A new report shows safer biking in the Twin Cities as well as more riders and trails.
Drunk drivers aren’t the only safety issues that spikes on New Year’s — it is one of the biggest days for fires, too.
The State Patrol is encouraging people with New Year’s plans to make plans now for a ride home. Troopers are stepping up enforcement over the holiday weekend, to keep drunk drivers off the roads.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety said this past Thanksgiving travel period may have been the safest on record in Minnesota.
Rain on Saturday should finally end the fire danger risk that’s been covering most of the state this week.
By age 6, children should have vaccinations against 14 diseases, in at least two dozen separate doses, the U.S. government advises. More than 1 in 10 parents reject that, refusing some shots or delaying others mainly because of safety concerns, a national survey found.
University of Minnesota police will be handing out doughnuts and safety tips this week with hopes of keeping the Twin Cities campus safe.
A Minnesota transportation official says half of the bridges rated deficient following the collapse of the Interstate 35W bridge will be repaired or replaced by the end of this construction season.
The lost little boy in Brooklyn who encountered a killer on his short walk home is another worry for parents like Kelly Commodore who doesn’t let her three kids far from sight. So, when should children be allowed to walk by themselves?
With school out for the summer, the Minneapolis Police Department is reminding parents to talk to their kids about having fun this summer — in a way that’s safe for everyone.
It’s been more than three weeks since a tornado tore into North Minneapolis and enough time has passed determine who’s fixing up their houses and who isn’t.
The Rocori School District held a community meeting Tuesday night after two students brought weapons to school in April.
The Rocori school district is holding a community meeting to discuss school safety — after two students brought weapons to school in April.
As warmer weather brings more motorcyclists out on Minnesota roads, Minneapolis police are urging all motorists to work together to prevent accidents.
To make sure this summer is a great one for you and your family, here is our guide to preventing (and treating) some of the season’s health hazards.
The Minnesota Vikings have taken South Florida safety Mistral Raymond in the sixth round of the NFL draft.
Minnesota’s transportation and public safety departments are urging motorists to share the road with bikes after the state’s first bicyclist fatality of 2011.
National Infant Immunization Week starts Saturday, and it’s taken on a special significance for Minnesota health officials this year.
When the engines rev and the 747 goes flying down the runway, a lot of us have a hard time keeping it together. After a Southwest Airlines plane lost 5 feet of fuselage in mid-flight, it gave people with the fear of flying another reason to freak out. So, how safe is it to fly?
Sign up is now open for Minnesota’s firearms safety and hunter education classes.
Police at the University of Minnesota are handing out doughnuts — and safety tips — as part of a campaign encouraging students to “Stand Up” when a situation doesn’t seem right.
As the Minnesota boys’ high school hockey tournament moves into its final day, concussions will be on the agenda between sessions.
The Minnesota Senate has voted to increase the legal consequences for people who harm or kill police and other public safety dogs.
Last year 200,000 Minnesotans left this frigid, snowy land for the sun and the beaches of Mexico. But with a U.S. State Department travel warning still in effect, is Mexico safe?
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is asking the federal government for stricter standards covering underride guards on tractor-trailers.