Coronavirus Updates: Minnesota Driver Exam Stations Resume Testing For Commercial Driver Licensing OnlyThere’s little argument that truck drivers are crucial to keeping grocer’s shelves stocked and fuel in the tanks during this crippling pandemic.
Minnesota Troopers To Deliver Care Kits To Homeless PeopleMinnesota state troopers across the state will be carrying more than 600 kits to give to homeless people who need clothes, food, and toiletries.
DPS: Nearly 11% Of Minnesotans Are REAL ID Ready Ahead Of Oct. 1 DeadlineOnly about 11% of Minnesotans are REAL ID ready ahead of the Oct. 1 deadline, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
The Number Of Fire Deaths In Minnesota Increased By 14% Last YearThe Department of Public Safety’s State Fire Marshal Division reports that 42 people died in fires in Minnesota last year.
'We Have To Decrease Our Speed And Increase Our Space': Truck Drivers Learn Precautions Of Winter Driving"The winter adds another element to speed and space management. We have to decrease our speed and increase our space," Mark Chlebecek said.
State Officials Issue Warning About The Dangers Of Alcohol Vaping MachinesPolice are sounding an alarm about the dangers of vaping alcohol. It comes after an alcohol vaping machine was confiscated from a local bar.
More Than 5,000 Cited For Not Following Hands Free LawState officials say more than 5,000 citations have been issued to drivers in Minnesota since a hands-free law took affect in August.
How To Talk To Your Kids About VapingIt's a dangerous trend that's affecting young people. The CDC reports that 16% of lung injuries from vaping are happening to people 18 years old or younger.
Officials: 75,000 Vaping Cartridges Seized In Anoka CountyLaw enforcement officials say they've seized 75,000 vaping cartridges in Anoka County.
Father Of Teen Killed By Deputies Voices Concern Over DPS Working Group"It seems overweight with politicians, law enforcement, former law enforcement and underweight when it comes to victims … more importantly, underweight with mental health professionals," Don Amorosi said.
Hands-Free Law Takes Effect ThursdayA new law is forcing many of us to change how we use our phones. Starting Thursday, it is no longer legal to hold your phone with your hand while you're driving.
Minnesota Builds Awareness Of New Hands-Free Cellphone LawDepartment of Public Safety officials told reporters Thursday they want to make sure every Minnesotan knows what they can and can't do.
'Nobody Wants To See A Preventable Tragedy': Hands-Free Driving Law Enforced Aug. 1On Aug. 1, hands-free driving will become law.
Weeks-Long Crackdown On Speeding Begins On Minnesota RoadsStarting Wednesday, there’ll be a month-long law enforcement campaign to crackdown on speeding on Minnesota roads.
Parents Of Student Nearly Hit By Motorist To Speak Out About School Bus SafetyMinnesota transportation officials say motorists not yielding to school buses are putting children at risk.