Karen Zamora | Star Tribune
Reporter | Night desk

Previously, Zamora interned in the Star Tribune's features department, at the San Antonio Express-News and with NPR's "All Things Considered."


After a golden day in Minnesota, cooler weather lies ahead

Friday promises sunshine, but a brisk wind, rain and maybe snow will follow.


Interim Minneapolis Park Board superintendent proposes $120.1 million budget for 2019

Property tax hike, overdose plan, new focus on youth programming part of plan.


Gov. Dayton resting at Mayo after a second back operation

Surgeries were similar to ones governor underwent in 2012 and 2015.


Zebra mussels found in three more Minnesota lakes

The mollusks turned up as equipment was removed from lakes for the season.


Scream Town reopens after deal with Carver County

Visitors were greeted by a sign that read, "All are welcomed here."


Carver County briefly shuts down Halloween haunt Scream Town

Carver County administrator promised enforcement action if Halloween attraction violates stop order.


Water use is targeted in state sustainability report

Update on sustainability finds progress in cutting emissions and waste.


Popular Scream Town apologizes for targeting Somali customers

The owner wrote a public apology on Scream Town's Facebook page saying safety is a top priority and the first post "seemed to generalize."


Man running across tracks fatally struck by Green Line train in St. Paul

The man and a friend were crossing the tracks on Syndicate Street, about a block east of the Hamline station. The friend made it.


Body of missing Mpls. man believed to be found in Austin, Texas

Christopher White was visiting college friends and attending a music festival in Austin, Texas.