CAPITOL CHATTER They get a charge out of their cars
Car companies have announced plans to make electronic vehicles more available during the next couple years.
Now environmental and electronic auto industry officials want Minnesota to make sure those w... Posted on 4/7/10 at 2:09 AM
ST. PAUL -- The news release begged the question: Why spend up to $40 million on roadway congestion relief in the Twin Cities and only up to $5 million on improving safety of rural roads, where 70 percent of traffic fatalities occur?
The 53-year-old female pedestrian struck and killed by a man driving a semi-trailer south on Interstate 35 Wednesday had stepped out of her vehicle and into traffic, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
ST. PAUL — Following one of the deadliest Memorial Day holiday weekends ever, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reinforcing the need for motorists to drive belted, safe and sober during the Independence Day weekend.
ST. PAUL – Katie Sieben sat behind the wheel of a shiny new car, looking ahead to a traffic light.
"So I'm going to accelerate going up to the light?" she asked Todd Cook, teaching the Minnesota state senator about environmentally friendly driving.
It’s the oldest gag in the book – someone steps up to you and slaps you heartily on the back, but instead of extending a gesture of friendship, they’re actually pasting a sign on your back that says, “Go ahead and kick me!”
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