Minneapolis police are investigating the deaths of two men found dead just a mile apart on the North Side this weekend.
Women and minority-owned businesses are targeted for inclusion in the design and planning of the new Minnesota Vikings Stadium.
Minneapolis police have given the all clear after they responded to a report of shots fired inside a downtown office building.
You might wonder what's got Minnesota Vikings fans all up in arms about the new stadium. It's in the fine print on the survey the team sent to its season ticket holders recently, which suggested they might need to pay several thousand dollars in seat licenses to keep their tickets in the new stadium. Here's a closer look at the Vikings' survey, and how it compares the team to other NFL stadiums with seat license fees.
The Minnesota Vikings may look to personal seat licenses as a way of helping to finance their portion of the cost to build the team a new home in downtown Minneapolis. This table compares the PSL pricing of other NFL franchises.
Gov. Mark Dayton took a softer line today on a plan to charge Vikings fans a seat fee to help fund a new stadium in Minneapolis.
The National Weather Service now says there were four rare November tornadoes that swept across the Twin Cities last weekend.
Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle say the prospect of selling personal seat licenses to Vikings fans should be no surprise, despite Gov. Mark Dayton's concerns. Officials say the controversial financing plan was discussed repeatedly during the stadium debate. stadium backers say the seat licenses may be better deal.
Gov. Mark Dayton says Minnesotans are already on the hook for enough in paying for a new Vikings stadium without shelling out for seat licenses. But there's a potential upside for ticket holders.
The storm happened late Saturday night. The National Weather Service said one tornado touched down in Burnsville, mostly between interstates 35W and 35E. Another area in West St. Paul suffered additional damage as the storm moved northeast.
Control of the Legislature may have turned from the Republicans to the DFL on Nov. 6, but the state's two biggest parties weren't the only players in this year's election drama. The Independence Party -- which came to prominence with Jesse Ventura -- is back.
Former UnitedHealth CEO William McGuire is now a pro sports owner. The doctor, business leader and philanthropist made his debut yesterday as the new owner of the Minnesota Stars, the minor league soccer franchise that plays in Blaine.
Anyone looking for a real winner from Tuesday's legislative elections in Minnesota need only look to the administration of Gov. Mark Dayton, which for two years has called for new taxes on the state's highest earners, without much success.
After two years of Republican control, DFL comes back strong.
Whether Republicans or Democrats will hold majorities in the Minnesota House and Senate come January is a question voters across the state are answering today.