The Monday morning commute is off to a good start. We have light levels of traffic and no issues on the roads.
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The weekend calendar is chock full with large events that have the potential to spawn big time traffic jams, especially in downtown Minneapolis where Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump pays a rare visit to the state Friday.
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