This comes amid a statewide drought.
Their efforts to leave the Packers are becoming increasingly acrimonious.
The shooting occurred Friday night near Aldrich Avenue and Burnsville Parkway.
The dispute is over a local property used by protesters.
The event got underway on Friday, but has been canceled due to the storm damage.
The Minnesota Wild selected Jesper Wallstedt with the 20th overall pick.
The Grant native went 18th overall on Friday night.
A report says Rodgers could retire by Wednesday.
The discovery was made in the early hours of Friday.
Wilson is a staple of the Renaissance Festival and holds a Guinness World Record.
On NBC's Football Night in America, sports writer Peter King reported the Vikings and Minnesota officials are close to a new stadium deal. According to NBC Sports, it's not a matter of "if," but "when." The Vikings have called Minnesota home since their NFL debut in 1961, but the Metrodome lease expires after the 2011 season. The report did not state whether the new stadium would be in Arden Hills or Minneapolis.
Last year was rough for Vikings fans. It was one of the worst seasons in team history and the club's future in Minnesota was unclear. Now, the Vikings have a new stadium plan locked in place and fans are breathing a sigh eye of relief with eyes toward the future. Kare 11's Boyd Huppert traveled to Mankato to take the temperature of the fans as the 2012 season approaches.
A new Minnesota Vikings stadium should elevate the team's value to close to $1 billion and into the NFL's upper class when it opens in 2016 while positioning the Twin Cities to host a Super Bowl by the end of the decade, a prominent sports economist says.
Five national architectural and engineering firms have submitted renderings and plans for a new $975 million Vikings stadium. The finalists include Kansas City-based Populous, formerly known as HOK Sport, the company that designed new homes for the Minnesota Twins, Wild and University of Minnesota football team.
Monday could turn out to be one of the most important days in the history of the Minnesota Vikings. The stadium bill will be voted on in the House. If the vote passes the team will be one step closer to a new stadium. Lester Bagley, the Vikings' chief stadium lobbyist believes a 'yes' vote "is within striking distance."
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