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Good Samaritan Helps Rescue Bus Driver from Fiery Crash in Roseville

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A driver was rescued by a good Samaritan after a four-vehicle crash sparked a massive fire during the Friday morning commute.

The crash happened around 6:30 a.m. Friday on northbound I-35W at Highway 36. The Roseville Fire Chief says four vehicles were involved: a Metro Mobility bus, a semi-truck, a van and a box truck.

2nd Burglary this Week Reported on Pike Lake Drive in New Brighton

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A second burglary in the past week was reported in the area of Pike Lake Drive in New Brighton.

Woman Killed in St. Paul Motor Scooter Crash was Local Singer

St. Paul police have identified the woman killed while riding a motor scooter Thursday morning as 39-year-old Kimberly Stevenson.

Stevenson was killed after colliding with a car in St. Paul.

St. Paul police say Stevenson was driving southbound on Lexington Parkway North, and the car was driving northbound. The crash happened just north of Estabrook Drive, police say.

Larpenteur Ave. Bridge Reopens to Traffic Wednesday

Workers are putting the finishing touches on a St. Paul bridge, which should be open to traffic by Wednesday night.

It took crews two nights, earlier this month, to install the new Larpenteur Avenue Bridge over Interstate 35E. Crews had closed Interstate 35E in both directions between Wheelock Parkway and Larpenteur Avenue July 9 and 10.

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St. Paul Mayor Considers Traffic Light Changes to Speed up Green Line Ride

St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman says he's open to ideas to speed it up the light rail trip between the Twin Cities.

Metro Transit says the trip takes 53 minutes on average between downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul, which is five minutes longer than initially predicted.

Right now, traffic lights are synchronized to keep traffic flowing as efficiently as possible.

BBB Urges Participants to Read Fine Print When Signing up for 'Fun Runs'

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The Better Business Bureau is urging runners to read the fine print before handing over their money to take part in a "fun run."

The BBB put out the warning Thursday after getting a lot of complaints about some runs, which were canceled on short notice and no refunds were offered.

Regions to Put Mini EEG Machines in 6 Ambulances

Beginning in September, Regions Hospital will be one of the first in the country to start taking "mini EEG" machines on the road in some of its ambulances.

The machines are designed to monitor brain activity in cardiac arrest patients, allowing paramedics to know if the patient is still responsive.