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MINNEAPOLIS — The new Vikings stadium is now officially a billion-dollar project, after the team announced Friday it’s kicking in an additional $48.6 million to plug a budget gap caused by rising costs and design changes.
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ST. PAUL — A Little Canada man has been charged in the death of a man he allegedly shoved in front of an oncoming car Wednesday night on a street in the Twin Cities suburb.
GLENWOOD CITY, Wis. — After a full day of work at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds last month, Mark Goodrich went home to his ranch outside Glenwood City to check on...
MINNEAPOLIS — Chris Kluwe and the Vikings finalized a settlement Tuesday that ended the 7½-month saga surrounding the punter, who had accused the team of releasing him in May 2013 because of his outspoken support of same-sex marriage. The settlement, reached late last week and put in writing early this week, results in the Vikings making donations to five LGBT groups over the next five years. The amount the team will provide was not released, but Kluwe will receive no money.
MINNEAPOLIS — If there was a battle to be the Vikings’ starting left cornerback, it was news to Captain Munnerlyn. “I really didn’t even know there was any competition,” Munnerlyn said.
MINNEAPOLIS — Theiren Cockran, the University of Minnesota’s sack leader last year, looks every bit like an NFL defensive end. The redshirt junior from Homestead, Florida., has just what the pros are looking for: size (at 6 feet 6, 255 pounds), speed (he runs 40 yards in 4.55 seconds) and reach (a 7-foot wingspan).
MANKATO — Two years ago, Vikings fullback Jerome Felton made the Pro Bowl. Now, there are rumblings he might not even make the team. Minnesota offensive coordinator Norv Turner doesn’t appear to favor a two-running back set as much as previous offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave did. Felton didn’t start last Friday’s 10-6 victory over Oakland in the preseason opener as the Vikings opened in a two-tight-end set. And that formation ended up being used far more in the game than one with a fullback.
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ST. PAUL — Responding to calls for his resignation, Archbishop John Nienstedt said Wednesday that he will remain at the helm of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis.