Audience producer | Audience engagement producer

Ashley Miller is an audience producer for the Star Tribune. As well as managing the newsroom's social platforms, she also is the writer behind the Eye on St. Paul newsletter and a frequent contributor to the Curious Minnesota series.

An Idaho native, Miller previously worked as the digital editor for the Idaho Press and producer of the Latino Card, an award-winning radio show designed to highlight the voices of Idaho's Latino population.

Listen: Why does Minnesota sometimes get colder than the North Pole?

The Curious Minnesota podcast discusses how the state's weather compares with some of the coldest places on Earth.

What's your wildest memory from the Minnesota State Fair?

Listen: What was the first movie filmed in Minnesota?

The Curious Minnesota podcast explores the 1920s silent film "Free Air," based on a book by Minnesota native Sinclair Lewis.

How the heck did Minnesota end up with a state muffin?

Students at a northern Minnesota elementary school received a civics lesson they'll never forget.

Listen: Did St. Paul really protect gangsters during the Prohibition era?

The Curious Minnesota podcast explores an unusual historical agreement between criminals and St. Paul police.

Google celebrates St. Paul's Toni Stone, the first woman to play for a men's pro baseball team

Stone, a Black woman, grew up in the Rondo neighborhood of St. Paul.

Why does Minnesota sometimes get colder than the North Pole?

How Minnesota's geography makes it particularly prone to extreme temperatures.


Why a slice of I-94 west of the Twin Cities is a 'candyland for researchers'

Freeway traffic near Albertville helps engineers across the country design roads that last.