An "erratic driver" lost conttrol of his vehicle and crashed through the garage of a home in Bloomington, Minnesota Tuesday morning, causing a fire, according to police.
A Carver County deputy shot and killed a 29-year-old man who was holding a female hostage at gunpoint on the Mendota Bridge early Monday morning, according to the sheriff. The hostage did not suffer any serious injuries.
Protesters briefly shut down traffic on I-35W early Friday evening in response to the unrest in Ethiopia.
Businesses are slowly starting to reopen, meaning more people are heading back to work, traveling across Minnesota’s major roads and highways.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety updated the state's driver's manual Monday with additional information on what to do if you are pulled over by police while in possession of a weapon. The announcement comes four years to the day after Philando Castile was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Falcon Heights after informing the officer he was legally carrying a firearm.
A man is dead after a crash in East Bethel, Minnesota Sunday night.
The Minnesota State Patrol is reminding drivers to slow down after troopers reported a 149% increase in drivers going over 100mph from April 1 to May 21.
Highway construction jobs are increasing nationwide, but a new survey shows those work zones are increasingly dangerous for those workers.
The Minnesota State Patrol is investigating a deadly crash on I-94 in Minneapolis involving a drunk driver.
A driver died near Baldwin, Wisconsin early Monday morning after driving onto a flooded road following heavy rains that dropped nearly 9 inches on the area overnight.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety Driver and Vehicle Services division is emailing verification letters to anyone who has reported a delay to use as proof of registration renewal until their tabs arrive.
A crane completing construction Wednesday morning along I-35W near 42nd Street in south Minneapolis toppled over onto the closed northbound lanes, according to Minnesota Department of Transportation officials.
The four people who died in a wrong-way crash on I-35W in Richfield, Minnesota Saturday night have been identified as two Sioux Falls, South Dakota residents, a Lakeville, Minnesota resident and a St. Paul resident.
Update (10:51 a.m. Tuesday): Shakopee police say the Goldendoodle was found.
After protesters stormed onto highways in Minneapolis on Friday, MnDOT is shutting down several major highways in Minneapolis and St. Paul for the night in anticipation for more unrest.
Protesters are now on I-35W at University Avenue in Minneapolis. The demonstration is in response the death of George Floyd.
Authorities say this was the deadliest Memorial Day weekend on Minnesota roads in 10 years.
Police are investigating after a road rage incident led to shots fired in Richfield, Minnesota. No one was injured.
A driver was killed and four people were injured in a wrong-way crash on Highway 169 in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota early Wednesday morning.
With DMV in-person services suspended amid the COVID-19 pandemic, teenagers in Wisconsin will soon be allowed to get their driver’s license without having to take the road test.