Some parkways in Minneapolis will be closing to vehicles once again to allow for more social distancing on trails amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A rolling droid is helping bring MSP Airport travelers to-go food orders.
As the temperatures warm up for the spring and summer, police are urging drivers to cool down following a deadly car crash in Burnsville Sunday killing two 22-year-olds, and injuring two 17-year-olds.
Interstate 35W was closed in Burnsville, Minnesota Tuesday night due to some downed wires.
Autonomous vehicle shuttle pilot programs will begin in Minnesota this year, according to a Governor’s advisory council.
Amtrak says it could add new routes connecting the Twin Cities to Duluth, Eau Claire, Madison and Chicago if the president’s new infrastructure proposal is passed.
President Joe Biden’s infrastructure plan has encouraging news for supporters of the Rondo Land Bridge project in St. Paul.
A grass fire burned over 100 acres along I-35W in Lino Lakes, Minnesota Tuesday afternoon and the smoke from it could be seen on radar.
A 30-year-old man is in custody after police say he stole a taxi cab and led police on a pursuit that injured two people including an officer Thursday morning in Minneapolis.
In six months, REAL ID will be required to board domestic flights or enter federal facilities, but officials say only 22 percent of Minnesota driver’s license and ID cardholders have one.
A community effort is underway in Woodbury to fix a road where a crash killed a 17-year-old and hurt four other teens.
A passenger vehicle was recently spotted on the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis.
Time is running out if you still need to renew a driver’s license or ID card, but got an extension due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A railcar carrying molasses exploded in Cannon Falls, Minnesota Tuesday morning, leaving the city smelling faintly like sugar, according to reports.
More and more cars in Minnesota are now off the road because of a growing trend in thefts. Rather than stealing cars, some thieves simply stealing valuable metals off of them.
A Minnesota House committee on Tuesday advanced legislation increasing the fines to $300 for drivers who blow past school bus stop arms.
The city of Plymouth says the cleanup effort of a derailed freight train from over the weekend is expected to continue into the summer, which is expected to include a "significant amount of noise."
A cleanup effort of a 22-car freight train derailment in Plymouth, Minnesota continued Monday.
The Twin Cities area hit 60 degrees Sunday for the first time in 2021.
With many preparing to travel for spring break in March, officials at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport are preparing for what is expected to be their busiest month since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.