A man has pleaded guilty to charges in a Fargo-Moorhead child pornography case that was sparked by a lost cell phone. Thirty-two-year-old Dustin Muscha, of Moorhead, Minn., pleaded guilty in federal court in Fargo, N.D., to two charges of sexual exploitation of minors and two charges of possessing materials involving the sexual exploitation of minors.
An eighth grader is recovering at home Thursday night with second degree burns after his cell phone battery exploded in his pocket while at first period at Kellogg Middle School in Rochester, Minn.
Todd Hoffner is a free, after being cleared of criminal charges after he used his school-issued cell phone to record his children dancing naked.
Two workers spent much of Thursday evening trapped more than 100 feet up in a cell phone tower in Plymouth, Minn., after a harness malfunctioned, authorities said.
It is estimated Americans spend about 2.7 hours a day on cell phones. All that talking — and texting — can literally be a pain in the neck.
The head football coach at Minnesota State University-Mankato was charged Wednesday after police say three videos of young children were found on his cell phone.
Three of four Lakeville middle school students have pleaded guilty to charges in a case involving cell phone photos and privacy.
Senator Grassley…Can you hear me now? Vs. The Stella Sisters
It’s a crime wave happening around the country and it’s hitting the Twin Cities hard.
A man who was apparently trying to reach for his cell phone accidentally shot himself in the leg Wednesday afternoon.
To be clear: I’ve never tried to hack into anyone’s cell phone. Until James Wray sent in a Good Question asking: How secure are our cell phones?
Before takeoff and landing, we know it is coming: “ladies and gentleman, please turn off all electronic devices.” However, for many of us, it’s hard to believe that an iPod or a Kindle could really affect an airplane. So, why do we have to turn off electronics on take-off and landing?
An AT&T official says the company’s proposed merger with T-Mobile USA would improve technology in rural areas of the upper Midwest, but some residents and lawmakers remain skeptical.
A Minneapolis woman was sentenced to four years in prison for a March 18,2010 crash that killed an infant.
Minnesota is in the middle of the pack when it comes to abandoning landline telephones in favor of cell phones.