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.
Bayfront Festival Park officials estimate nearly 10,000 people attended Thursday’s Fourth Fest celebration for music, the fireworks display, and more.
Citing a fuel shortage in the state of Minnesota, Gov. Tim Walz has issued an emergency executive order that lifts some restrictions for drivers of commercial vehicles who are providing direct assistance to relief efforts by delivering gasoline, diesel fuel or fuel oil.
Authorities say stepping in to save a life could put your own life at risk; however, if you find up in a similar situation as the Good Samaritans on Little Grand Lake, they have some tips on how you can safely help someone out of the water.
The people who run vehicle licensing offices around Minnesota will be getting a state check soon.
The start of a new month means new laws are now in effect in Minnesota.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in saying officers can draw blood when a motorist, suspected of impaired driving is unconscious.
Strong storms swept through Minnesota and Wisconsin Thursday afternoon, and Mother Nature put on quite a show.
With the hands-free cell phone law taking effect August 1, motorists have been reaching out to the Department of Public Safety in Minnesota with many frequently asked questions.
We now know when two retail locations will be closing their doors for good in the region.
There may be new rules coming to schools in Minnesota about how they can identify students who can’t afford meals.