Reporter | General assignment

Louis Krauss is a general assignment reporter for the Star Tribune.

St. Paul Highland Park High students hold pro-Palestinian walkout

The high school students said they were inspired by the wave of college protests happening in Minnesota and nationwide.

Protesters gather outside the GOP dinner to take issue with Trump

The former president's visit also drew supporters outside RiverCentre.

A busy day ahead for Trump: First his son's graduation in Florida, then dinner with state Republicans in St. Paul

Here's a breakdown of what's expected to be a full day for the former president.

Wolves fans are pumped, cautiously optimistic at Game 6

One fan said he brought his secret weapon to the game against the Nuggets: a friend who has never seen the Wolves lose when he goes to Target Center.

Driver injured in collision with Blue Line light rail in Bloomington

A collision took place Monday afternoon between a Blue Line train and a vehicle in Bloomington.

Brawl erupts at Northtown Mall carnival; officer injured while intervening

One of the officers who jumped in to stop the fight suffered a concussion, police said.

Minnesota developers create video game to help preserve the Ojibwe language

The group of mostly Native creators say they are making a game they hope will both teach and highlight the Ojibwe language, but also make for a fun experience.

Large fire erupts in Newport with billowing smoke seen miles away

No word yet on whether there are any injuries.

St. Paul police: Officers shoot, kill woman who pointed gun at them after suicide call

She was pronounced dead at the scene, a department spokesman said.

Carver County commissioner charged with misdemeanor domestic assault

Commissioner Matthew Udermann was charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly shoving his wife, who said she felt "shaken" by the altercation.