DPS: More Minnesotans Buckling Up; Record Low Seat Belt Citations Issued During CampaignOfficials say more Minnesotans are choosing to buckle up after seat belt citations dropped to a record low during the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign.
Distracted Driving Demonstration Teaches Teens The Dangers Of Texting On The RoadStudents ran down a line while trying to text people at Monticello High School.
DPS: Minn. Drivers Texting More; Seat Belt Use Also IncreasedThe number of drivers distracted by their cell phones on Minnesota roads continues to rise, according to new numbers from the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Months After Delayed Upgrade, Minn. Licensing System Issues PersistCar dealership managers, motor vehicle service employees and frustrated drivers are sounding off about problems with the state's new computer system for license plates and tabs.
Minnesota DVS Computer Upgrades To Cause DisruptionsFrom July 20 to July 24, you won't be able to renew tabs, get a new license plate, or apply for a new title in person.
Buckle Up: Minnesota Stepping Up Seat Belt EnforcementMore than 300 Law enforcement agencies across the state will be on the lookout for drivers who aren't wearing seat belts.
DPS Hopes 'Severe Weather Awareness Week' Encourages Preparation, SafetyCome Springtime, some April showers can develop into even more -- that's why this week is Severe Weather Awareness week.
DPS: Officers In Fatal St. Paul Shooting ID'd; Man Had HandgunThe officers involved in a fatal shooting in St. Paul Wednesday have been identified.
BCA Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting In HibbingAccording to the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, it started with a 911 call about a man with a gun.
Audit Finds Half Of Searches By Minnesota Cops Were QuestionableThey queried about themselves or people with the same last names, or disproportionately searched for people of one sex, the audit found.
Minnesota Already Over 100 Traffic Fatalities In 2016It’s been a deadly year on Minnesota roads. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says more than 100 people have died in traffic crashes since January 1.