2017 Was Deadliest Year For Fires In Minnesota Since 20022017 was the deadliest year for fires in Minnesota in 15 years, according to the Department of Public Safety.
'Make A Sober Game Plan': DPS Says Over 2,500 DWI Arrests Over HolidaysAhead of the Super Bowl coming to Minneapolis, the Department of Public Safety is reminding motorists to make a sober ride game plan.
Fire Deaths Up In Minnesota This Year, DPS SaysOfficials are cautioning safety this holiday season after seeing an increase in fire deaths in Minnesota this year.
Gov. Dayton: Driver Licensing Problems Are Being PoliticizedSome Minnesota drivers say problems persist at the Minnesota Department of Driver and Vehicle Services.
Driver & Vehicle Service Upgrades Causing Long Lines, Wait TimesThe upgrade to Minnesota's Driver and Vehicle Services system has hit some bumps in the road.
DPS: Real ID Will Be Available For Minnesotans Next YearAfter Gov. Mark Dayton signed the REAL ID bill into law Thursday, Minnesotans will now be able to acquire one next year.
DPS Still Seeking Information In Unsolved Church ArsonsAuthorities are making a renewed call for information from the public in a number of unsolved church arsons in Minnesota.
State Patrol To Be Out In Force This Cinco De MayoAfter several tragedies on Minnesota roads last Cinco de Mayo, the Minnesota State Patrol isn't taking any chances this year.
DPS Puts Extra DWI Patrols Out For St. Patrick's DayThe Department of Public Safety said there will be extra officers on DWI patrols this weekend, looking for drunk drivers.
State Officials To Address Minnesota's Drug Problem MondayMinnesota's drug problem will be the focus of a discussion among state officials on Monday.
DPS: Email Scam Reported In Blue EarthOfficials in southern Minnesota are warning residents about an email scam.
Minnesota Officials Reminding Motorists 'Click It Or Ticket'The Department of Public Safety is bumping up patrols during its Click It or Ticket campaign aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of not wearing a seat belt.
DWI Arrests Decrease In Minnesota For 2015The number of arrests for drunk driving is down in Minnesota for 2015, according to the Department of Public Safety.
Safety Officials Urge Caution After January Saw 25 Road FatalitiesAfter more than twice as many people died on Minnesota roads this January than they did in the same month last year, state officials are urging drivers to take it easy, wear seatbelts, drive sober, and pay attention to the road.
More Than 2,500 DWI Arrests Made In Minnesota Over The HolidaysSafety officials say that over the holidays, law enforcement officials on Minnesota roads arrested 2,502 people for driving under the influence.