A mother says hackers from another country have been gaining access to their home's nanny cam.The family told KTTC-TV they first noticed the problem when they heard music coming from the baby's room."We were sleeping in bed, and basically heard some music coming from the nursery, but then when we went into the room the music turned off," said the child's mother, who wishes to remain anonymous. - A little known legal loophole is allowing hundreds of child sexual predators in Minnesota to slide under the radar, leaving parents in the dark about the danger they may pose.Records obtained by KARE 11 reveal that admitted child molesters, rapists, and people who’ve been caught with child pornography are not on Minnesota’s sex offender registry or the state’s public online courts database.Joe Mauer might be the next at-bat, but Jesse Marquette has your undivided attention.
Spectators can’t help but wonder: How will chosen couples react? “We’re always watching, and we will find you,” Marquette said.That’s why teams, including the Minnesota Twins, are continually looking for ways to keep the ballpark experience fresh.Behind the 80-second scoreboard skit that coaxes people to pucker up are Marquette, the scoreboard director, and others on the Twins production team.Finch, aka The Handy Dandy Man, was sentenced in January to four years in prison for sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl who lived in a house her family rented from him.The child’s family would discover too late that she was not Finch’s first victim.“He turned out to be a child molester,” said the girl’s grandmother.