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Before joining the Star Tribune in 2022, Christa Lawler was a sports reporter-turned-arts and entertainment reporter at the Duluth News Tribune. She started at the Rochester Post-Bulletin, her hometown newspaper, after graduating from the University of St. Thomas. She has lived in Duluth since 2000 and likes trail running, yoga, paddle boarding and reading.

Duluth writer's comedy 'Daniel's Gotta Die' to screen at Minnesota Film Festival

Matthew Dressel's screenplay was for the late Bob Saget's final movie.

Shipping season starts in Duluth Superior port, bringing containers and cruise lines

The Lee A. Tregurtha, headed for Marquette, was the first ship of the season to pass beneath Duluth's Aerial Lift Bridge

School bus, pickup truck collide in northern Minnesota

The bus driver, child had minor injuries.

Duluth teen sentenced to 12½ years in prison in friend's fatal shooting

Patrick Battees, 19, accidentally shot his friend Juamada Anderson in the head in May 2021.

Wisconsin wins women's NCAA Frozen Four

The Badgers earned their seventh NCAA title with a 1-0 win over defending champion Ohio State.

Defending champ Ohio State faces Wisconsin in women's Frozen Four championship

The Buckeyes' Sophie Jaques won the Patty Kazmaier Award on Saturday afternoon.

Badgers edge Gophers in overtime of women's Frozen Four semifinals

After Minnesota forced overtime with a goal in the final minute of regulation, Wisconsin's Caroline Harvey ended the Gophers' season with a wrist shot.

Ohio State eases past Northeastern in women's Frozen Four semifinal

The defending champion Buckeyes shut out the Huskies, and will face the winner of an evening game between Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Duluth's Amsoil Arena prepped for women's NCAA Frozen Four

Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio State and Northeastern will vie for the NCAA national title this weekend on the home ice of UMD hockey teams.

Large section of Duluth's Miller Hill Mall roof collapsed

No one was injured in the collapse, which happened before the mall opened.