fourth-ranked St. Thomas traveled to Belton, Texas to take on the top-ranked Mary Hardin-Baylor in a NCAA Division III quarterfinal matchup.
Crusader cornerback Kris Brown intercepted Jacques Perra’s pass and returned it to the end zone in the turning point of the game, a 24-10 deficit the Tommies would not overcome.