Mike Kaszuba

Reporter | Sports
Phone: 651-222-1672
Mike Kaszuba has been a reporter at the Star Tribune for 29 years and has covered a wide range of topics, including sports, government agencies and the state of Minnesota.

Recent content from Mike Kaszuba

URS, under fire for 35W bridge, is up for light-rail contract

The engineering firm paid $52.4 million to settle a suit arising from the collapse of the I-35W bridge.

Updated: March 16, 2012, - 10:24 PM

Zellers walks fine line on stadium

House Speaker Kurt Zellers is caught in the middle on Vikings project, between supporters and budget hawks. Today could be a key day in the process.

Updated: March 16, 2012, - 06:24 AM

Vikings stadium bill stalls at first hearing, will get retooling

In its first hearing, the plan to build a $975 million Vikings stadium stumbled. Zellers could decide its fate Friday.

Updated: March 15, 2012, - 09:34 AM

Vikings stadium bill trips over projections of gaming revenue

Legislators question prospects of pulltabs, bingo as reliable financing.

Updated: March 12, 2012, - 10:45 PM

Stadium package gets cold reception

Pulltab financing for new Vikings home encounters snags.

Updated: March 10, 2012, - 06:49 AM

Legislators whip Vikings stadium bill into shape

Senate GOP, DFL leaders have signed on as sponsors, and there is talk of hearings next week.

Updated: March 08, 2012, - 11:01 PM

Rep. Lanning outlines tight timetable for Vikings stadium bill

Legislation is unlikely to be introduced before Monday.

Updated: March 07, 2012, - 11:36 PM

Senator says Target Center is in Vikings stadium bill, 'but it isn’t’

Separate efforts to aid Target Center and build a new Vikings home seek a delicate balance and max support.

Updated: March 07, 2012, - 06:32 AM

Senators pitch Vikings stadium loan

Three Republicans say the Vikings could borrow $300 million from the state for a stadium but should not get a subsidy. So far, no one's biting on the idea.

Updated: February 24, 2012, - 03:45 AM

Two more plans to build Vikings stadium emerge

Both are offered by Republican legislators: One would help fund a project in Arden Hills, while the other would have the team pay more than 80 percent of the costs.

Updated: February 23, 2012, - 11:23 AM

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