Several Twin Cities organizations will rally Saturday against the war in Afghanistan.
It was the hit heard around the nation, and now it’s affecting rules in the game of hockey.
he Minnesota Vikings dislike a new stadium funding source presented to them by Ramsey County officials. Lester Bagley, the Minnesota Vikings vice-president of Public Affairs and Stadium Development, spoke with Steve Thomson and Eric Nelson of WCCO Radio. He said this wasn’t the county’s best proposal.
The deadline for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium came and went.
The Minnesota Lynx are basking in the glory of a National Championship. The team was honored at the Minnesota Vikings game Sunday and will have a parade in their honor Tuesday.
WCCO’s Dave Lee spoke with Lester Bagley, Vice President of Public Affairs for the Minnesota Vikings who reiterated what owner Zygi Wilf told the press Wednesday regarding an NFL-ready facility in Los Angeles and the possibility of moving the team.
The U.S. Senate and House of Representatives are expected to vote Monday on a deal to raise the debt ceiling and cut the deficit.
It’s the first official day on the job for Eric Kaler, the 16th President of the University of Minnesota. He informally assumed the reins and responsibility for the U’s $3.7 billion budget last Friday, the same day the state government shutdown went into effect.
Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak is in Washington seeking more aid to help North Minneapolis tornado victims.
It took two years but the Minnesota Timberwolves netted a big one.
There’s another meeting of the DFL Governor and Republican legislators this morning in the ongoing effort to reach a budget deal in time for Monday’s deadline. Will they get it done this time?
One of the victims of 9/11 was Tom Burnett, Jr., a native of Bloomington, Minn., who died in the crash of United Flight 93 in Pennsylvania.
AAA nationwide is seeing an increase in drivers running out of gas- the apparent result of high gas prices.
A massive 8.9 magnitude earthquake hit Japan Friday causing a tsunami that swept debris miles inland and sparked fires in at least 80 locations.
The United States has made little progress on preventing food-borne illness, despite what Americans have been told in recent months.