In the midst of prom and graduation season, police in the Twin Cities area will conduct extra enforcement Thursday in effort to reduce distracted driving – especially texting while driving.
Officials with the Minnesota Department of Transportation say that bumpy “wash board” effect on metro roads is caused by a number of factors.
Up until this week, many of you have not dealt with snow and ice on the roads. Saturday night’s snow storm has left much of Minnesota covered in white — which is affecting flights, travel conditions and visibility.
Minneapolis road construction season is done for the year. City officials celebrated that fact Tuesday.
It was bolts of electricity that caused extensive damage to a handful of metro area homes.
The Hennepin County District Court sentenced who they call a “chronic burglar” to more than nine years in prison.
The debate over a person’s “right to die” is taking place in a Dakota County courtroom.
There’s more evidence that heroin and prescription opiates abuse has a strong grip on the Twin Cities.
For the first time, a Twin Cities woman is talking about the horrifying crash that killed her sister.
The price of liquor is going down — sort of. A Twin Cities liquor store chain is jumping on the college basketball bandwagon.
The White Earth Indian Tribe thinks it has the answer to funding a new Vikings stadium — build a casino in the Metro. The proposal comes at a time when leaders at the Capitol say they’re very close to a deal on a new stadium.
A man accused of burglarizing several high-end homes in the Twin Cities has been caught in the act.
The abuse of heroin and other opiates has reached the highest level in the Twin Cities’ history, according to a report released by the Minnesota Department of Human Services (DHS).
A new report paints a bleak picture of the Twin Cities’ housing market.
The Nordic Ski Foundation brought their program into metro middle schools, offering a chance for students something new. For some, it’s more than new, it’s unknown.
Yes, those of you who have been begging for a white winter will get a little dosage Thursday night and into Friday morning.
Local police and federal agents are on the hunt for the guy nicknamed the “Man in Black.” He’s a bank robber whose M.O. has been dressing in black clothing head to toe while holding up at least six Twin Cities banks at gunpoint.
The Twin Cities is ranked high in lots of categories, but a new survey shows one group is pretty pessimistic.
The north Metro may smell a lot like natural gas Friday evening, CenterPoint Energy says.
Leaves aren’t the only thing dropping this fall, you may have noticed prices at the pump falling too.
Severe thunderstorms came — and went — through the metro area, bringing heavy rain, damaging winds and hail.
The National Weather Service issued a slew of tornado warnings as a line of severe storms moved through the northern Twin Cities area.
According to a new report by the Minnesota Department of Transportation, more of us in the Twin Cities metro are stuck in traffic than ever before. Approximately 21.5 percent of all metro highway miles are classified as congested.
Feeling a little backed up on the highway? You’re not alone. A freeway traffic study shows congestion increased between 2009 and 2010 by more than 3 percent.
Minnesota’s rough winter means that drivers all over will be dealing with more potholes earlier than usual. And, as drivers have likely noticed, they are pretty bad this year.