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 driver who had stopped to help shot the knife-wielding man as he assaulted others involved in the crash, police and witnesses say.
Looming multiday meltdown will eat away at depths of 6 to 9 inches across much of the metro; the North Shore got more than a foot of snow.
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.
Supporters want Minnesota to be 17th state to pass law banning handheld cellphones.
Citizens got a peek at the plans on Thursday night.
Two passengers were hurt in the crash just east of Granite Falls, Minn.
A fine mist and drizzle freezing to windshields will fall throughout the morning, the National Weather Service said.
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.
With case against drivers closed, authorities release audio and video records from 2016 escapade.
The 15-year-old boy was hit by two vehicles as he crossed the highway at Texas Avenue.
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.
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.
The Minnesota Valley Transit Authority saw an uptick in ridership in 2017, rising 1 percent from 2016, the agency announced.
The figure was the second highest annual ridership in the history of the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority.
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."