There's a late entry into the push for a new Minnesota Vikings stadium. The City of Shakopee wants to be considered as an option. Mayor Brad Tabke says a 130-acre site between Highways 101 and 169 has existing infrastructure, no need for any environmental cleanup and several routes leading to i…
Minnesota Vikings officials insist their first choice for a stadium remains the St. Paul suburb of Arden Hills. But they are also taking a closer look at a site in downtown Minneapolis near the Basilica of St. Mary.
The question of where exactly to put a new Minnesota Vikings stadium if it ends up in downtown Minneapolis remains unsettled. The city's Downtown Council is unveiling a 15-year development plan Wednesday morning that envisions a stadium at one of two sites near Target Field.
Potential sites for a new Vikings stadium are the focus of a state Senate hearing today (Tuesday) at the Capitol. Senator John Pederson of St. Cloud is not at the meeting, but he says he supports the hearing -- and a new stadium.