Things are getting back to normal around Minnesota and Wisconsin after a blast of winter weather.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota State Patrol are closing highways in western Minnesota due to hazardous road conditions.
Extremely icy conditions had closed a significant section of westbound Interstate 94 Friday night in northwestern Minnesota, the State Patrol said.
A mom driving with her toddler daughter fell asleep, crashed into an overpass and plunged into the Red Cedar River near Menomonie, Wis. on Sunday.
As if the snow, ice and slick conditions weren’t bothersome enough, a multi-vehicle crash in Minneapolis Wednesday morning created all sorts of problems and headaches for commuters.
Multiple lanes of Interstate 94 and ramps of Interstate 35E will close in the downtown St. Paul commons area Wednesday night for light-rail-related construction, the Department of Transportation says.
A 34-year-old Wisconsin man died while working along Interstate 94 in Wisconsin early Monday morning, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The Wisconsin State Patrol identified the man killed in a Friday morning crash west of Menomonie as 50-year-old Scott Quist of Dorchester, Wis.
The Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating after a motorcyclist was killed in a crash Friday morning west of Menomonie.
One Minnesota school district is preparing to give iPads to all of its nearly 900 students.
Following a number of recent crashes, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is posting more warning signs along a stretch of highway under construction.
There was quite a scene at a St. Paul motel early Monday morning after two suspects fled police, authorities say.
No one was injured after a semi jack knifed and crashed into the Lowry Tunnel on Interstate 94.
Motorists in the Twin Cities will need to find their way around a few closures in the coming days.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation has closed the left lanes of Interstate 94 near Lowry Avenue after the pavement buckled due to the high heat.