Charley Walters in the Pioneer Press writes that Zygi Wilf is expected in town, possibly as early as Tuesday, and an anonymous insider says the team owner might be on the verge of approving a plan to build the new stadium on the site of the current Metrodome.
Anthony Edwards among NBA stars in Adam Sandler's Netflix film, 'Hustle'
The Timberwolves point guard stars alongside other NBA players LeBron James, Trae Young, Juancho Hernangomez and more.
Search for armed man in Brooklyn Park; residents told to lock doors
People in the area are advised to lock their doors and shelter in place.
17-year-old South St. Paul homicide victim is identified
The medical examiner determined that Skelley died of multiple gunshot wounds.
Tornado watch issued in Minnesota, South Dakota, Iowa, Nebraska
Severe storms are expected to push into southwest Minnesota this afternoon.
Korean chicken chain Bonchon's 6th MN location set to open
The South Korean-based franchise has steadily increased its presence across the country.
Revamped Historic Fort Snelling to fully reopen for first time since 2019
A $34.5 million revitalization project has been completed.
Training storms dump big rain totals on southeast Minnesota
The flash flooding threat shifts further north and west Wednesday night.
Travel & Leisure's top 25 US beaches includes one in Minnesota
The beach on the shores of Lake Superior made the cut.
Severe storms threaten Minnesota again later Wednesday
Tornadoes, very large hail and straight-line winds are possible.
Saint Mary's University cutting 11 majors, laying off staff
The Winona college says it's consolidating to focus on business, technology, and the sciences.
Dayton hopes to convince Wilfs Metrodome site can work for Vikes
Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf will sit down for a summit meeting Wednesday with Gov. Dayton, Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak, and other key players in the stadium discussion. To date, the Wilfs have turned up their nose at the idea of building a new stadium on the site of the Metrodome -- they prefer a roomier spot in Arden Hills. But Dayton and Friends will try to get them to change their thinking.
Gov. Dayton says Metrodome is only suitable site for Vikings stadium
Governor Mark Dayton informed the Minnesota Vikings on Monday that if they want a stadium plan approved this year, it will have to be built on the current Metrodome site. Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf are scheduled to meet with Dayton on Wednesday. Lester Bagley, Vice President of Public Affairs and Stadium Development, says the Wilfs are "extremely frustrated with the situation."
Zygi Wilf: 'We're here to stay'
Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf were elated after the stadium bill passed through the House and Senate on Thursday. "We're here to stay" Zygi Wilf said at a press conference celebrating the stadium. Mark Wilf added that the stadium "will be first class and special, and something that all Minnesotans can be truly proud of.”
Vikings owner emerges from meeting 'optimistic' about Metrodome site
Leaving a three-hour meeting with key lawmakers at the Capitol on Wednesday, Zygi Wilf told reporters he's "optimistic" that a new stadium can be built in Minneapolis where the Metrodome now sits. But Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak said the city wouldn't kick in money toward the facility unless the deal includes some financial relief for Target Center.
Wilf: Metrodome site would come with $67 million in hidden costs
In a letter to Minneapolis city officials, Vikings team owner Zygi Wilf outlined "three areas of concern" that he says would substantially raise the cost of revamping the Metrodome site for a new stadium. Wilf says TCF Bank Stadium, which would host the team during construction, would require upgrades and limit team revenue, and he says the Dome site would require additional parking.
Wilf calls Minneapolis stadium support 'signficant'
Speaking at the NFL owners' meeting in Florida, Vikings owner Zygi Wilf says Minneapolis officials support for the stadium at the Metrodome site is encouraging. But he's not nearly ready to declare victory.
Dayton, Wilfs hold private meeting to discuss stadium
Just a day after Gov. Dayton said the Metrodome site is the "only viable option" if the team wants a deal in 2012, key lawmakers including the mayor of Minneapolis and others are huddled at the Capitol.
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