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Here's the plan to get the grounded freighter off the bottom of Lake Superior

A freighter from Duluth ran aground in Lake Superior on Friday, and now there’s a plan in place to get the ship off of the bottom of the lake. The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed to BringMeTheNews...

June 01, 2016

Stealth Train

Stealth Train

Is a proposal to build a 200 MPH railway from the metro area to Rochester with $4 billion in private capital too good to be true?

May 27, 2016

Twin Ports

The Twin Ports Have Open Capacity

After a double-digit drop in tonnage at the Duluth-Superior Port in 2015, the port’s leaders envision a growth strategy based on its Great Lakes location.

May 27, 2016

Nicollet Mall

What's With Nicollet Mall's Long Construction Timeline?

The $50 million construction project won't be finished until later in 2017.

May 27, 2016

Rep. Tim Kelly

How A Transportation Deal Didn't Get Done At The Legislature

GOP Rep. Tim Kelly thought he had a workable plan to solve Minnesota's long-term transportation-funding crisis. So why didn't it even come up for a vote?

May 26, 2016

Delta's sending 40 more workers to MSP to help shorten security lines

Delta Airlines is sending extra employees to the Twin Cities airport – hoping they can help shorten the notoriously long security lines during the busy summer travel season. In announcing plans to...

May 23, 2016

Lawsuit: Light Rail line that doesn't exist yet will be too loud

Is the Green Line light rail extension too loud? One lawsuit is arguing yes – even though it doesn’t exist yet, and still doesn’t have funding. The federal suit over the Southwest Light...

May 19, 2016

What's that we hear? Some of MSP Airport's loudest planes are retiring

If you live near the airport’s flight path, chances are you’ve heard the roar of planes soaring over your house. Last summer, there were 12,000 noise complaints around the airport in...

May 17, 2016

License Plate

If MN Raises Tab Fees For Transportation, How Does It Work And Who Pays?

Everything you ever wanted to know about the policy — and politics — of Minnesota's vehicle tab fees.

May 17, 2016

Let's make a deal: Will lawmakers finally agree on how to pay for road and bridges fixes?

Hoping lawmakers can finally come to an agreement, Gov. Mark Dayton Monday outlined two proposals to fund the state’s failing roads and bridges. Both Republicans and Democrats have said...

May 16, 2016

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