After jobs in Illinois and upstate New York in business and metro news as well as features, Roberts moved to Apple Valley at the end of 2014 with her journalist husband and their two sons and has enjoyed exploring Minnesota, from the giant ball of twine to Lake Pepin, Twin Cities landmarks, town baseball and the Twins. Find her on Instagram at @cathy_robertsstrib.
Edina outlasted Brainerd/Little Falls 4-3 in double overtime as the Hornets' Olivia Swaim and the Warriors' Olivia King played starring roles.
From the first puck drop Wednesday at 7 p.m., to the end of Friday night's games – all eight of the Class 2A boys state tournament teams will be determined in section championship games coursing with intensity.
Van Oot covered state and national politics for more than a decade, contributing to outlets ranging from The Sacramento Bee to InStyle to The Washington Post. When she's not writing and tweeting about politics, Van Oot enjoys running, getting outdoors and checking out Minnesota's many craft breweries. She's told she has terrible taste in TV. Van Oot, who grew up in Vermont, lives in Minneapolis with her husband and a sweet but poorly behaved golden retriever.
Raised in the Pacific Northwest, Emmel-Duke moved to Minnesota in 2008 and completed a bachelor's in journalism at the University of Minnesota in 2017. He has worked in special education, catering, digital publishing and marketing, and beekeeping.
Boone attended Indiana University where she majored in journalism with a focus on graphic design. Outside of work, she can be found gardening at her community plot, hammocking in Loring Park or exploring new corners of Minneapolis by bike.
A native of St. Joseph, Minn., Kuebelbeck and her husband have two daughters and live in St. Paul. She graduated from the College of St. Benedict and has a master's degree in journalism from the University of Minnesota. She has written two books related to the topics of prenatal diagnosis and palliative care, has been a copy editor for Better Homes & Gardens Special Interest Media, and also coordinates liturgical music for a church in St. Paul and plays piano and guitar. She and her husband, a journalism professor, recently spent a semester living in Prague.
Davis grew up in St. Louis Park and currently lives in the North Loop with his wife and golden retriever, Kirby. He also continues to teach at the Missouri School of Journalism, his alma mater.
A Cincinnati native and graduate of Ohio University, Mukherjee previously worked on the graphics team at the San Francisco Chronicle and the watchdog team at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
A Wisconsin native, Pearson has covered everything from immigration to cops and courts to lifestyle news.
Hutton was previously the editor of Minnesota Monthly and Midwest Home magazines and City Pages' food critic. She has written frequently about restaurants, travel, and design and enjoys profiling interesting people. A Minnesota native, Hutton returned home after stints in the Bay Area and New York City and has traveled the state extensively, from the Spring Grove Soda factory near the Iowa border to the Northwest Angle, which pokes into the Canadian one. She has a degree in product design from Stanford and co-edited an essay collection about life "before the mortgage" prior to settling in the Twin Cities.
Stanley is a native of Milwaukee and loves the outdoors. He graduated from St. Norbert College with a degree in English.
Latest Sack Cartoon
Turned out Denver Post columnist Mark Kiszla wasn't agitating as much as he was forecasting.
Hughlett has primarily covered economics, business and workplace issues for 32 years at five newspapers. He grew up in Brooklyn Center.
Dave Denney is an assigning editor and photo editor at the Star Tribune. Previously, he worked as a business and features photo editor here. Denney came to the StarTribune in 1996 after working at several Colorado newspapers including the Rocky Mountain News and Denver Post. He's a graduate of Ohio University.
Rao wrote for The Press of Atlantic City and The Philadelphia Inquirer before moving to Minnesota in January 2012.