The highways are in good-driving condition this morning. There's a possibility of sprinkles later.
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On the 16th anniversary of Foss' death, the State Patrol and police across the state will be out to inform motorists about the law, and doing enforcement, too.
Blue Line trains are running up to 20 minutes behind schedule Tuesday morning following a mechanical failure earlier in the day.
Minnesota Department of Transportation crews will be setting new beams for new pedestrian bridges over I-94 at MacKubin and Grotto streets Monday and Wednesday nights. To do so, MnDOT will shut down a portion of I-94 both nights.
The weekend traffic volume on metro area freeways and highways is likely to be heavier than normal as thousands make their way to the Minnesota State Fair and the Vikings' preseason home opener at U.S. Bank Stadium.
For one week only, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will operate a temporary enrollment center for passengers to enroll in the PreCheck program.
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