DPS: More People Have Died On Minnesota Roads So Far This Year Than During All Of 2019Despite fewer people driving on Minnesota roads this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Minnesota safety officials say more people have died in crashes so far this year than during all of 2019.
301 People Have Died On Minnesota Roads So Far This YearFatalities on Minnesota roads so far this year are comparable to 2018. 
Officials: Minnesota Traffic Deaths Increased 6% In 2018Officials say 381 people died on Minnesota roadways last year – a 6% increase from 2017.
There Have Been 100 Deaths On Minnesota Roads So Far This YearState officials say that 100 people have died on Minnesota roads so far this year.
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.
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.
Minnesota Traffic Deaths Rose In 2015Preliminary figures from the state Office of Traffic Safety show 396 people have died so far on Minnesota roads last year. That's up from 361 traffic fatalities for all of 2014.
DPS: After Deadly Weekend, Fatal Crashes Surpass 300 In MinnesotaIt was another deadly weekend on Minnesota roads, and state authorities said Monday that traffic deaths have gone over 300 for the year. There were least four fatal crashes in Minnesota over the weekend, putting the number of traffic deaths at 304 for 2015.
DPS: Traffic Deaths Up 21 Percent In 2015Traffic deaths are up 21 percent across Minnesota as we hit late July compared to this time last year, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. State officials said there have been 201 traffic deaths in the state so far in 2015, which includes at least two fatal crashes over the weekend.
DPS: 100 Minnesota Traffic Fatalities In 2015Minnesota reached a grim milestone Tuesday after two fatal crashes pushed the state's 2015 traffic fatality number to 100. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety's Office of Traffic Safety says a head-on crash killed two drivers in Carlton, and a roll-over crash in St. Louis County killed a man who was not wearing his seat belt.
DPS: Deadly Start To February On Minn. RoadsIn a deadly start to the month, 13 people have been killed in motor vehicle crashes on Minnesota roads, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.