'Stay On The Road': City Officials Remind Motorized Scooter Users To Abide By RulesIt's the hippest way to get around the Twin Cities, and it's getting more popular by the day. There are more than 75,000 people who use motorized scooters and the numbers are growing.
St. Paul Asks Company To Get Electric Scooters Off SidewalksThe city of Saint Paul is asking a California-based company to get electric scooters off their sidewalks.
Late Winter Has City Crews Behind On Pothole RepairsPotholes are always a problem in the Twin Cities, but not usually this late into spring.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Tow 1,300+ Vehicles In Snow EmergencyHundreds of Twin Cities drivers are ending the year with a little less money in their pockets. Minneapolis officials say 670 vehicles were towed in Minneapolis alone after Tuesday night's snow emergency, while St. Paul towed over 700. Minneapolis and St. Paul combined issued thousands of parking citations.
St. Paul Meter Enforcement Suspended For One Day SaturdayIf you were thinking about heading to St. Paul this weekend, Saturday is the day to do it! St. Paul Public Works announced that enforcement of all meters in the city will be suspended for 24 hours on Saturday, January 2, 2016.
Sewer Failure Closes Intersection In St. PaulCity officials said due to a sanitary sewer line collapse, the area near the intersection of Phalen Boulevard and Johnson Parkway in St. Paul is closed until further notice. Officials said the intersection will likely be closed for several days as crews work to make repairs and clean up the area.