One of the last scars of our brutal winter is finally gone. The Metrodome roof is back up.
The Minneapolis skyline should look like it’s old self once again this week, once crews finish work to re-inflate the torn Metrodome roof.
Repair on the Metrodome roof is moving right along with an expected completion date just announced.
The real work of replacing the Metrodome’s damaged roof has begun.
Firefighters were still working to put out a fire at a small grocery store and deli in South Minneapolis as dawn broke, hours after the blaze began.
The landlords of the Metrodome voted unanimously Thursday to replace the snow-damaged roof of the venerable stadium, opting for a more time-consuming fix that could disrupt the Minnesota Vikings preseason schedule.
The commission that oversees the Metrodome is getting ready to decide whether to replace its damaged roof entirely or just replace torn parts of it.
Two days after the roof collapsed at Heritage Lutheran Church, the congregation held Sunday service in the parking lot.
A church in Apple Valley is facing a major cleanup after the roof on its gymnasium collapsed overnight.
Part of the roof at a hardware store in Glenwood, Minn. collapsed Tuesday afternoon, according to the Pope County Sheriff’s Office.
A man died after falling through the roof of his shed while trying to clear snow off it in rural Little Falls, Minn.
They were supposed to have TwinsFest at the Metrodome, but because of the roof collapse the Twins had to downsize a bit and move everything to the National Sports Center in Blaine.
There’s a six month deadline for fixing the Metrodome roof, but as of right now, there is still no estimate on how much it will cost.
The Metrodome reopened Rollerdome for the first time Saturday night since the Dec. 12 blizzard that deflated its roof.
The snow-damaged Metrodome roof won’t be fixed until at least March, affecting hundreds of college baseball games and forcing the Minnesota Twins to find a new venue for their annual winter festival, a facility official said Wednesday.