Top U.S. Leaders To Honor Former VP Walter Mondale In WashingtonSome of the country's top leaders are set to honor former Vice President Walter Mondale. The event takes place in Washington next week, and will include former President Jimmy Carter and Vice President Joe Biden.
Expert: Upgrades Needed At Nursing Rooms In Most Twin Cities StadiumsThey are meant to be a private space for breast-feeding mothers to feed their babies or pump milk for later, but some believe Minnesota's major arenas and stadiums should make some changes to their mothers rooms. Taking in the last warm days has become especially important to the Molly Fyten this year.
Minneapolis Police Dept. Holds Public Hearing On Body CamerasBefore rolling out their body camera program, Minneapolis Police are looking for input from the public. The department met with concerned citizens at the University of Minnesota Saturday.
U.S. Lawmakers Working Long Hours To Extend Key Patriot Act ProvisionsUnited States Senators worked late Friday night and into Saturday morning, but failed to work out a deal on government surveillance programs.
Sen. Franken Introduces Bill To Protect Phone DataSince it was revealed that the National Security Administration collects phone data from millions of Americans, several bills have been introduced to address that issue. Minnesota Sen. Al Franken introduced the USA Freedom Act in the Senate Thursday.
Good Question: What Does Google Know About You?Earlier this year, Google quietly introduced a new feature that may raise some eyebrows. The mega search engine announced that you can now download your entire search history. As long as you've been logged in, Google has saved each and every search.
Tanning Salon Employee Accused Of Videotaping CustomersA Twin Cities man is charged with violating a cherished right: privacy. Police arrested the 30-year-old Jake Lindbeck of Blaine after investigators discovered he allegedly had secretly recorded women who were getting ready to tan at the Paradise Tan and Tone in Circle Pines.
Bill Seeks To Keep Police Body Cam Footage PrivateBody cameras are quickly becoming part of the uniform for several police forces across the country and in Minnesota. But there is some concern about what should happen to all the video.
Judge Rejects Farm Groups' Lawsuit To Keep EPA Data PrivateA federal judge has rejected a lawsuit by two major farm groups that sought to block the release of data on large livestock farms in Minnesota and Iowa.
Lawmakers Renew Push To Regulate License Plate ReadersMinnesota lawmakers are restarting a two-year-long push to set rules for how law enforcement agencies use automated license plate readers. The cameras are usually mounted on squad cars, logging car locations into a database. Police say they help track down stolen cars and aid in investigations.
Lawmakers Debate Police Use Of License Plate ReadersMinnesota lawmakers opened hearings Thursday on a bill to regulate how long police can keep computer images of your car and license plate. Police store tens of thousands of those images -- even if you haven't committed a crime.
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.