Minnesotans are being asked to slow down following a spike in traffic deaths.   Public safety officials say drivers are becoming ‘extreme speeders’ and traveling up to 100 miles-per-hour, causing the fatal accidents. According to reports, there have been 83 traffic deaths in the Gopher State this year and 33 were due to speeding. State officials say they’re partnering with law enforcement agencies from across the state to help patrol the highways and stop extreme speeders.