There's a lot of discussion about what might happen to the seats in the Metrodome before the place is demolished started Jan. 18.
The news comes just as the holiday shopping season shifted into high gear. The chain said that customers who made purchases using their cards at its U.S. stores between Nov. 27 and Dec. 15 may have been exposed.
"The Minneapolis Chief of Police unilaterally announced this proposed arrangement without first notifying the Commissioner of Public Safety, Governor Dayton, or the Governor's Chief of Staff — a course of action that the Governor considers extremely inappropriate," Dayton spokesperson Matt Swenson said in a statement.
The Minneapolis Police Department will no longer investigate cases in which one of its officers fires a weapon and someone is injured or killed, Police Chief Janee Harteau said today.
It looks like you may still have a chance to get a blue plastic piece of history - for about $50.
The events are going to the University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., on Monday, January 11, 2016 and to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa on Monday, January 9, 2017.
The Minneapolis City Council today voted unanimously to approve the $400 million dollar development in downtown Minneapolis that has been the source of months of controversy.
The city of Minneapolis and critics of the $400 million stadium district development traded arguments in Hennepin County District Court for an hour and a half this morning, but it doesn't look like a planned vote on the deal will be stopped.
Former Republican governor Arne Carlson says the city of Minneapolis rethink a planned $400 million mixed-use development to go up near the new Vikings stadium.
The Minneapolis City Council's zoning committee has signed off on the demolition of the Star Tribune's building, one of the final hurdles to passing Downtown East.
Plans for a $400 million dollar mixed use development, parking ramps and a new downtown park are getting a little closer to winning approval in Minneapolis.
Hundreds of people gathered in Minneapolis Tuesday for the formal groundbreaking for the new billion dollar Vikings stadium.
The Minnesota State Patrol says three people were killed in separate crashes on wet and icy roads on Monday, while the conditions in northern and central Minnesota led to more than 50 accidents on the stretch of I-94 between St. Cloud and Moorhead.
The Star Tribune's Mike Kaszuba says the negotiations over the TCF Bank stadium lease for two Vikings seasons was more than just a Coke vs. Pepsi dispute.
The bridge will be closed only Saturday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., from Concord Street to West 7th Street. Drivers will be directed to use Interstate 494, U.S. 61 and Interstate 94 instead.