Team leader | Duluth/Superior Region

Before joining the Star Tribune, Lundegaard was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal in Detroit and Atlanta. She started her career with American City Business Journals papers in Cincinnati and then Washington DC. She holds a masters in journalism from Northwestern University and is a graduate of Macalester College. She lives in south Minneapolis with her husband, two sons and a mutt named Dart. After succeeding last year in her quest to see a Roger Federer match, she is now plotting to see Serena Williams play.


Get to know Star Tribune Editor Suki Dardarian

The longtime journalist took over the newsroom's top job last month.


Q&A with Star Tribune reporter Jeffrey Meitrodt

He has worked on some of the Star Tribune's biggest investigations. What makes him tick?


Q&A with Star Tribune reporter Rochelle Olson

Fresh off the Kimberly Potter trial and the coldest NHL game ever, we turn the table on the veteran reporter.


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CSA members and fresh-food fans, join our 'Out of the Box' Facebook group

Ever at a loss for what to do with all the kohlrabi in your CSA box? Ever go crazy snapping up food at the farmers market and then wonder, now what? This group is for you.


Is Minnesota actually more German than Scandinavian?

A reader wants to know: Why do Scandinavians get all the attention when there are more Minnesotans of German descent?


Readers reveal their most memorable State Fair moments

While some folks were enjoying the rides and mini doughnuts, others were getting engaged, playing pranks or even going into labor.


The State Fair quiz: How Minnesotan are you?

The Minnesota Great Get-Together starts Thursday; so it's a good time to check your State Fair IQ.


Two dogs, three adults, one state park add up to 100 ticks in less than 24 hours

"We could see them everywhere."


Commuters rail against downtown Minneapolis traffic jams

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