State Patrol, Law Enforcement Cracking Down On SpeedingLaw enforcement from 300 Minnesota agencies have started a speeding enforcement campaign that runs through July 23.
Minnesota Highway Deaths Up Over 100 In 2017The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says more than 100 people have died on state roadways this year.
Good Question: What's Different About REAL ID?Minnesotans will need a higher-security driver's license to board planes starting next year.
Road Fatalities Near 400 In 2016The number of road fatalities in 2016 is quickly approaching 400, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.
Extra DWI Enforcement For Holiday Season BeginsStarting Wednesday, and continuing through Dec. 30, the Department of Public Safety said more than 300 law enforcement agencies will be putting extra officers on the road.
DPS: 39 Personalized License Plates RevokedThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety has flagged almost 50 personalized license plates for further review due to their possibly offensive nature -- and moved to revoke 39 of them.
Report Shows Minnesota Traffic Deaths Rose 14 Percent In 2015Numbers released Thursday show there were 411 deaths on Minnesota roads last year, up 14 percent from 2014.
Law Enforcement Cracking Down On Distracted Driving Next WeekPolice agencies across Minnesota will be cracking down on distracted driving with a campaign that launches Monday.
Minnesota DPS Releases Anti-Muslim License Plate ApplicationLast week, St. Cloud resident discovered the license plate and posted a photo online, which soon spread.
Minnesota DPS Revokes Anti-Muslim License Plate, Deemed OffensiveMinnesota's governor ordered the state to take back a license plate he called offensive on Monday. The plate had the letter 'F' before an apparent abbreviation for 'Muslims.'
As Fatal Crashes Rise, Tow Truck Driver Warns Motorists To Slow DownThis year has gotten off to a dangerous start on the roads. The Department of Public Safety says as of Friday, preliminary numbers show 36 people have died on Minnesota roadways in 2016.
Minnesota To Award Programs $250K To Prevent Terror RecruitingThe Department of Public Safety will soon start the process of awarding $250,000 to programs designed to combat terror recruiting in Minnesota.
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.
Meet The State Capitol's New 4-Legged Security GuardThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety is ramping up protection at the State Capitol by adding a four-legged, bomb-sniffing security officer. The State Capitol Security introduced Matka to the media on Monday. She is a 1-and-a-half–year-old Hungarian Vizsla who recently completed a 10-week training course in explosives detection.
Dayton, GOP Clash Over Driver's License Upgrade TimelineGov. Mark Dayton and House Republicans are clashing over how quickly to handle a dispute with the federal government over driver's licenses, complicating a key issue in a possible special session and potentially sowing further doubt about state residents' ability to board domestic flights.