The Minnesota State Patrol says a driver was struck and killed after leaving their vehicle on Highway 169 in Bloomington Wednesday morning.
It’s not spring yet but some people south of the metro are already dealing with an unwelcome sign of spring: Flooding.
Snow and rain will continue to fall throughout Minnesota well into Sunday with the possibility of a big snow storm beginning Sunday night in the extreme southwestern part of the state.
Steady rain on Saturday has forced MnDOT to close a 10-mile stretch Highway 169 south from St. Peter to Mankato until Sunday.
Authorities say a 63-year-old North Mankato man was killed in a crash Monday when his car was hit by a semi in Nicollet County, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
A major highway has been closed after a serious accident caused a significant backup in Eden Prairie, Minn.
The Mille Lacs County Sheriff’s Office says an explosive device was found during a traffic stop Tuesday morning.
Motorists will encounter plenty of headaches this weekend as we’re in the heart of summer road construction season. There are several highway closures this weekend, and the two biggest will be in the west metro.
Motorists in the Twin Cities will need to find their way around a few closures in the coming days.
Two Minnesota state troopers who were the first to arrive at the scene of some pretty bad accidents were honored today.
Beware Bloomington and Edina drivers: delays are expected on Highway 169 as a traffic signal just north of Interstate 494 goes back into service.
There could be some headaches for motorists heading home from work Tuesday night in the south metro. The southbound lanes of Highway 169 between Valley View Road and Interstate 494 will close at 5 p.m. Tuesday for a continuing construction project.
A major highway in the southwest metro is closed this weekend but is expected to reopen on Monday.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation will be closing Highway 169 for construction this weekend.
A full closure of Highway 169 is scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 17-20, MNDoT said.