Audience Engagement Editor

Hannah Sayle is an Audience Editor at the Star Tribune.

A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Sayle moved to Minneapolis in 2013, when she was named managing editor of City Pages. She was previously a news reporter and food writer for Memphis Flyer and Memphis magazine. In 2019, Sayle joined the Star Tribune as a digital editor in the features department. She has won awards for her music and food criticism from the Society of Professional Journalists.

What was life like in Minnesota during the flu pandemic of 1918?

The deadly event a century ago — amid a world war and historic wildfires — is a stark reminder that things today could be worse.

Archive: Tracking COVID-19 vaccinations in Minnesota

What you need to know about Minnesota's vaccine plan

Here are answers to questions you may have about vaccines and the state's strategy to vaccinate millions of Minnesotans.

A day-by-day recap of the Derek Chauvin murder trial

After nearly three weeks of testimony, the defense rested its case Thursday in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. Here's a look back at each day's testimony.

What happened each day in the Derek Chauvin trial

Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts in the killing of George Floyd.

Who are the jurors in the Derek Chauvin trial?

Though the jurors will remain anonymous, here's what we know about the jury seated for Derek Chauvin's trial in the killing of George Floyd.

Who were the witnesses in the Derek Chauvin trial?

These are the individuals who testified in the trial of Derek Chauvin for the killing of George Floyd.

Remembering Bruce Swedien, the father of Twin Cities recording studios and Michael Jackson's engineer

In 1953, he founded Minneapolis' (still-operating) premier studio before working with Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand and Miles Davis.

Creepy doll contest returns just in time for Halloween

The History Center of Olmsted County in Rochester is repeating its popular Creepy Doll Contest, where a collection of some of the spooky historical dolls owned by the museum are on display for online and in-person public voting for the creepiest doll of 2020.

See Minnesota woman's elaborate homemade State Fair in her backyard

The Midway may be mini, and the MPR booth not much more than a radio, but Jennifer Debrow captured all her favorites in some form.