With the hands-free law now in effect in Minnesota, drivers are wondering if it also applies to them when operating other vehicles, or on private land.
The Minnesota State Patrol says they have stopped more than 1,600 motorists between August 1 – 24 for violating the hands-free cell phone law.
Minnesota House Democrats are hitting the road for a series of town halls on how the state should go about legalizing recreational marijuana
Labor Day weekend is upon us, and transportation officials want those who are traveling to be aware of some construction projects in our area.
The governor, ordering state agencies to prepare to legalize recreational marijuana next year if passed in the legislature.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services says it must repay the federal government an estimated $48 million that it paid to ineligible chemical dependency treatment providers.
A top leader at Minnesota’s largest state agency has resigned for a second time, just weeks after she rescinded her original resignation
Republican Jason Lewis is headed to the Minnesota State Fair amid speculation that he will announce a run for Senate
Hunters who harvest grouse in northern Minnesota are being asked by the DNR to submit birds on a volunteer basis in order for researchers to test for West Nile virus.
Minnesota’s film and TV production incentive program is changing after questions were raised about past awards, including $267,000 for Jimmy Fallon’s “Tonight Show.”
Changes in the configuration of security checkpoint lanes at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport led to long wait times for some travelers.