E-mails show city concerned about temporary seating weeks before Super Bowl.
Deal-of-the-day website Groupon has pulled a series of controversial commercials, which drew widespread criticism after their debut on Super Bowl Sunday.
Nearly 800 people last week slipped and slid their ways to the Hilton Anatole to...
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Colts' owner Jim Irsay, who will host Super Bowl XLVI at Lucas Oil Stadium, wants to avoid the sort of mistakes made by Jerry Jones this time last year.
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital stole the show from a banquet room full of NFL stars, and good for them.
Now the NFL says Cowboys hired contractor for Super Bowl temporary seating.
The US Naval Air Force is defending their flyover of Cowboys Stadium prior to Super Bowl XLV, arguing that the mission, which may have cost upwards of $450,000, was written into the annual budget.
The NFL isn't happy with the lawyers behind the numerous suits against the league in the wake of a seating snafu at Super Bowl XLV.
Super Bowl XLV continues to make the news. Will it ever stop?
The vice president of the construction company in charge of installing the much-debated temporary seats at Cowboys Stadium for Super Bowl XLV has come out in defense of his crew's work.