A Wahpeton man has pleaded guilty to distributing child pornography from his collection of more than 75,000 images and nearly 1,900 videos.
A Houston-area man must serve nearly 20 years in prison for enticing a 9-year-old Minnesota girl he met online into posing nude and email him the photo.
The Coon Rapids man accused of videotaping young boys while changing clothes at Twin Cities YMCAs was arrested by University of Minnesota police on Thursday for allegedly videotaping boys urinating at Mariucci Arena, too, authorities say.
A 53-year-old Coon Rapids man has been charged with allegedly taking pictures of young boys while they were changing at area YMCAs in the north Twin Cities metro, according to the Anoka County Attorney’s Office.
A 39-year-old Minnesota House worker and former candidate for Ramsey County Commissioner has been found guilty on 12 counts of possessing child pornography.
A 44-year-old Big Lake man is accused of possessing large amounts of child pornography on devices at his home dating back to June of 2011, according to charges filed Wednesday.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say a photo taken at a resort in west-central Minnesota helped them solve a child pornography case and rescue a girl from her abuser.
Minnesota State University, Mankato, head football coach Todd Hoffner, who was cleared of child pornography charges last month that stemmed from videos found on his cellphone of his naked children clowning around after a bath, is suing to keep the police investigative reports sealed.
Even though he’s been cleared of child pornography charges, MSU-Mankato’s football coach still faces a suspension.
A 31-year-old northern Iowa man who took two boys across state lines to molest them has been given life in prison.
A Texan has pleaded guilty to enticing a 9-year-old Minnesota girl he met online into posing nude and emailing him the photo.
It’s been a season of heartbreak and hope, adversity and achievement, stunning in both the worst and best of ways. And it’s not over yet for Minnesota State, Mankato.
Several years ago on vacation in New York I stopped to pick up some prints at a photo store.
A Minnesota judge on Friday dismissed child pornography charges against a college football coach accused of making pornographic videos of his children.
Doug Hood is a Mankato businessman, and a friend of Todd Hoffner. “We are elated,” Hood said.