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Metro transit has $72.3M worth of plans to improve bus service

Metro Transit has some big plans to improve local and express bus service in the Twin Cities, which would cost an estimated $72.3 million over the next 10 to 15 years. Metro Transit is asking the...

October 29, 2014

Relief in St. Paul as repairs to 11 of the 'Terrible 20' roads are completed

St Paul has “turned an important corner” following the completion of repaving work on 11 of the city’s so-called “Terrible 20″ roads, the mayor said. In a bid to bring...

October 22, 2014

Under The Radar

How the unlikeliest airline in America may finally be finding clear air after 15 years of turbulence.

October 21, 2014

12 Pilots And Two Flight Attendants

The Sun Country Story

October 21, 2014

TSA agents at MSP Airport hospitalized after unknown odor reported

A mysterious odor reported Friday at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport sent seven Transportation Security Administration agents to Hennepin County Medical Center in downtown...

October 17, 2014

Cobbled together: Historic Minneapolis street makes 'prettiest' list

Minnesota may not be home to the oldest streets in the U.S., but a cobblestone street that has the “Old World feel” was named one of the prettiest, most Instagram-worthy roads in the...

October 16, 2014

Free fallin': Cheaper gas prices expected to continue plummeting

Gas prices in Minnesota and around the country keep dropping as world oil prices have dipped to the lowest levels in years – and prices are expected to continue their decline in the coming weeks...

October 14, 2014

All aboard: Metro Green Line ridership tops 1 million in September

The Metro Green Line light rail train, which connects downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, had its highest monthly ridership to date in September. Metro Transit says there were 1,063,512 rides taken...

October 14, 2014

MDH: 20 people in Minnesota who feared they had Ebola cleared

An official with the Minnesota Department of Health says nearly two dozen people in Minnesota have come forth thinking they had Ebola. MDH Director of Infectious Diseases Kris Ehresmann tells FOX 9...

October 14, 2014

MnDOT to use different terms to describe bad road conditions

Come winter time, it should be easier to figure out just exactly how bad the roads are in Minnesota. The state Department of Transportation is changing the terms it uses to describe winter road...

October 11, 2014

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