The Downtown Journal reports that a supposedly imminent deal to build a Vikings stadium does not include a downtown Minneapolis casino, but the owners of Block E say they're still committed to the idea.
Video: Inebriated Sheriff Dave Hutchinson after high-speed crash
Hutchinson was unaware of his location and repeatedly said he wasn't driving.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Thursday, January 20
A Mayo Clinic data scientists believes omicron may have already peaked in parts of Minnesota, though that reality won't show up in the reported cases until at least next week.
2 dead, 1 critical after being found unconscious in garage
The men were believed to have been drinking together and possibly using drugs.
2 teens suspected in 20 robberies arrested after police chase
They are suspects in 23 cases in three Twin Cities counties.
Hennepin Co. Sheriff was driving 125 mph before DWI crash, files reveal
Taken together, the files provide a clearer picture of what exactly happened the morning of Dec. 8.
Canadian man pleads guilty to sexually abusing children at MN casino
Brady John Hillis, 32, pleaded guilty two counts of abusive sexual contact with a child under 12.
Exchange of shoes sold online results in theft, shots fired
The victim had initially arranged to sell a pair of shoes to the suspect on an online marketplace.
Michigan beats Minnesota to 'Betty Whiteout' snowplow nickname
There is one BIG difference between the Michigan and Minnesota snowplow contests.
Kacey Musgraves gives shoutout to Minneapolis vintage store
The country music star was in the Twin Cities kicking off her latest tour.
I-94 eastbound closed for hours after trucks crash, potatoes spill
The potatoes froze to the freeway.
Ant ejected, Wolves blow huge lead and lose to slumping Hawks
The Timberwolves missed another opportunity to get over .500.
NHL announces make-up dates for Wild postponements
The Wild will play 40 games in the final 77 days of the regular season.
White Earth tribe pitches Twin Cities casino to help build stadium
White Earth says it would split revenue 50-50 with the state and calls the plan "the only solution that is fair to all Minnesotans." Meanwhile, sports facilities chief Ted Mondale says a new plan to build a stadium behind the Dome in downtown Minneapolis could come within days.
White Earth casino idea gets chilly reception at Capitol
The House leader on stadium legislation says the idea of funding a Vikings stadium with a new Twin Cities casino is "not in play right now." A spokeswoman for Mark Dayton says the governor does not support it as a way to pay for a stadium, saying a casino would likely be tied up in court for years and is not a reliable source of money.
White Earth band schedules press conference on 'stadium funding'
Minnesota Public Radio reports another player is making a move in the stadium game. A flyer says the band wants to build a casino in the Twin Cities metro and split the take 50-50 with the state of Minnesota. The White Earth tribe appeared in December before a Senate hearing to pitch a casino plan.
White Earth band to unveil plan for Twin Cities casino
Leaders of the White Earth Band of Ojibwe say they are Minnesota's largest - and poorest - tribe. Thursday they'll roll out a plan for a Twin Cities casino and propose splitting the profits with the state. The idea may attract those looking for a way to fund a new Vikings stadium without raising taxes. But expansion of gambling has plenty of opponents.
Block E casino still a longshot, but odds are improving
A plan to develop a casino on Block E in downtown Minneapolis got new life after Mayor R.T. Rybak included it in a plan to finance a Vikings Stadium. Several business leaders are also starting to get behind the deal.
Legal fight in Duluth shows gambling expansion would be high-stakes game
The mayor of Duluth tells the Star Tribune the city is in serious financial trouble after the federal government sided with the Fond du Lac band in a legal tussle over casino revenue. The newspaper says some of the proposals to expand gambling in Minnesota could put the state on a similar collision course with tribes, which fear state gambling would cut into revenue that they say has helped alleviate crushing poverty on reservations.
White Earth Nation offers Minnesota $400 million for a new Vikings stadium
In exchange, the poorest Minnesota tribe wants the right to build a Twin Cities casino. House Speaker Kurt Zellers says he doubts White Earth can come up with the money up-front.
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