Reporter | Traffic and transportation

Harlow previously spent four years covering Washington County news and writing about family events and festivals. He is a resident of Robbinsdale and earned a communications degree from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and a masters degree in communications from Bethel University.

Riding free and easy: Metro Mobility users can now take buses and trains at no charge

The pilot program, running through 2024, is paid for with revenue from the new metro-wide transportation sales tax.

Fire damages Eagan townhome complex, displacing residents

No one was hurt in the fire at the Forest Ridge Townhomes.

Former Gustavus theater professor dies in crash on Hwy. 169 in St. Peter

Robert Gardner was riding in a vehicle that was struck Monday night on the south side of St. Peter, in southern Minnesota.

Plane crashes in Brooklyn Park, hits vehicle; minor injuries reported

The Piper PA-28 went down about 10:30 a.m. near the intersection of County Road 81 and West Broadway.

Minneapolis woman dies, man arrested after rollover crash in Brooklyn Park

Police said the occupants had stolen merchandise from a Napa Auto Parts store in Osseo and were driving a vehicle reported stolen in Minneapolis.

Electric-car-sharing program owned by Minneapolis and St. Paul hits major milestone

Evie Carshare recently recorded its 150,000th trip and the service plans to expand to more areas of St. Paul in the next year.

Robbinsdale to hold special election for open council seat

Sheila Webb, who had represented the eastern side of the city since 2021, resigned from the council in October; an election will be held in May.

'Tired of drunk drivers': Injured Minnesota deputy shares his story as state cracks down

Law enforcement from 300 agencies will participate in a statewide campaign to stop impaired driving.

Postal worker robbed at gunpoint in Edina; suspects sought

The postal worker was robbed Saturday on 66th Street but was not hurt, police said.

Truck drivers to Minnesota: We need more parking

Trucking associations want the state to apply for federal grants and funds to expand truck parking across the state.