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Her death was confirmed on a CaringBridge page.
More nasty storms could develop Thursday afternoon in southern Minnesota.
He's moving to a job with Twin Cities Orthopedic.
The president has slammed the Minnesota Congresswoman for the third time this week.
May was on the receiving end of some mean comments on social media.
The driver was having a medical emergency.
This one got out of hand late.
It's going to be oppressive outdoors, similar to Sunday and Monday.
It will be called the Omni Viking Lakes Hotel.
Details on the severe threat, which includes the entire state.
It comes less than a day after the DHS Chief of Staff resigned.
He had to be rescued after becoming stranded on Lake Superior.
A week after the stadium vote, Gov. Mark Dayton is still on record saying the Vikings have a reasonable chance at luring the Super Bowl back to Minnesota. Dayton told the Pioneer Press he helped then-governor Perpich land the 1992 game and says he’ll do whatever he can to make it happen again.
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."
The Vikings stadium bill will become official at noon Monday when Governor Mark Dayton signs the bill into law. He's expected to sign the bill at the State Capitol Rotunda.
There have been 10 arrests of Minnesota Vikings players since January 2011 – almost twice as many as the second-place Detroit Lions. Star running back Adrian Peterson's arrest marked the 39th time a Vikings player has been arrested or cited since 2000, which also leads the NFL, according to Pioneer Press research.
Adrian Peterson has a great chance to become the Vikings' all-time leading rusher by the end of the season. He needs 104-yards to surpass Robert Smith's 6,818-career rushing yards. Peterson says it will mean a lot to accomplish the record "within short period of time." This is his fifth season as a Viking.
Gov. Mark Dayton says he'll fight any effort by the Vikings to charge fans extra fees and threatens to undo the stadium deal. In a letter to Vikings' owners Zygi and Mark Wilf, Dayton says he strongly opposes asking season ticket holders to pay the "NFL Team/Private Contribution" for construction costs.
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.