MSFCThe Metrodome's woes pile up.At least nine Teflon panels from the Metrodome roof will need to be replaced, maybe even more, in the wake of the Dec. 11 blizzard that caused the dome to collapse the following day.
Pat Milan, spokesman for the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, told ... More >>
More big trouble. Another hole opened in the Metrodome roof, following Sunday's collapse (above).The Metrodome's Teflon roof, already deflated and defeated from the weekend blizzard, tore open a fourth time yesterday.
There were workers on the field, but no one was hurt when the panel ripped ... More >>
Who or what escaped the Metrodome collapse? Now we know the answer.It was one of the most-viewed videos of the weekend: Fox Sports' exclusive footage of the collapse of the Metrodome from inside.Producers suspected the Dome was going to give-way and wisely left their cameras running overnight, wh ... More >>
The Metrodome is missing its bubble. The roof of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome has collapsed under the weight of the blizzard that hammered Minneapolis yesterday.
In place of a plaza and surrounding parking fields that should have been filled with pre-game hub bub, there's just blowing sn ... More >>
City PagesThe guy in the circled cart narrowly escaped the snowpocalypse when the Metrodome roof collapsed.Someone was inside the Metrodome and on the sideline as the roof of the Metrodome began to collapse, according to a video analysis.A commenter pointed out to us that despite official word th ... More >>
Target Field and the Metrodome will both be full tonight.More than 100,000 people are expected to clog Minneapolis this evening as the city braces for something it's never seen before: Simultaneous home games for the Vikings and the Twins downtown, thanks to brand-new Target Field.
A big enough tent for Democrats?Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak says he's pretty confident that Minneapolis will land the Democratic National Convention in 2012 -- and he wants it housed in the Metrodome.
We haven't been alone in wondering why the city would want to put up with the barricaded- ... More >>
While most Minnesotans were continuing their celebrations last night, workers at the Metrodome were anxious for everyone to get off the field and out of the building so they could start their work converting the field back into a baseball diamond.