One year after a longboarding accident almost killed a Twin Cities teen, he’s sharing his story with the hope that speaking out will save lives.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2013 American Community Survey (and my amateur calculations), nearly 860,000 people in the U.S. commute to work via bicycle. Of that, the report estimates there are 28,864 hearty Minnesotans who ride to their jobs.
An experienced bicyclist who recently moved to Minneapolis was run over and killed Monday night by an alleged drunk driver. Marcus Nalls was biking home from his new job at the downtown Hyatt Regency. He was then run over by a van on West Franklin Avenue and pinned underneath. Crews had to use special equipment to lift it off him.
Idaho State Police say a Minnesota man died after the Harley Davidson motorcycle he was riding collided with an antelope near the town of Ellis in central Idaho. Police say 53-year-old Lawrence Steffens of St. Louis Park, Minn., died about 2 p.m. Friday after the antelope ran in front of Steffens while Steffens negotiated a corner on U.S. Highway 93.
A Twin Cities family is sharing a story of a terrible accident, because they believe it can save liv
Toronto Blue Jay third baseman, Brett Lawrie was ejected from his game last night after a disturbing display of sportsmanship. Click here to see story and video.
To wear a helmet, or not to wear a helmet? That’s a question relevant to both motorcyclists and taxpayers.
Minnesota Twins first baseman Chris Parmelee was hit in the helmet by a pitch from Boston’s Justin Thomas in the sixth inning and had to leave the game.
As warmer weather brings more motorcyclists out on Minnesota roads, Minneapolis police are urging all motorists to work together to prevent accidents.
For the first time, a Twin Cities hockey coach is talking about a frightening fall that he says nearly killed him. Now, he hopes his experience will serve as a lesson for all coaches.