Dan Browning | Star Tribune
Reporter | General assignment

Browning has a master's degree in International Journalism from the University of Southern California with an emphasis on Latin American studies, a master's in Journalism from the University of Oregon with an emphasis on legal affairs, and a bachelor's in Religious Studies from California State University-Chico, with an emphasis on Buddhism. His outside interests include jujutsu and Aikido, ballroom dancing and photography.

Red Wing residents, tribal members find common ground on bluff overlooking Lake Pepin

The majestic bluff overlooking Lake Pepin bridges two cultures.

Cold Spring sex assault victim to testify against Danny Heinrich decades after assault

Assaulted in 1989, he has sued man who killed Jacob Wetterling.

Lewiston's Daley Farm expanding its dairy operation

Feedlot issues remain, but family says it needs room to grow.

Officers, suspect identified in Sauk Centre standoff and shooting

Suspect held after standoff that led to lockdown of schools, officer's injury.

Former Hopkins mayoral candidate convicted of threatening federal judge

A former Hopkins mayoral candidate with a hot temper and a penchant for making foul threats was convicted Friday of threatening to kill a federal…

Dan Barnett, Normandale educator and administrator, dies at 82

Before Dan Barnett "retired" for the fourth and final time, he made sure his work would continue even after he was buried.

Can a new owner save Pipestone's Historic Calumet Inn?

With the windows falling off, the city came close to condemning it.

I-90 near Austin reopens after flooding from heavy rain in southern Minn.

Downpours have flooded streets in Rochester; a possible tornado was spotted near Albert Lea.

'Dying communities' in small-town Minn. find aid from federal grants

While the grants are just part of a mix of public assistance to rural communities across the state, they offer a financial boost to those struggling to hang on to residents and hoping to attract newcomers in an era when rural populations generally are declining.

Little Falls man guilty of killing 2 teens in home appeals conviction

Federal judge says Byron Smith's constitutional right to a public trial was denied, but rules that doing so did not violate federal law.