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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.
The move in a Texas courtroom Monday paves the way for authorities to take her to Florida and Minnesota to face murder charges.
Spring has burst upon us seemingly overnight with temperatures shooting into the upper 60s Monday, and that's suddenly bringing misery for those with allergies.Blame it…
Just Drive Day, in its fourth year, came about after its founder lost his son to a distracted driver.
Lois Riess, 56, was in a Texas jail Friday, accused of killing her husband in late March and then heading to Florida, where she is charged in the death of a 59-year-old woman in Fort Myers Beach and stealing her identity.
Two injuries were reported, said Metro Transit spokesman Howie Padilla
Blooming Prairie fugitive used dead woman's credit cards, authorities said.
Billboards from Texas to California will feature 56-year-old Blooming Prairie fugitive.
Shawn Mathews, the widow of officer Bill Mathews, wants drivers to know her suffering.
Officials confirmed that an ash tree on private property in the northwest part of the city had been attacked by larvae.
With no place to take towed cars, St. Paul cuts drivers a break. No such luck for Minneapolis drivers.
The video shows Lois Riess chatting with a woman who was found shot to death four days later. Riess is suspected in the murder and is also alleged to have killed her husband in Minnesota before fleeing the state.
Drive reader Ross is about to get two of the circular interchanges near the senior center in Richfield where he lives, and he's none too happy about it.
The snow is likely to come along with hail and high winds. In western Minnesota, 2 feet or more of snow is possible.
U.S. marshals have joined the search for Lois Riess, believed to have fled from Florida to Texas.
"Cully," as he was widely known, developed a huge following among business owners and students came to rent and buy typewriters, and get them fixed.
Drills will be held at 1:45 and 6:45 p.m. as part of Minnesota Severe Weather Awareness Week activities
A woman was killed in a rollover crash in Beltrami County, and a man was killed in a head-on crash in Rice County.
Despite temperatures in the mid-30s, the golf balls flew as students from Benilde-St. Margaret's gathered Monday afternoon for boys' golf team practice."Just set up every…
We're not sure if it will get three cheers or three jeers, but one thing is certain: Drivers will get only three lanes on the segment of Maryland Avenue that runs through St. Paul's Payne-Phalen neighborhood.
The teacher and coach worked at the Glenwood City schools and was a City Council member.
Authorities from a number of agencies collaborated in a lengthy investigation.
Tasha Schleicher was arrested Wednesday in Riverside, Ill., after she passed out at a gas station.
Smart Cities Collaborative will take a close look at technology, and even curbs.
This may be the most unseasonable start to the baseball season since the outdoor downtown stadium opened in 2010. There's been snow, there's been cold, but there hasn't been an April like this.
A long stretch of 4th Street in downtown Minneapolis is going to look a lot different in a couple of years as the city reconstructs one of the primary entry points into downtown.
Little Caesars promised free lunch to everyone in America if a No. 16 seed beat a No. 1 seed in the NCAA men's basketball tournament.
Animal Humane Society officials say 41 Chihuahuas rescued this week from an unsanitary home in Carlton County in northern Minnesota are in "decent" medical condition…
Real pups (and other unbattered pets) also moving.
The National Weather Service says no significant warmups are expected through the first two weeks of April.
A teen driver allegedly ran a red light and hit the ambulance while making a left turn.
Firefighter Robby Smith jumped into chilly water to save the struggling dog and reunite it with its owner.
"Fire does not appear to be suspicious," chief says.
It's eroding quickly, even with Monday's snow.
In 2017, the State Patrol issued 893 citations and 2,355 warnings to drivers who endangered personnel by not moving over, said the patrol's Lt. Tiffani Nielson. Fines can exceed $100.
Mother of student says her son was not aggressive, but police say he was.
"This game has become dangerous," Principal John Bezek said.
Police say the motive was robbery; investigation continues.
The teen driver was getting set to take her behind-the-wheel test.
Spring will be on hold as a "tournament storm" brings rain and snow Friday and Saturday.
After 50 years, theft victim delights in reclaiming photos and other treasures.
Two middle schools and five elementary schools swap.
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