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Mpls. to Vote on New Conditions for Pedal Pubs

The city of Minneapolis is about to crack down on pedal pubs once again, after more than three dozen complaints about the bars-on-wheels last year. But the company says they're already taking the steps to improve behavior and safety.

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Wildfire Causing Hazy Sky in Twin Cities

Pushed by howling, erratic winds, a massive wildfire in north-central Washington State has been growing rapidly and burning in new directions.

The winds have also carried smoke from the fire across the county. The result is a foggy haze, which could be seen in the Minnesota sky over the weekend.

Crash Temporarily Backs Up Traffic on I-94 in Rogers

A car crash could be seen backing up traffic on Interstate 94 in Rogers Sunday afternoon.

The incident happened on westbound I-94 near Highway 101 around 12:30 p.m.

Several first responders, including two ambulances, surrounded the crash site, according to the Minnesota Department of Transportation traffic cameras.

Cone Zone Report: I-494 Project in Plymouth Begins Monday

Exciting news for drivers in the Twin Cities' west metro.

A project that adds a third lane to Interstate 494 from the Fish Lake Interchange to Highway 55 begins Monday.

During the first phase of the project, motorists can expect nighttime and weekend lane closures. On Monday, crews will begin working near the County Road 47 and Schmidt Lake Road bridges in Plymouth.

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INTERVIEW: Become a Minnesota State Trooper

If you're looking for a new career and you want something exciting and challenging, how about becoming a Minnesota State trooper?

The state patrol is currently looking for some new candidates to join the team.

KSTP sat down with Captain Lori Hodapp to talk about who the state patrol looking for and to tell us all about the perks of the job.

Young Hawk Safe with Help of Mpls. Woman

Minnesotans take care of their own, and that includes wildlife.

A young hawk found in Minneapolis on Saturday afternoon is safe in part because of a woman's compassion.

The woman lives along Stinson Boulevard in northeast Minneapolis. She says she saw a young, injured hawk in the middle of traffic.

INTERVIEW: 'Best Days of the Bakken' Free Events

The Bakken Museum and Library in Minneapolis is hosting several free events this week.