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Henry Erlandson is a senior at Northwestern University studying journalism and economics. He is a reporting intern on the Star Tribune’s digital team.

Previously, he interned for "Special Report with Bret Baier" on Fox News Channel in Washington, D.C. He has also worked as a reporter for Medill News Service in Washington, D.C., writing stories pertaining to immigration and demographics.

Where to find mental health resources in Minnesota

Resources for COVID-19 questions, depression, suicide prevention, domestic violence, substance abuse and more.

Your top questions about Minnesota lakes answered

If Minnesotans love one thing, it's their lakes. We did some research to answer your five most frequent questions about Minnesota's cherished bodies of water.

What's the truth behind Minnesota's Kensington Runestone?

Af­ter Swed­ish im­mi­grant Olof Öhman said he un­earthed the rock on his farm in Kensington in 1898, it immediately became a subject of fascination.

Report: Many Minnesota college students struggle to afford food, housing

Students of color most likely to face hunger across Minnesota universities, survey finds.

Plymouth's West Lutheran High School ordered to overhaul handling of sexual assault, harassment claims

A student reported that she was repeatedly sexually harassed and assaulted by male students during the 2014-2015 school year.

Alumnus Ross Allen named Bethel University's president-elect

The former Bethel student will begin his tenure July 1.

University of Minnesota Duluth finds buyer for its KUMD radio station

Public radio station KUMD would be sold to WDSE, the local PBS-TV affiliate.

HGTV 'Urban Oasis' dream home in Minneapolis is up for sale

The fully furnished, renovated HGTV home with a uniquely cozy interior is listed at $649,999.

When did wild bison disappear from Minnesota?

Once on the verge of extinction, the American bison is no longer an endangered species. Minnesotans can now visit the iconic animal in three locations around the state

American Airlines to stop service to Duluth in April

It was a quick exit after returning to the Duluth market less than a year ago.