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Two were hospitalized after taking counterfeit painkillers.
The agency has gained approval from the federal government.
Two others in the canoe that overturned Wednesday swam to safety.
The woman who died may have been assaulted, police said.
"Chamber Checks" can be used at local businesses, to pay city bills or given to charity.
Expect light traffic; gas prices will be at their lowest levels since 2003.
Starting Tuesday, the Minnesota Department of Vehicle Services plans to give 300 tests a day to catch up on the growing backlog.
The shooter fled the scene and has not been caught.
It said it's working to reopen about 100 basketball courts, 118 play areas, 120 tennis courts, six skate parks and nearly 400 fields for soccer, football, baseball and softball.
The record low travel set in 2009 likely to be broken.
Most state-run Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) offices closed during the COVID-19 stay-at-home order, and that has created angst for thousands of drivers whose licenses…
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety will resume road tests May 26 at select stations and will give priority to people who had tests canceled. Exam stations will open Tuesday.
A suspect fled the scene before law enforcement arrived.
Christopher Paul Seiple must also repay the money he stole, and then some.
The announcement means 9 full- and part-time staffers are out of a job.
Alcohol was believed to be a factor in the crash early Wednesday on Hwy. 169.
New lane shifts are in place on I-94 in Maple Grove and I-35W in Bloomington.
The crash happened about 6:25 a.m.
Hwy. 169 near County Road 81 was closed for about four hours.
The 3-foot-long pet crawled away from its home this week, the owner says.
The Lyft driver was not hurt in the March 25 incident in St. Paul.
The campaign seeks $200,000.
The Guard's message to front-line workers: "Thank you for your service and your sacrifice."
Marty O'Hehir said the April 16 call was the most intense of his career.
Arik Matson is recovering after being shot while pursing a suspect Jan. 6.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is warning Minnesotans about scams in which auto dealers and shippers ask customers to wire money for cars they have bought online. The problem is neither the cars nor the companies exist.
A weather pattern more common in January will usher in the cold air
The fete will return to Harriet Island in St. Paul next year, officials said.
"The goal is to convert the existing expressway corridor to a free-flowing … corridor," an Anoka County traffic engineer said.
The officer was treated at a hospital and released. The State Patrol is investigating.
No major road closures are on tap in the metro this weekend.
Police are still looking for the shooter.
Law enforcement across the country has also seen a spike in excessive speeding
The victim was not wearing a seat belt, the State Patrol said.
A third suspect involved in the incident Sunday morning has not been caught.
With students on distance learning, the annual event takes a new path.
The victim who was found shot called 911.
The state’s hands-free law banning drivers from holding phones and other electronic devices while behind the wheel has gotten quite a bit of attention since…
Samuel Nilva lived through the Spanish flu, WWII and brain surgery. COVID-19 didn't scare him.
Buses will replace Blue Line trains between the 28th Avenue and Mall of America
Wayne Haskell had everything going for him when he graduated from North High School in Minneapolis in 1960. He was an honors student, senior class…
The incident Friday at the Greenhaven Apartments led to a 3-hour standoff with police
The ramp from southbound I-494 to eastbound Hwy. 7 remains closed.
The crash happened Monday about 7:20 a.m. at 240th Street
The Minnesota Street Rod Association pledges to be back in 2021.
The specialized chair was stolen Monday as Bobbi Glewwe was out for a walk.
More lane closures on Hwy. 5 near MSP Airport begin Friday; light-rail maintenance continues in Minneapolis.
Stillwater called off its July 4th fireworks and all events through July 19.
The building was evacuated without injuries; the cause is undetermined
Surveillance tapes helped police find suspect; victim is in critical condition.
No other vehicles were involved in the crash reported Sunday morning
Residents who live near a busy intersection in Credit River Township where there have been two fatal crashes in just over a year have long…
Peter Michael Dziuk has a long history of displaying hostility toward police, the charges say.
Susan Sina, 67, was hit April 2 while crossing Century Avenue in Maplewood
An overnight closure of I-35W in south Minneapolis may cause the most problems
Rehab of the gateway to downtown Minneapolis will start in May and take three years
The incident started Wednesday night as a domestic assault situation.
The library system also is offering temporary e-cards so all county residents can access online materials
Crews continued to put out hot spots early Tuesday.
A few years ago, Pete Hosmer bought two cameras with the idea that someday he’d be able to use them to offer A+ Driving School’s…
Some parkways in Minneapolis and St. Paul also remain closed
Stay-at-home order allows for maintenance projects.
Nice Ride bike sharing program returns, with free offer for a month, new cleaning protocols.
With Driver and Vehicle Services (DVS) offices closed at least through Friday because of the coronavirus pandemic, Drive readers are concerned they can’t renew their…
Firefighters found the victim in the unit where the fire started.
The vandalism may have occurred on March 26.
A truck driver transporting live turkeys crashed on snow-and-ice-covered Hwy. 12 early Friday near Willmar, Minn., and died at the scene. Gary Kim Vergin, 65,…
Work on Hwy. 5 near the MSP Airport may pose the biggest travel challenges.
A man from Waconia was killed in a head-on crash early Thursday on a county road just southeast of the Carver County city’s downtown. Deputies…
Stations in Lakeville posted gas for $1.09 a gallon Wednesday
RoadCoach improves attention and reduces risky behaviors by those over 65, but speeding continues.
Five blocks of Hennepin Avenue will close Tuesday in downtown Minneapolis.
Far-flung family members hold virtual game night by turning to an old standard.
The program debuted Sunday and is available to those certified to use the service
The driver rear-ended a semitrailer truck that had stopped for red light