St. Paul Among Cities Chosen In $42M Bloomberg InitiativeThirteen cities from Anchorage, Alaska, to Waco, Texas, are getting a hand from former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to make better use of data. Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Thursday its latest round of "What Works Cities" selections.
Jimmy John's Is The Latest To Be Hit With Data BreachPopular sandwich chain Jimmy John's seems to be the latest victim of a national data breach involving customers' credit and debit cards.
Man Killed In Mpls. Hit-&-Run ID'd; Reward Offered For InfoA Minneapolis man who was killed in a hit-and-run last week has been identified. Now, a reward has been offered for information leading to the suspect’s apprehension.
Police Set Up Tip Line, Seek Public's Help In Finding Kira TrevinoSt. Paul Police are seeking the public's help in finding the body of Kira Trevino. Anyone with information is urged to call 651-560-3277, as Kira has now been missing for seven days.
Esme's Blog: Who's Watching State Databases?The news that DNR manager John Hunt made 19,000 queries of private driver's license information is not only creepy, it raises serious concerns about how well the state is keeping our private information private.
Minn. Lawmakers Want Tighter Database SecurityA week after more than 5,000 Minnesotans found out that a Department of Natural Resources employee had looked up their driving or motor vehicle records, state lawmakers Wednesday announced their plan to curb abuse of databases.
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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.
Sony's Online Network Hacked, Gamers' Info CompromisedFor the last week, some video games have been unplugged --literally. Sony's PlayStation Network was hacked and, in turn, taken down last Wednesday. Now, Sony says key security information may have been stolen, some players are mad, and others are worried.
Much Of Information On Minn. Lawmakers Not PublicState Sen. Scott Newman found himself on the defensive earlier this year, explaining away an e-mail that suggested he would take revenge on his election opponent's supporters by refusing to meet with them.