380 Died On Minnesota Roads In 2018Of those, the Department of Public Safety considers many preventable -- 27 of those deaths were related to a distraction behind the wheel, and 100 involved speeding.
Minnesota State Trooper Attacked; Suspects Seen Throwing Marijuana Bricks From VehicleTwo men are in custody Thursday, accused of attacking a Minnesota State Patrol trooper during a traffic stop, then throwing bricks of marijuana out of their vehicle after fleeing the scene.
Getting A REAL ID Now? Officials Say Be PatientAs of last week, more than 13,000 people had applied for a REAL ID. But only about 630 had been approved, processed and mailed out.
DPS: 116 Traffic Fatalities Since Memorial DayAuthorities say 116 people died this year in crashes from Memorial Day to Labor Day, considered the 100 deadliest days on Minnesota roads.
CenturyLink Blames 3rd Party Vendor For Minn. 911 OutageAn investigation is underway into why Minnesota's 911 system went down for an hour Wednesday afternoon.
Officials: Minnesota IDs Should Suffice At Airports Until 2020Minnesota's current extension is slated to lapse in October, soon after the state begins issuing the new compliant licenses.
Reality Check: More Minnesotans Own Guns, Violent Crime Remains LowMinnesota set a record last year for the number of gun background checks the FBI conducted in the state.
DPS Official: Driver's License System Problems Now FixedMany DMVs have had to delay processing titles, tab renewals and transferring vanity license plates.
DPS: 2017 Minnesota Crash Fatalities Lowest In 74 YearsState officials said Wednesday preliminary numbers show Minnesota had the lowest number of crash deaths in 2017 in more than 70 years.
New Year’s Celebrations Result In 117 DWI ArrestsThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety says that between 6 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday, there were 117 arrests statewide for DWI.
Fire Deaths Spike In Minnesota In 2017We’re not quite done with 2017 yet, but state officials say the number of fire deaths this year is already 30 percent more than in 2016.
Need To Get Help But Can't Call 911? Now You Can TextStarting Tuesday, there's a new way to get emergency help in Minnesota. A new statewide network makes it possible to send a text to 911.