Vikings owner Zygi Wilf tells the Star Tribune's Sid Hartman that he is suffering this season because he thought the team would be more competitive than its 2-8 record.
Acclaimed investigative podcast 'In the Dark' canceled by American Public Media
The Peabody Award-winning investigative podcast earned national acclaim.
Former KARE 11 intern returning as station's newest anchor
Morgan Wolfe makes her full-time debut next week.
Former MN teacher charged for knocking student's tooth out with hockey stick
Kimberly June Neubauer has been charged with third-degree assault and is no longer a teacher at Princeton Public Schools.
Guthrie cancels 'Emma' performances, Illusion Theater delays premiere due to COVID
The pandemic is continuing to leave theater seats empty in the Twin Cities.
Property owners asked to monitor river shorelines in ongoing search for Elle Ragin
Investigators are focusing their search on the Mississippi River in Stearns County.
Over 100 shots fired in Brooklyn Center, no injuries reported
Police said they haven't learned of any injuries as of Wednesday.
Unleashed, off-duty police K-9 attacks boy in Isanti
The attack involved an Anoka County Sheriff's Office K-9, named Bubba.
New 'Big Brother' season includes a Minnesota attorney
Michael Bruner will compete against 15 other houseguests starting Wednesday night.
Man, 34, dies after being found unresponsive in grain bin
The incident happened in Stearns County Tuesday afternoon.
Laser pointed at plane descending into MSP Airport
Nationwide, laser pointing incidents rose 42% last year compared to 2020.
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.
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.
Hartman: Wilfs have several ties to California
Would the threat of the Vikings relocating be less if Glen Taylor owned the team? Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman believes that is the case. Hartman points out that the Wilfs have no real ties to Minnesota, but do have millions of dollars in real estate property in southern California.
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.
Report: Zygi Wilf's private plane spotted at Southern California airport
The Daily News in Los Angeles is reporting that Zygi Wilf's private plane was spotted at an airport in Southern California on Thursday. The Vikings declined to comment on the report. Earlier this week NFL commissioner Roger Goodell met with the mayor of Los Angeles to talk about bringing an NFL team to L.A.
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