It’s Curtains For U.S. Bank Stadium Before NCAA Final FourMarch Madness is just around the corner, but Minneapolis is already gearing up for next year's NCAA Final Four at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Eagles Fan To Pay For U.S. Bank Stadium Chair Stolen After Super BowlVideo of the man with a purple seat in the stadium's coat check generated more than 190,000 views on Facebook as of Wednesday afternoon.
Fans Experience Tighter Security With New Companies At U.S. Bank StadiumSecurity was noticeably tighter at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday after a tumultuous week for the organization that runs it.
MSFA: 'Everything Is In Great Shape' After Stadium Security Company FiredThe Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority held its first board meeting since U.S. Bank Stadium fired its previous security company Friday.
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.
New MSFA Chair Starts SaturdayMichael Vekich is an experienced state official who has served two stints as executive director of the Minnesota Lottery.
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.
MSFA Names Rick Evans New CEOThe beleaguered public agency overseeing the Minnesota Vikings stadium has named a new CEO.
U.S. Bank Stadium Chair Kelm-Helgen, Executive Director Mondale, ResignShe has faced a firestorm of controversy over the use of luxury suits at the new stadium.
Amid Stadium Controversy, Bill Would Make Sweeping Changes To MSFAAn investigation by the Minnesota legislative auditor found that the Stadium Authority acted unethically, but not illegally.
Vikings, MSFA At Odds Over Security Fence Around U.S. Bank StadiumThere is a strong difference in opinion among the organizations who operate U.S. Bank Stadium over building a permanent fence around it.
Auditor: Stadium Officials Gave Nearly Half Of Suite Tickets To Friends, FamilyWhile 45 percent of the guests were friends and family of top authority officials, just 29 percent were marketing guests.