The Vikings are 21st on a “Forbes Magazine” list of the NFL’s most valuable franchises. The Vikings are worth 1.007-billion-dollars, topping the one-billion-dollar mark for the first time in franchise history. The Cowboys top the list at an estimated 2.3-billion-dollars. The Oakland Raiders came in last at 825-million. The average value of an NFL franchise is now 1.17-billion-dollars.
State budget negotiations resumed at Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton's residence yesterday afternoon.
Governor Pete Ricketts has vetoed legislation passed by the Unicameral that would repeal the death penalty.
Meat packers would be able to own hogs and contract with Nebraska producers under a bill advancing in the Unicameral.
Funeral services for Omaha Police officer Kerrie Orozco, who was killed in the line of duty, were held Tuesday.
Torrential rains and flooding have turned streets into rivers, killing more than a dozen people and destroying hundreds of homes.