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Two words might best describe the quarter-mile stretch of Hwy. 252 between Interstate 694 and 66th Avenue N. in Brooklyn Center: congested and dangerous. Northbound…
Mild conditions are expected to continue through most of next week
The bicyclist was not seriously hurt.
The measure passed out of committee for first time in four-year campaign.
A Plymouth family whose dog was shot has been flooded with aid.
That pack of plastic posts in the center of 2nd Street at 3rd Avenue NE. in Minneapolis is looking a bit worse for the wear, drivers have noticed. But the real question they are asking is, "Why are they there?"
The bus was transporting a college basketball team from Illinois; as many as 17 people were injured.
Police are unsure how she died, and are awaiting autopsy results.
Driver faces DWI charges after hitting van carrying Andover teen and 14 friends and family members after Twins game.
Snow totals in the metro ranged from about 2 inches in Afton to more than 7 inches in the south metro to more than a foot in north central Minnesota.
Prosecutors wanted Samuel Hicks' driving privileges curtailed, but a judge said no.
The suspect faces charges of parole and probation violations.
Minnesota state law says that anybody with a permit to carry can have a gun almost anywhere in the public domain, except in private establishments such as businesses, churches, restaurants, stadiums and other places that hang special signs that say guns are not allowed.
Work on 38th Street bridge is part of a $239M project.
Distracted driving was the cause of fatal Hwy. 36 crash in Lake Elmo, authorities say.
The driver who was killed, Robert Bursik, was the owner of Dragonfly Gardens in Amery, Wis.
Change in weather brings usual crop of potholes as street crews scurry to keep up.
Yoshi arrived last week and offers on-site oil changes and routine car care services
A 6-year-old girl remains in critical condition at Hennepin County Medical Center.
2 in critical condition after Monday morning crash.
Delta celebrated their gold-medal achievement at the airport in Seoul popping champagne and giving the curlers a toast on board during their flight home.
Driverless buses are not going to run on the roads any time soon, but if and when they do, Minnesotans seem keen on the idea, according to feedback the Minnesota Department of Transportation has received.
Minneapolis and St. Paul declared snow emergencies starting tonight to clear side streets of the snow that fell Thursday night before Saturday's dumping arrives.
Arrests have been made in Woodbury, St. Francis, Hill City, Prior Lake and Orono over recent days.
And this is only the first round of a 1-2 punch from storms that could drop as much as a foot of new snow by Sunday.
Supporters want Minnesota to be 17th state to pass law banning handheld cellphones.
Graham's footprints still seen at University of Northwestern, KTIS.
Marcus Hallmark will be sentenced Monday for the killing of Thomas Russ in March 2017.
A fine mist and drizzle freezing to windshields will fall throughout the morning, the National Weather Service said.
"I could not do that again," says first person to win Golf Show contest.
A driver who had stopped to help shot the knife-wielding man as he assaulted others involved in the crash, police and witnesses say.
Momentum has been picking up over the past year for the measure to make Minnesota the 15th state, plus Washington, D.C., to outlaw drivers' use of hand-held devices.
The 15-year-old boy was hit by two vehicles as he crossed the highway at Texas Avenue.
The Rev. Anthony Oelrich was placed on administrative leave after his arrest on Tuesday.
Temperatures are expected to hit 40 degrees in the Twin Cities for the first time in three weeks.
25-year-old was believed to be on her way home.
Airport has added eight carriers since recession, with another to come.
MnDOT joins interstate effort to help truckers get to resting places.
Recent stops in the northwest of the state show surge of drug traffic.
Duluth joins Minneapolis, St. Paul and others in limiting the sales of menthol and other flavored tobacco products.
The Minnesota Valley Transit Authority saw an uptick in ridership in 2017, rising 1 percent from 2016, the agency announced.
Crashes — mostly fender benders — are common on the half-mile stretch of Hwy. 52 between Plato Boulevard and the I-94/I-35E/7th Street interchange: about two a month, according to a MnDOT spokesman.
Guidelines coming for how to screen gourd rattles, eagle feathers and fans "in a respectful manner."
The school was damaged in an Aug. 2 natural gas explosion.
The Century Middle School principal was already on leave during a police investigation.
U.S. Bank Stadium now has full complement of 66,400 seats back in place.
Crash near the Hwy. 19 overpass closed northbound lanes for five hours.
Man who stole seat carried it on his flight back to Philadelphia.
More than 60,000 pass through airport on "game day."
More than 70,000 people are expected to pass through security checkpoints Monday at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, and officials advise them to pack plenty of patience — and leave all weapons behind.
Whether you're driving, taking public transit or walking, here's what visitors and locals alike need to know to successfully navigate downtown Minneapolis and the surrounding area between now and game day.
That's 7,000 more fans than the agency has ever moved for one event. "This will be different from what everybody is used to," a manager said.
New Orleans Saints punter Thomas Morstead made good on his promise to come to the "Bold North" on Friday.
"It's all hands on deck" said Lyft's local manager.
She was in a no-standing zone between tracks when she was struck.
A two-day standoff at a hotel near the U ended when police arrested the man who had holed up in a room while grieving for his daughter who killed herself in 2014.
The standoff played out throughout the day Monday on the East Bank, where students and guests went about their business despite closed roads and a large police presence.
A skier from Russia collapsed and died Friday while participating in a race during the Masters World Cup at Theodore Wirth Park, race officials…
Roads near the Graduate Hotel on Washington Avenue on the University of Minnesota’s East Bank have been shut down due to “public safety situation,” according…
Days after a snowstorm clobbered the Twin Cities, many bus stops remained buried under a foot of snow. Others were still blocked by piles kindly left behind by plows.
Friday evening's commute was improved after epic traffic jams Wednesday and Thursday, commuters said.
The Zimmer Foundation said most apologized for Philly fans' behavior.
Two people were trying to rob the store after dark Monday.
Sunny skies return after storm that brought 17 inches and more to areas of Minnesota.
The first major snowstorm of 2018 brought the Twin Cities to a halt Monday, stranding students at school and littering streets, alleys and highways with stuck cars.
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Law enforcement agencies have not been called to a fatal crash along the dangerous segment of Hwy. 23 between Milaca and Foley in central Minnesota for about a year, and that's definitely something to celebrate.
The metro is in line for 5 to 8 inches, but the storm track could change.
Punter Thomas Morstead will deliver the money to Children's Minnesota during Super Bowl week.
Minnesota Vikings fans, still jubilant after the team's stunning win over New Orleans in Sunday's NFL playoff game, are showing that they are a benevolent and compassionate bunch.
Programs offered are focused on fostering an interest in STEM fields.
He was rarely far from any civic endeavor in Anoka or Coon Rapids.
But don't get too used to it. Winter will return to normal on Sunday.
The State Patrol responded to 688 crashes across the state Monday.
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