Reporter | Duluth/Superior Region

Katie Galioto is a reporter covering the Duluth/Superior region for the Star Tribune. Sign up to receive the new North Report newsletter.

Galioto was born and raised in the Twin Cities' southwest suburbs. She was an intern at the Star Tribune in 2018 after she graduated from the University of Notre Dame with a degree in political science. She reported as an intern for the Chicago Tribune and POLITICO before returning to her hometown paper full-time. She enjoys traveling, good music, good restaurants and her good dog, Tucker.


St. Paul approves up to $46.9M in public financing for affordable housing on Ford site

Highland Bridge plan will construct 195 affordable units at Ford plant site.


Twin Cities, suburbs impose curfews after Wright killing, unrest

The curfews go into effect at 10 p.m. Tuesday, with earlier curfews in Brooklyn Park, Champlin.


7 p.m. curfew in effect for much of Twin Cities by order of Gov. Walz

The curfew in Hennepin, Ramsey, Anoka and Dakota counties is from 7 p.m. until 6 a.m. Tuesday


Clifford Poetz, pioneering advocate for people with disabilities, dies at 71

Decades before the word "retarded" was widely considered an offensive term, 23-year-old Clifford Poetz urged federal lawmakers to stop using the label he felt was…


Watch: Stunt snowmobiler Levi LaVallee makes Duluth his 'playground'

The X Games gold medalist filmed stunts at iconic Duluth sites, including one that accidentally landed him in Lake Superior.


After years traveling through Mexico, Duluth native opens traditional taqueria downtown

Tacos Tacos Tacos owner was inspired by street vendors in Mexico.


Duluth seeks long-term solution to Park Point erosion

A recent dredging project, a temporary fix, deposited old metal shards on beach.


Duluth activists call on police to address racial disparities

Data show arrests, use of force target people of color disproportionately.


Duluth's CHUM plans to purchase downtown motel for housing for homeless

The apartments would primarily serve the elderly and medically vulnerable.


North Shore spring break? Resorts see uptick in tourism

Vaccine rollout and recent warm weather may be driving more visits. Some area resorts have already sold out for Easter weekend.