With momentum slowed, leaders hope that two chances for public input will jump-start Vikings plans.
Updated: November 16, 2011, - 09:46 PM
The team pledged at least $407 million toward a new football stadium, but calculations by state officials show that the Vikings would bring roughly $225 million of their own money to the deal and possibly less.
Updated: November 12, 2011, - 01:33 PM
Another idea surfaces on paying for new home for the Vikings: Have the public buy shares in the team.
Updated: November 07, 2011, - 11:20 PM
A contract clause may keep the Vikings in the Dome for 2012. The team disagrees.
Updated: November 05, 2011, - 09:03 AM
Gov. Dayton tried to revive a plan to approve a new stadium during a special legislative session.
Updated: November 03, 2011, - 11:21 PM
Gov. Mark Dayton called off plans to hammer out a solution this month for a new Vikings stadium, saying Republican leaders had abruptly “walked away” from his plan for a special legislative session.
Updated: November 03, 2011, - 06:40 AM
The Minnesota House Speaker said consideration of a new stadium for the Vikings could wait until the Legislature meets in regular session in January.
Updated: November 02, 2011, - 09:32 AM
The decision shifts burden to the state or the Vikings. Dayton also said he was warming to expanded gambling.
Updated: November 02, 2011, - 08:49 AM
The Minneapolis mayor uncorked a complicated funding plan for new Vikings stadium, and said that any of three sites in the city were cheaper than building in Ramsey County.
Updated: October 28, 2011, - 09:44 AM