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Karen Zamora is a Southern California native who joined the paper in 2014 after graduating from Texas State University in San Marcos. Previously, Zamora interned in the Star Tribune's features department, at the San Antonio Express-News and with NPR's "All Things Considered."

Ex-UMD women's hockey coach wins discrimination case, $3.7M award

Shannon Miller will receive monetary awards for lost wages and emotional distress.

Minneapolis Park Board to celebrate Annie Young at newly named park

The late Annie Young will be honored on Saturday.

Fired Minnesota IT leader says system's problems go much deeper

Paul Meekin, who was key in developing Minnesota's troubled multimillion dollar computer system for vehicle licensing, said he is considering legal options.

Edina's Young Conservatives Club reinstated after suit

An American flag is now hanging in every classroom at Edina High School as part of what the club is calling a victory in its federal lawsuit against the district.

Chisago County commissioner charged in fatal wrong-way crash on I-35

Charges against Lora Walker say she failed to report serious problems with diabetes management.

State trooper injured after crash, fight with motorist in St. Paul

A citizen stepped in on the I-35E shoulder and helped restrain the woman, the patrol said.

Cloquet, Minn., girl arrested over social media threats aimed at schools

Police found an Airsoft pistol at the girl's home.

Delayed storm packed a punch for when it finally arrived

About 6 to 10 inches fell in the southwest metro. Hundreds of accidents were reported with dozens of injuries.

Three arrested after weapons found in Vadnais Heights home

Boy, 13, and parents arrested after threat leads to search of Vadnais Heights home.

Layoffs looming after lawmakers decline $10M for MNLARS fixes

The Minnesota House voted down a DFL request for the money for the state's licensing and vehicle registration system.