Judge Reprimanded For Facebook Posts About CasesThe Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards has reprimanded a senior judge for his postings on Facebook about cases over which he was presiding, including one which resulted in a vacated verdict.
How A 1-Year-Old Weather Story Went Viral, And Sent Minnesotans Into A Snow FrenzyOn Wednesday morning, thousands of Minnesotans logged on to Facebook to some disturbing (or maybe exciting) news: a huge snow storm was headed our way. There was just one problem: The story was from last year.
4 Things To Know: Fast Food Workers Strike, Bad Weather Vs. Stock Market & MoreFrom a national fast food workers' strike that includes Minneapolis to POTUS joining Facebook, here are the four stories to know for Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Best Minnesota Photographers To Follow On InstagramInstagram is a splendid vehicle for discovering talented artists, connecting with them and enjoying the beauty of their art.
4 Things To Know: Students Feel Bored, Funeral For Fallen OfficerThese are the four stories from Friday, Oct. 23 you need to know about. They include a study about students' head space during class, and a big holiday shopping announcement from Best Buy.
Cloquet Teen Stopped By Police After Possible School Threat On FacebookA 13-year-old Cloquet girl was questioned by police after writing a threatening post on Facebook that turned out to be lyrics from a rap song. The St. Louis County Sheriff's Office says someone reported the potential threat against South Ridge School to Fond Du Lac police.
Outrage Erupts Online After Police Officer Refused Service At Milaca Hardee'sPeople sounded off on social media, outraged after a cook at a fast food restaurant refused to make food for a police officer. Milaca police officer Jackie Minks posted on Facebook about what happened Tuesday at the local Hardee's.
Embattled Columbia Heights School Board Member Officially ResignsThe Columbia Heights School Board accepted the resignation of a member accused of putting a controversial comment on Facebook. Grant Nichols maintains he did not write the post about the sanitary habits of Muslims, but he did take responsibility for his page.
After A Tough Year, Birthday Cards Pour In For Shakopee Boy With AutismA Shakopee mom, hoping to do something special for her son's golden birthday, got way more than she bargained for. Jennifer Smart said her son Lucas has severe autism, and until this year he had never had a birthday party with other kids.
How To Start Your Own Travel BlogFive helpful tips to help you get started on creating your own travel blog
Good Question: What Are Our Social Media Privacy Rights?On Monday, many Facebook users may have updated their statuses with messages about what information can and can't be shared.
Deputy's Facebook Comment Results In 1-Day SuspensionA Clay County sheriff's deputy has been disciplined for a comment he made on social media. KFGO-AM reports Detective Jason Hicks was given a one-day unpaid suspension. Hicks wrote on Facebook that somebody should have "stomped his guts out" when referring to a man who was seen taking pictures of swimmers at Island Park Pool in Fargo, North Dakota, in July.