Mpls. Police To Combat Gun Violence With State-Of-The-Art Ballistic MachineMinneapolis police are going high-tech in the fight against crime. A new initiative to stop gun violence in north Minneapolis includes a machine that looks like it's right out of CSI. It's called the IBIS and it analyzes and compares firearm related evidence stored in a database.
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What Metro Area City Tickets Speeders More Than Others?On average, nearly 120,000 people are ticketed for speeding in the seven-county metro area each year. We spent months crunching the numbers and discovered your chance of getting caught varies greatly from city to city.
Infant Deaths In Child Care Down In Minn., Report ShowsMinnesota human services officials say the number of infant deaths in child care settings has dropped significantly this year.
Audit To Examine Driver's License Database Access Details about the security of and access to Minnesota driver's license information are likely to be among the findings in a new state audit.
Mike Max WCCO Monday Sports Report Mike Max joined John Hines on the WCCO Morning News with a wrap-up of a busy sports weekend.
Carriers Look To Make Stealing Cell Phones UselessIf you're unlucky enough to have your cell phone stolen, a new database will make your phone useless to thieves.
Sen. Limmer Asks For Details Of Possible Database AbuseA powerful state senator says hundreds of police officers may have abused their power. The officers used a state database to look up personal information on just one woman.
Officers Investigated For Possible Database MisuseThe Minnesota Department of Public Safety has asked 18 law enforcement agencies to investigate possible misuse of its Driver and Vehicle Services database.