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The DNR approved the name change in January and it became official then. The U.S. Board of Geographic Names got on board with the change last month.
Court records show that police across Minnesota handed out 211,603 speeding tickets in 2017 and 212,068 the year before. But is Minnesota taking a hard enough stance against speeding scofflaws?
The St. Paul woman was struck in the eastbound lanes of the freeway near Edgerton Street about 2:40 a.m.
A storage shed was reported a total loss.
Rodney Smith Jr. stopped in northeast Minneapolis, Bloomington and St. Paul on Thursday as part of his nationwide good-deed tour.
MnDOT is asking drivers not to use closed ramps.
It's a science lesson that's hard even for the weather folks to explain.
A judge granted a motion requiring the Blooming Prairie, Minn., woman facing the death penalty to give palm and fingerprints.
The advisory will be in effect from 1 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, when it will feel like 100 degrees or hotter.
A motorcyclist was killed in a separate head-on crash in Stearns County
Cast and crew are working feverishly between rehearsals this week to remove a thick scum of flood mud coating the stage of the popular Wilder Pageant in Walnut Grove, Minn., ahead of Thursday's opening performance.
Rising waters head for New Ulm, Mankato.
"We say just wait, it will get worse. Right now we are at that 'worst' period," said Minnesota Department of Transportation Commissioner Charlie Zelle. "There is no way to sugarcoat it. The most disruptive points will be in the next few months."
The Franklin Avenue bridge spanning West River Parkway and the Mississippi River is practically new, and already blemishes are appearing.
At a late-night news conference at City Hall, Police Chief Medaria Arradondo stressed that the investigation, led by the BCA, will be "absolutely transparent."
After a tough week for commuters navigating big traffic jams in downtown Minneapolis construction zones, a little levity is in order. Leave it to the…
Mosquito Control District has done its part. Now you need to do yours.
Days before her arrest, Lois Riess seemed to follow the script of Florida crime.
The annual road construction season has most of the Twin Cities detouring at every turn this summer.
Travelers may be able to prebook parking online and choose from an array of options with different price tags: remote lot? rooftop? closest to the door?
Repair of 300-foot stretch could take months.
The American Spirit was headed out to sea when it became stuck
MnDOT is spending $500,000 to festoon more than 1,000 stop signs with reflective red metal strips and place fluorescent yellow tape on more than 100 traffic signals primarily at rural intersections identified as high risk.
The family of Kaiden Kauffman says it will push for changes in the Cambridge-Isanti School District.
Police think the substance was likely something to keep the cards moisture free.
The raccoon that scaled a St. Paul skyscraper this week and had legions around the globe riveted to the internet to watch the drama now…
The critter was lured to a trap containing wet cat food on the top of the UBS Plaza in St. Paul. It's been set free in the southwest suburbs.
Yasmin Abdillahi, 20, was a graduate of Harding High School.
The little critter's antics on the exterior of a downtown office tower delighted scores of onlookers in person and online.
Minnesota woman who fled across the South has a public defender.
Monday was the first weekday on which key freeway exits into downtown Minneapolis were closed, but fears of an epic bottleneck didn't materialize, as commuters found alternate ways to get to work.
Motorists on I-35W will be dealing with lane and ramp closures for the next four years.
The speed limit will fall to 30 miles per hour on 'Urban District' streets.
Charges in Dodge County in connection with the death of her husband are still pending.
The St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office said a pedestrian was struck and killed by a freight train late Tuesday. Deputies were called to the 7000…
An original plan cut the parking, but now narrower traffic lanes will keep it.
The State Patrol is investigating the wreck which occurred at Hwy. 13 and Cedar Avenue
Agents were attempting to arrest the man when they heard a loud bang
Riess is accused of killing her husband, then a look-alike in Florida.
The driver who hit him after blowing through a fence on I-35 in Lakeville died days after the May 15 crash.
The crash occurred just east of 221st Avenue just before 4 a.m. Thursday
The crash occurred Monday morning on Hwy. 65 in Williams Township.
Turns out the teen biker he hit was the wrong guy, driver allegedly tells cops.
A Metro Transit bus shrink-wrapped in hot pink is making the rounds this spring and attracting lots of attention, not surprisingly. But one Drive reader noticed it in St. Paul for another reason.
I-94 also shutting down in downtown Minneapolis.
After efforts fail to ban handheld devices behind the wheel, representatives seek a compromise.
The name of the bicyclist, a 49-year-old woman from Ham Lake, has not been released.
The crash occurred just before sunrise on a county road near Rockville, Minn.
Newspaper won for its series called "Left to Suffer."
Bill denied House vote. Advocates say they will be back in force next year.
This service matches wannabe chauffeurs with people willing to rent out their private vehicles by the day, week or month.
Minnesota woman accused in look-alike's death, identity theft.
A three-day pilot this week will bring bus-only lanes to a portion of traffic-clogged Hennepin Avenue during rush hour to see if they might speed up one of the region's slowest corridors.
The April 29 crash left 18-year-old Grant Skluzacek injured.
A car and semitrailer truck collided on Hwy. 70 at County Road 1 Thursday afternoon.
Veteran had sought help to cope with PTSD.
Next stop would be House floor, though Senate version is still held up.
A teenager was taken to HCMC with life-threatening injuries. Two other people were hurt.
Shannon Shaw had sought treatment for PTSD for nearly a decade, his wife said.
Damage to the building at Ann Lake was estimated at $180,000.
Bomb threat disrupts classes at John Marshall High School
Authorities on Tuesday night found the body of a man who apparently drowned Monday while trying to swim across the Mississippi River in St. Cloud.…
Firefighters revived the man, but he later died at HCMC.
Department hopes to map expanded territories.
A two-week crackdown in April yielded more than 1,500 citations in Minnesota.
Senate sponsor and advocates blame partisanship, but Senate leader says measure could still advance this year.
Lois Riess, the former Minnesota fugitive wanted in two killings, stuffed a towel under the bathroom door and called the front desk to extend her victim's stay, according to charges.
Coinciding with the surprise heat are flood, fire and storm warnings.
Overlapping closures along I-35W will put a miserable squeeze on metro commutes.
An overwhelming majority of drivers apparently have missed the memo that state law requires them to stop for pedestrians in a crosswalk.
The southern Minnesota woman who allegedly killed her husband and a woman in Florida was arrested last week in Texas. Authorities are taking her back to Florida to face murder charges.
Women in Minnesota had the fourth-longest life expectancy, according to new research.
No arrests have been made.
Car commuters can get to more than 976,000 jobs within 30 minutes.
Dodge County awaits BCA results before charging fugitive in husband's murder.
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