Pamela Miller | Star Tribune
Night Metro Editor

Pam Miller is one of two night metro editors for the Star Tribune. In her 30 years at the paper, she has also worked as a copy editor, reporter and West Metro Team editor.

Miller previously worked at the Duluth News Tribune and the Anchorage Daily News. She lives in Old Frontenac, Minn.

Review: 'My Life as a Rat,' by Joyce Carol Oates

FICTION: After telling police that her brothers killed a black teenager, Violet Kerrigan is cast alone into a bewildering life.

Review: 'The Ash Family' by Molly Dektar

Fiction: A young woman finds danger at a commune in North Carolina's mountains.

From drizzle to blizzard: Another Minnesota winter weekend roars in

The metro area is sandwiched in a slightly less dire weather zone between blizzard and winter storm warning zones.

Inmate dies after falling ill at St. Louis County jail

Authorities are investigating the death of a 32-year-old man this week in the St. Louis County jail in Duluth. Kenneth Kyle Beaupre collapsed in the…

Stillwater officer who fatally shot 22-year-old man won't be charged

Keaton Larson was suicidal and charged the officer with a knife, investigators found.

1-2 winter punch is coming: Up to 8" of snow, then extreme cold

For once, the Twin Cities is right smack in the middle of the winter storm warning zone, starting Sunday afternoon and running into Monday.

Friday's metro high plows through old record of 41 to 47

A January thaw gave Minnesota the strange luster of spring, and the mild weather is expected to continue through the weekend.

Review: 'All the Wild Hungers,' by Karen Babine

NONFICTION: Minnesotan Karen Babine meditates on cancer, cooking and family in this unusual memoir.

Northern Minnesota gets more than foot of snow; metro mostly spared

Rain closes ski resorts, causes crashes, including one that killed 1 and injured 9.

Review: 'Unsheltered,' by Barbara Kingsolver

FICTION: Two families — one modern, one in the 1870s — watch their American dreams crumble.