The flooding has slowed across the state and roads are beginning to reopen. The Highway 41 Bridge over the Minnesota River in Chaska, Minn. reopened Saturday. The state Department of Transportation reopened the bridge, one of the south metro’s busiest river crossings, as floodwaters receded.
The Minnesota State Patrol says a section of I-35 south of Owatonna that was closed after a fiery crash has now reopened. The Patrol says a semi and a car were stopped in the right northbound lane Thursday afternoon due to traffic backups. Another semi crashed into the car, which then collided with the first semi. The trucks then caught on fire, sending a plume of smoke into the sky that could be seen for miles.
Despite a musician lockout that’s been going on for nearly a year, a newly remodeled Orchestra Hall is being unveiled. Here’s a look inside the $50 million dollar project, which includes the Target Atrium, an entirely new space with large glass windows facing the plaza.
More than four months after historic flood severely damaged highway access to Jay Cooke State Park, it will reopen to the public at 8 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 22, says the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
The Mall of America parking ramp that was damaged after a fatal crash on Aug. 3 is now reopened to the public.
Construction crews on the Central Corridor Light Rail line are moving the orange cones Wednesday.
Chaska motorists, rejoice. The Minnesota Department of Transportation has reopened both directions of Highway 41, spanning the Minnesota River.