A Minnesota non-profit is leading a unique effort to help veterans recover from severe injuries. Tim Bartz and his wife, Kim, started iWarriors in 2010 with a simple $400 gift. Four years later, it’s grown into a $100,000 operation,
First-of-its-kind research from the University of Minnesota is helping explain why iPad users may experience motion sickness while using the device for an extended period of time.
University of Minnesota students have more than just finals to worry about this week. An armed robbery happened in broad daylight right near campus Wednesday on 14th Avenue Southeast and Sixth Street Southeast in Dinkytown – the latest in a string of robberies at or near the University. Police say a female student was walking to class around 9:30 a.m. when a man approached her, showed her a gun and then took her backpack. Her wallet, iPhone and iPad were all inside.
A blind preschool teacher whose iPad was stolen on a bus got a new one thanks to a WCCO-TV viewer. WCCO reported on Jordan Richardson’s story last week. He uses his iPad to read out loud to him.
On Monday nights throughout December, WCCO is going back to visit people whose stories touched us this past year. With generous support from our friends at Slumberland and Pandora Jewelry, it’s our hope to make Christmas unforgettable for these families. In this week’s “Season of Hope,” we go back to Litchfield High School. In April, we introduced you to two girls who invited boys from their special education program to senior prom.
New designs and local chefs at the Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport caught the attention of an airport industry group, which named our airport the Best Food & Beverage Program not just in the country, but in all of North America.
Check out this great video of a little boy who though he bought a $50,000 Mustang on Ebay.
Eight-year-old Lexi Dietz stole our hearts when we told her story a couple months ago.
About a year ago, a pair of brothers in Haiti told a St. Paul couple that gave them an opportunity for adoption that they wanted their younger sibling to have a home first.
Apple’s tablet will soon be an everyday necessity for students in Farmington schools. By the end of the school year, the district will provide an iPad2 or iPad Mini to all of its 7,330 students and their teachers.
Just about every day, someone like Jordan Kuusisto walks into First Tech with an old iPad and walks out with a brand-new one.
There’s one small Twin Cities company off to a blazing fast start by being the first to market disposable iPad sleeves. The idea for Chef Sleeve was born in the kitchen.
Anyone who owns an Apple product can go to the Apple store and use the Genius Bar for help. Now a Genius Bar is available at Hopkins’ North Junior High School, where the 7th graders just got iPads.
Technology has become a big part of the classroom, and at a couple of schools this year it will be the center of attention.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.