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EV Charging Network To Connect Minnesota's Tribal Nations With Metro, Duluth: 'This Is Another Form Of Resistance'More electric vehicles will be showing up on Minnesota roads, thanks to a new plan from a Native-led nonprofit.
Rough Roads Costing Minnesota Drivers Hundreds Each Year In Auto RepairsEvery time you get behind the wheel in Minnesota, bumps in the road chip away at your wallet.
Family Shocked To Find Water In Gas Tank - And More Shocked By How It Got ThereA Minnesota couple's day trip to Duluth ended in a costly car repair bill after they discovered their gas tank was full of water.
What Car Advice Should You Follow?Drivers often listen to age-old advice on what to do and when, some of which might be outdated.
Potholes Beginning To Pop Up In Metro Following Deep FreezeA deep-freeze like the one we just went through causes ice to expand in the street. When it melts, the water seeps out, taking asphalt with it. That's when repairs are needed.
How Do Self-Driving Cars Work?Three Twin Cities engineers just took off for a special kind of cross-country trip.
AAA Warns Drivers Of ‘Cloudy Headlight’ DangersAAA found that deteriorated headlights, when tested on low beam, were up to almost 80-percent less effective than new ones.
‘It Shouldn’t Have Happened’: Family Reeling After Woman Seriously Injured In CrashThe woman critically injured in a police chase-turned-crash in Minnetonka last week also lost her family’s dog in the collision.
Woman Who Already Had 11 Kids Taken From Her Arrested Again For DUIA Minnesota mother of 11 children is being called one of the worst drunken driving offenders in the nation after a recent arrest in Illinois.
Teen Smashes Through Buffalo License Center During Driving TestWhat’s a sure fire way to fail your driving test? Smash your vehicle through the license center building.
With So Many Options To Get Home, Why Do People Still Drink & Drive?More than 400 people were arrested for drinking and driving over the St. Patrick’s Day weekend – that’s up 28 percent from last year, when the same amount of troopers were out on the road.
State Patrol: 660+ Crashes As Season's 1st Significant Storm Hits MinnesotaThe first big snowstorm of the season created dangerous travel conditions in the Upper Midwest that caused scores of highway crashes, including one that killed an elderly woman in Minnesota.