Minnesota airports will receive more than $42 million in FAA grants, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Tuesday.
Highway construction jobs are increasing nationwide, but a new survey shows those work zones are increasingly dangerous for those workers.
As travel projections forecast an increase in flights this month at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, airport leaders are rolling out additional safety measures for travelers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As ridership demand increases amid loosening COVID-19 restrictions in Minnesota, Metro Transit is extending service for some of its light rail lines and bus routes, according to the agency's spokesman.
Minnesota reopened driver's tests to the general public this week for the first time in months, but frustration set in almost immediately over the backlog caused by the coronavirus.
A petition to rename Minneapolis’s Chicago Avenue to Floyd Avenue in honor of George Floyd has gained more than 5,000 signatures Thursday afternoon.
The Hennepin County Attorney says it will defer charges against a truck driver that drove onto to the I-35W bridge during a large protest Sunday.
Fourteen DVS driver’s license exam stations across Minnesota opened Tuesday with new safety precautions in place amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of the locations saw long lines with waits lasting hours.
A 28-year-old doctor from Pakistan, who formerly worked as a researcher at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, has been indicted by a federal grand jury for attempting to provide material to support the terrorist group ISIS.
Starting Monday, face coverings will be required to wear on all Metro Transit buses and light rail trains. Metro Transit officials say it is an effort to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 as well as follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Minnesota is restarting driver’s license road tests on May 26 with priority given to thousands of applicants who have had their road tests canceled since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minnesota regulators are weighing changes to driver's tests, like consolidating exam stations, opening on weekends, and farming out trucking exams to third-party companies, to reduce a growing backlog amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Delta Air Lines is permanently retiring its Boeing 777 fleet by the end of the year, the company announced Thursday.
Monday marked the first day Wisconsin teens under the age of 18 with the consent of an adult sponsor could skip the road test requirement to get their driver license.
Manufacturing companies like Tesla may be able to legally reopen next week, Gov. Newsom said.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, MSP Airport is dealing with a major decline in passengers. Traffic at the airport has dropped nearly 94 percent since February. Metropolitan Airports Commission CEO Brian Ryks joined the Morning Buzz to talk about safety measures in place, what flying could look like in our "new normal", and how long it could take the airport to recover.
Food trucks will be allowed to operate at a small amount of highway rest areas in Minnesota following a new executive order from Gov. Tim Walz.
Delta will soon be requiring all travelers to wear a mask or face covering on their flights, according to a company update released Thursday.
Despite traffic volumes decreasing by as much as half on Minnesota roads, the Minnesota State Patrol says fatalities are up due to a huge uptick in speeding.
Starting Thursday, Metro Transit will be limiting the amount of passengers on its buses due to novel coronavirus concerns, according to an update.