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It was meant to be a day full of food and fun, but the inaugural Minneapolis “Food Truck Fair” made quite a few people upset.
A 22-year-old man has been charged with a felony for robbing a man who came to an Apple Valley apartment expecting to pay for sexual services.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
Three Minnesota campaigns are expressing outrage Wednesday after their campaign Facebook sites were hacked.
Wisconsin elections officials are reminding voters that posting photos of completed ballots on Facebook or Twitter is illegal — but high-ranking members of both political parties apparently missed the memo.
CBS News business reporter Rebecca Jarvis joined Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News Thursday
Dave Lee talked with CBS News business reporter Rebecca Jarvis on Thursday morning about the Facebook IPO and other Wall Street topics.
Facebook boosted the size of its initial public offering by as much as $3 billion on Wednesday as some major stockholders sharply increased the number of shares they intend to sell as part of Friday’s IPO.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar is cracking down on a topic that caused outrage on social media sites recently. Klobuchar is planning to co-sponsor a federal bill that would prohibit employers from asking for Facebook passwords.
You can now let your friends on Facebook know if you’re an organ donor. The change should help the chances of thousands of people waiting for an organ.
Remember when the best way to complain to a company was with paper and pen, or maybe a typewriter? Not anymore. Now, we send emails, fill out web forms, and complain even more publicly on social networks, like Facebook and Twitter.
A Twin Cities expert on social media takes issue with the actions of a private school in New York that penalized students for using Facebook.
Two Twin Cities women are accused of stealing several Coach purses from retail stores, then having a friend offer them up for sale on the social media site Facebook, according to court documents filed Friday in Hennepin County Court.
Minnesota lawmakers are joining a sudden move to block employers from asking applicants for their passwords to social networking sites. The Associated Press reported earlier this month that some public and private employers were seeking the passwords as a way to find out more information about their applicants.
The American Civil Liberties Union sued Minnewaska Area Schools and Pope County officials Tuesday, claiming they violated a middle school student’s constitutional rights in two incidents involving Facebook.
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A 23-year-old Roseville, Minn. man was arrested Monday night after posting a message of Facebook that led to a seven-hour standoff.
A Twin Cities neighborhood is safe after a Facebook post led to a seven-hour standoff Monday.
Three sisters from Plymouth, Minn., have raised nearly $4,000 for the homeless by sleeping outside in a box since November, their mother said.
A social media expert whose disappearance on Tuesday had a lot of people worried has been found in Wisconsin.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is involved in the search for a missing Twin Cities man whose disappearance has already drawn a big reaction online.
Didn’t get the job you really wanted and worked hard to get? You might be able to blame it on your social network score.
Cleaning the bathroom, making bag lunches and shoveling the sidewalk, they’re all tedious tasks. But now if you’re looking for help, you can pay someone else to do those chores with the click of a mouse. You even pick how much those jobs are worth.
Police arrested a Brooklyn Park man after he allegedly posted a Facebook picture of himself standing on a squad car.