The Minnesota Vikings and the Zygi Wilf family are donating $100,000 to support recovery efforts on the east coast after Hurricane Sandy devistated the region earlier this week. Wilf, a New Jersey native, says "every contribution is critical" to help the victims.
Suspected lightning strike causes gas fire in St. Paul street
Nearby properties are being evacuated.
Charges: Woman was drunk when she caused crash that killed father-of-four
Anoka's Adam Madsen was killed in the crash.
Revival to close its original Minneapolis restaurant
Don't worry – it's bringing the chicken to its nearby BBQ joint.
Fatal crash under investigation on Hwy 62 in Mendota Heights
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating the crash near Dodd Road.
Gallery: Sale of Minneapolis penthouse marks highest price for condo in MN history
The seller is a member of the Pohlad family.
The former Bachelor Farmer space is sold in Minneapolis
A new restaurant is expected to open next year.
Supercharged atmosphere causing more mega-rain events
There could be a mega-rain event Saturday-Sunday in Minnesota, Wisconsin and/or Iowa.
Massive Burnsville landfill expansion nears final approvals
The City of Burnsville and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency are accepting public feedback on the proposal.
Kyle Rittenhouse attorney to defend accused Apple River killer Nicolae Miu
The attorney who helped Kyle Rittenhouse be acquitted of all charges is defending the alleged Apple River mass stabber.
Minneapolis police trying to ID pair in connection to fatal shooting
Police say the two people pictured are connected to the fatal shooting of Ivan Redday last month.
17-year-old girl killed in southern Minnesota crash
The crash happened early Thursday morning near Lake Crystal.
Wilf expects Vikings to win NFC North
Vikings' owner Zygi Wilf has high expectations for 2012, so high in fact that he expects the Vikings to be division champions this season. Doing so would mean they go from worst to first and surpass the improved Chicago Bears and high-powered Lions and Packers.
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.”
Wilfs will support Frazier if he wants to blow up the Vikings' roster
Sid Hartman reports that Leslie Frazier will have the full support of Zygi and Mark Wilf if he decides to blow up the Vikings' roster next season. Frazier says the Wilfs have been "supportive" and "humble in all aspects." The team will need to fill a lot of holes to be competitive next season.
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.
Observer: Wilf 'most hated man in Minnesota' after buying $19M home
The New York Observer says Vikings owner Zygi Wilf is taking lots of flack after making his luxurious purchase on the coast.
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