The Vikings are fleshing out their plans for fans in the new stadium. News on the team website include added small details about ticket sales and seat licences.
Just four years after the U opened $288 million TCF Bank Stadium, three years after the Twins opened Target Field and as the Vikings are building their new billion dollar home, the U's plans would almost double down on its new sports infrastructure.
A 25-year-old Minneapolis man has been charged with criminal vehicular homicide in the death of a bicyclist last week.
The mess left by Hurricane Sandy may mean more federal help for Minnesota in the wake of the storms last month that downed thousands of trees and cut power to more than half a million Xcel Energy customers.
A newer type of gas piping, called corrugated stainless steel tubing, has been linked to leaks and fires in other parts of the U.S. after nearby lightning strikes.
Investigators said the vehicle that struck Jessica Hanson was northbound on Pleasant Ave. S., had been speeding and had its headlights off when went through a stop sign and hit her.
It's a rite as old as Minnesota's football franchise: Fans gather outside the stadium to eat, drink and tailgate. But some of the Vikings' most ardent fans are worried the new stadium will mean the end of tailgating as they know and love it.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is resurfacing the highway this summer and the project involves closing parts of the highway on weekends through August.
The westbound Interstate 94 ramp that enters downtown on 5th Street will be replaced with a new configuration that will hook Interstate 94 into 7th Street, near where it meets Interstate 35W.
At least five people have been injured in a crash on Interstate 94 near Rogers, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
All Minnesotans who lost power as a result of last week's severe thunderstorms now have their power back, according to Xcel Energy.
The shooting happened just before 10 p.m. on the 3600 block of Penn Avenue North. Police found a man standing on the sidewalk there had been shot and wounded.
A hundred and fifty years after Minnesota troops helped turned the tide in a Civil War battle, the state still won't be giving back the trophy its volunteers seized at Gettysburg.
Thousands of people are still waiting for the power to come back on, two days after back-to-back storms toppled trees and power lines across central Minnesota and Twin Cities.
State transportation officials say motorists traveling south on Interstate 35 outside of Duluth should expect new delays on Sunday.