Minneapolis marks the fourth anniversary of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse by dedicating a memorial honoring the lives lost and the survivors.
A garbage truck rollover on southbound Interstate 35W near the Minnesota River is blocking traffic, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation officials.
A Lakeville man is dead after he veered off the road on his motorcycle Monday night.
At least one person was killed Friday night after a crash near Interstate 35W and Diamond Lake Road in Minneapolis, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Six people had to go to the hospital after a rollover crash early Wednesday morning.
A pedestrian died after being hit by a semi while walking along Interstate 35W in Blaine.
More than a month after a gas main fire left a gaping hole and caused extensive damage to 60th Street in Minneapolis, the road has been reopened to traffic.
California design firm asked the Minnesota Supreme Court on Monday to block the company from being sued by the state over the deadly 2007 interstate bridge collapse in Minneapolis that killed 13 people.
Two ramps in Minneapolis will be closing for months as crews continue to work on the Central Corridor light-rail line.
Officials will close lanes on northbound Interstate 35-W in Burnsville at 8:30 p.m. Thursday while crews construct a temporary dike on the east side of the freeway.
A natural gas line exploded into massive flames in South Minneapolis Thursday morning at the intersection of Nicollet Avenue and 60th Street.
A woman could have been killed after a piece of road flew into her car.
Charles Abbott, of Menahga, is recovering in the burn unit at Hennepin County Medical Center, hours after his semi rolled over and became a giant fireball off a ramp at Interstate 35W and Highway 10.
Metro Transit says everything went smoothly as a first-of-its-kind bus station opened for business during the Monday morning rush hour.
A ribbon and bow were placed on the multi-year Interstate 35W-Crosstown project just this last week, as entrances, exits and new lanes were all made readily available to motorists.