With the pending snowstorm diving south, there is a good bet that the Minnesota Department of Transportation will go forward with its plans to close parts of Interstate 35W through south Minneapolis on Wednesday and Thursday nights
Drivers on their phones trading stocks, using iPads to change passwords and cleverly using a key fob as a remote to play the popular reality game Pokémon Go while rolling down the road. Law enforcement saw it all Monday, the first day of a statewide crackdown on distracted driving, which runs through April 22.
Power has been restored along the Blue Line between Mall of America and Terminal 2 at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, Metro Transit said.
Authorities are working to clear the wreckage from a train derailment in Shakopee.
Service is back after a power outage had knocked out service on the Green Line between Hamline Avenue and Union Depot, Metro Transit said.
Too much snow, MnDOT will now begin resurfacing project April 9 instead of today.
The airport recorded its second busiest day ever on March 23 when more than 50,000 travelers passed through security checkpoints, and a weekly record of 288,478 March 18-24. Overall spring break travel is up 3.7 percent over last year, airport officials said.
Drivers say the problem is worse than it was three years ago, the study released Thursday found. It's rated worse than congestion, drunken driving, aggressive driving and those who use drugs.
Few details were immediately available, but the MnDOT confirmed that the highway is closed between 263rd Avenue and 276th Avenue between Paynesville and Roscoe.
A graphic video showing a Utah state trooper being hit and sent airborn by a passing motorist on a snow covered freeway underscores the reason drivers need to abide by Move Over laws.
Here is a heads up for motorists who use Interstate 35W in downtown Minneapolis. The freeway in the vicinity of the Franklin Avenue bridge will be closed during the overnight hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights.
A multi-vehicle crash had all lanes of northbound I-494 shut down in Woodbury for about 45 minutes, the Minnesota Department of Transportation said.
MnDOT will host an open house from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Champlin Ice Forum to spell out the details of the project and traffic impacts.
Should a driver be involved in a crash that kills or injures another person and was using a cellphone at the time be charged with criminal vehicular operation?
The Public Safety and Security Policy and Finance committee of the Minnesota House of Representatives on Tuesday will take up the bill that would prohibit drivers from using hands-held cellphones and electronics
It is recommended that travelers arrive at the airport two hours prior to the flight's departure,the Transportation Security Administration said.
Some drivers will go to great lengths to cheat in order to use the MnPass lanes without having to pay.
The man was conscious and walking following the incident, which occurred about 10:30 a.m., a Metro Transit spokesman said.
A motorist traveling on Hwy. 52 in Inver Grove Heights last Wednesday had quite the unusual experience. A large piece of heavy-duty plastic flew off a dump truck and wrapped around his SUV.
A semitrailer truck driver smashed a window to climb out of his cab as the truck sank after plunging into a lake in central Minnesota on Monday.