Families Of Distracted Driving Victims Plea For Hands-Free Device BillPeople who lost loved ones to distracted driving are not ready to accept this is the end of the road for a bill that could prevent it.
End Of The Road For Hands-Free Driving BillSupporters of the bill told WCCO they were unhappy that the bill was not being brought up for debate.
Families Plead With Lawmakers To Pass 'Hands-Free' Driving BillTime is running out on the 2018 legislative session, including a bill in response to concern over distracted driving.
Gov. Dayton Signs Bill Naming Section Of Hwy 12 After Fallen OfficerA section of a Minnesota highway is now named after a fallen officer killed by a suspected distracted driver last year.
Families Affected By Distracted Driving Ask Lawmakers For ChangeFamilies of people killed by distracted drivers are asking lawmakers to pass a hands-free bill before it's too late.
Minn. Lawmakers Running Out Of Time For Legislative PrioritiesTime is beginning to run out in the 2018 legislative session with less than a month remaining, and several bills still in limbo.
Time's Running Out For Hands-Free Driving BillIt has been two years since little Paisley lost her mother, Megan Goeltz, and her unborn brother.
Widow Of Officer Killed On Highway 12 Speaks On Distracted DrivingThe wife of a Minnesota officer struck and killed on Highway 12 is speaking out about distracted driving and how one person’s choice changed both her and her son’s life forever.
How Dangerous Is Distracted Driving?Next week, the state of Minnesota plans a crackdown on distracted driving. This comes as a hands-free cellphone bill makes its way through the Minnesota State Legislature.
Survey: Distracted Driving Is Motorists' Biggest ConcernA new survey by AAA shows 88 percent of those polled think distracted driving is a bigger problem then aggressive driving or drunk or drugged driving.
Bill Would Ban Handheld Cell Phones While Driving, Including GPSAt least 70 people die on Minnesota roads every year from distracted driving.
DPS: Minn. Drivers Texting More; Seat Belt Use Also IncreasedThe number of drivers distracted by their cell phones on Minnesota roads continues to rise, according to new numbers from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.