The long-awaited Minnesota Vikings Stadium Bill was officially introduced at the state legislature Monday.
The Minnesota Vikings believe they’re getting close to a final stadium bill to be presented to state lawmakers. Lawmakers are well past the midway point of their session.
The Minnesota Vikings are willing to pay about a third of the cost of their desired new stadium, but won’t help pay for a roof even if state lawmakers insist it needs one.
What was supposed to be Vikings game preparation at the Metrodome is instead an emergency mix of snow, ice and roof repair equipment Friday night, five days after a roof collapse caused by record-breaking snow.
A Minnesota Vikings official says the team is looking at four potential sites for a publicly owned stadium in the Twin Cities.
Day 9 of the State Fair… Michele welcomed Vikings VP of Public Affairs and Stadium Development, Lester Bagley to the WCCO porch to talk about stadium funding and answer questions from listeners and Fair-goers…