There are a few things you can be sure of during the spring time. The grass will turn green, your taxes will be due and, just like Canadian Geese, your gas prices will start heading north.
The state Senate is scheduled to consider a bill that would prohibit young drivers from using cell phones.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has a message for Minnesota motorists: “Designate a sober driver before the Super Bowl Sunday to avoid the dangers and consequences of a DWI.”
Who do you think are better drivers — men or women? A new study says that when the snow flies, some men get into trouble.
Good news for drivers — gas prices have shifted into reverse.
Drivers should expect delays on eastbound Interstate 94 between Cedar Avenue and Highway 280, starting at 11 p.m. Tuesday.
At this time last year, crude oil was around $80 a barrel and gasoline prices were around $2.80 a gallon. On Tuesday, crude oil is close to $80 and gas is around $3.40. So, why aren’t gas prices that low now?
The Minnesota State Fair is up and running and so are residential lots in nearby neighborhoods.
When the weather gets warmer in Minnesota, the bicyclists come out. And with more bikes on the road, more of us notice the red-light running, wrong-way riding bicyclists. And more of them notice the cars not paying attention to them. So, what are the laws in Minnesota about bicycling?
As warmer weather brings more motorcyclists out on Minnesota roads, Minneapolis police are urging all motorists to work together to prevent accidents.
It seems it took $4 per gallon of gas to get more people to start looking for other ways to get around.
St. Paul Police are encouraging drivers to take simple steps to avoid having their valuables stolen from their parked cars.
Despite warnings that gas prices would rise, Friday morning’s jump was more of a jolt than many drivers expected.
Drivers likely noticed it on their way home from work Thursday night. Gas jumped to $3.49 a gallon all over the Twin Cities. Just Wednesday, a gallon of regular unleaded cost $3.29.
Minnesotans are digging out — again — after another winter storm dumped more than a foot-and-a-half of snow on parts of the state.