A live power line is down and sparking on Franklin Avenue and Pelham Blvd. in St. Paul. That's near University Avenue.
Also in St. Paul, traffic is jamming up on southbound 35E due to a crash south of Hwy. 36.
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Rain has pushed back the start of today's Twins-White Sox game at Target Field but that won't stop Metro Transit from shutting down light-rail service at 6:45 p.m. Thursday as scheduled.
Commuters traveling along the I-94 corridor between Minneapolis and St. Paul Monday morning saw a heavy police presence, particularly in the Midway area.
The biggest traffic jams this weekend are likely to be on I-35 north of the Twin Cities as thousands make the trip to and from Duluth for Saturday's Grandma's Marathon.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation is taking a step to draw travelers' attention to the growing problem of human trafficking and get them to report suspicious activity.
Metro Transit picked up a Gold Award for Safety from the American Public Transportation Association for its efforts to improve pedestrian safety along light rail lines.