It’s in your best interest to steer clear of I-35 northbound in Lakeville on Friday, according to MnDOT. Traffic backups are estimated to be six miles and increasing as the northbound lanes of the interstate are currently restricted to a single lane of traffic between County Road 50 and the I-35E/I-35W split in Burnsville during construction.
The DNR said wolf hunting and trapping in the northeast zone will close for the remainder of the late season at the end of shooting and trapping hours on Saturday.
The DNR says wolf hunting in the northeast zone will close for the remainder of the early season at the end of shooting hours on Thursday, Nov. 15.
Beginning Monday the Plymouth Avenue Bridge over the Mississippi River in downtown Minneapolis will be closed to all traffic for repairs until mid-October.
A St. Paul school is celebrating big accomplishments after it was almost forced to close its doors.
Avoid Highway 55 as it’s closed Wednesday night between East 26th Street and East 28th Street in Minneapolis.
Interstate 94 in Minneapolis will remain open this weekend after plans to close the road fell through (again) due to the impending stormy weather, MnDOT said.
Due to cold and wet weather, the closure of eastbound I-94 in Minneapolis between I-35W and Highway 280 that was scheduled for April 27-30 has been canceled. The eastbound I-94 closure will be rescheduled for a later date this spring.
With just a few weeks before the spring camping season opens in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area, the U.S. Forest Service expects as many as 76 campsites on 23 lakes to be unavailable in a hangover from last year’s big Pagami Creek fire.
A heavily traveled thoroughfare in the Twin Cities will be closed this weekend.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation said motorists can expect delays Wednesday and Thursday on Highway 52 in St. Paul because of an emergency road repair.
Motorists prepare for delays and detours. Highway 280 in St. Paul will close at 10 p.m. Friday in both directions.
News of Lockheed’s intentions to phase out the plant by 2013 is sending shock waves throughout the city of 67,000 people.