The Minnesota Vikings are filling out their stadium construction team.
The St. Paul City Council is moving forward with plans for a new ballpark for the St. Paul Saints.
Minnesota regulators on Monday approved guidelines for new electronic gambling devices that are a major revenue source to offset debt on a new Vikings football stadium.
Regulators overseeing a significant gambling expansion to pay for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium are on the verge of adopting requirements for new hand-held devices coming soon to bars and restaurants across the state.
Retiring lawmaker Morrie Lanning insists that his controversial and successful campaign to help finance a $975 million Minnesota Vikings stadium did not drive him from a 39-year-career in public service. But he says his reputation as a diplomatic leader was never more tested.
Their job will be to keep construction of a $975 million Minnesota Vikings stadium on budget. They will hammer out details of a 30-year lease binding the team to Minnesota for another generation and turn the lights on in a new arena as it hosts everything from high school sports tournaments to monster truck jams.
A decade-long battle for a new Vikings stadium ended with a 7-6 vote on Friday, the same split as approved the plan in subcommittee form on Thursday afternoon.
It’s not over until it’s over when it comes to the Vikings Stadium.
Gov. Mark Dayton has signed a bill to build a nearly $1 billion stadium for the Minnesota Vikings.
If you think the Vikings Stadium is a done deal, think again.
Tomorrow will be another big day at the Capitol for Vikings fans — as Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton signs the stadium bill into law.
Zygi Wilf’s patience finally paid off, for himself and the Minnesota Vikings.
Not only Vikings fans are encouraged by the Minnesota Senate’s late night approval of a new Viking’s Stadium.
Lost in the shuffle of the stadium debate is another bill dealing with a serious problem in Minnesota: homelessness.
Among the more controversial statements on the stadium all week was one made by House Speaker Kurt Zellers on KFAN radio where he said he hoped the stadium bill passed but he planned to vote against it.