Work Begins On Leaky Panels At U.S. Bank StadiumThere are just 195 days until the Super Bowl comes to Minneapolis and officials want to make sure U.S. Bank Stadium is in tip-top shape.
Repairs Needed At U.S. Bank Stadium Before Super Bowl, Vikes SeasonU.S. Bank stadium will host some of the biggest sporting events in the country over the next nine months, including the X Games and Super Bowl 52.
Former MN Supreme Court Chief Tapped As Interim MSFA ChairMichele Kelm-Helgen's resignation came after controversy arose over the use of luxury suites at the facility.
Minn. Judge Denies Money For Disabled Job ProgramA Minnesota judge has ruled that a program helping severely disabled people find jobs doesn't qualify for funding during the state's government shutdown.
Judge In Minn. Shutdown Rules On Several ServicesThe Ramsey County judge overseeing state spending in the government shutdown has ordered continued funding for several Minnesota Historical Society operations and continued pension payments for former state executive officers but denied a request to fund insurance investigators at the Department of Commerce.
Minn. Court OKs Background Checks During ShutdownA Minnesota judge has ordered the state Department of Human Services to restart background checks for those who work with vulnerable populations as the state's government shutdown reaches its seventh day.
Vulnerable Feel The Pinch Of Minn. Gov't ShutdownThe blind are losing reading services. A help line for the elderly has gone silent. And poor families are scrambling after the state stopped child care subsidies.
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