Matt DeLong | Star Tribune
Digital projects editor

Matt DeLong joined the Star Tribune in December 2014. He spent the previous four and a half years at the Washington Post, where he worked on the digital presentation for many of the paper's most ambitious projects related to politics, the federal government and national security. Contact Matt securely using the Signal app at 612-643-0344. PGP: 86ED 41FD 56E0 EA7C A3B8 9549 7CAA 977D 9268 AD6A

Minnesota's Clark, Castile cases were used in Russian-made Facebook posts

Campaign used police shootings of Castile, Clark to deepen Minnesota's racial divide.

What you need to know about the Minnesota Legislature's tax bills

The Minnesota House and Senate, both controlled by Republicans, have each passed bills to lower taxes for most Minnesotans and bring the state’s tax…

Hey, Minnesota music fans: Take a stand against sitting for rock concerts

Why are Minnesotans averse to standing for even the most booty-shaking concerts?

What we know about the case against officer Mohamed Noor

Here are some questions and answers about the charges and what comes next in the case of the police officer charged in the killing of Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

Hey Minnesota, we want to see your biggest potholes

Do you have any notable craters on your block? Please send us a photo!

What you need to know about Minnesota's gun laws

Because any conversation about what the laws should be must begin with what's already on the books, here is a Q&A-style overview of Minnesota's gun laws.

How to get around Minneapolis today

Whether you're driving, taking public transit or walking, here's what visitors and locals alike need to know to successfully navigate downtown Minneapolis and the surrounding area between now and game day.

Barstool Sports reviews Minnesota's beloved pizza joints – trashing a few favorites

The guys behind this popular sports site are taste-testing Twin Cities pizza spots and posting them on YouTube.

Where to watch the Vikings when you're not in Minnesota

With 65 verified Vikings bars in 25 states, connecting with fellow fans may be easier than you think.

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