Night Metro Editor

Pam Miller is one of two night metro editors for the Star Tribune. In her 30 years at the paper, she has also worked as a copy editor, reporter and West Metro Team editor.

Miller previously worked at the Duluth News Tribune and the Anchorage Daily News. She lives in Old Frontenac, Minn.

Review: 'World of Wonders' by Aimee Nezhukumatathil

NONFICTION; In beautifully illustrated essays, poet Aimee Nezhukumatathil writes of exotic flora and fauna and her family, and why they are all of one piece.

Review: 'American Gospel' by Lin Enger

FICTION: Lin Enger's tale of a prophet, his prodigal son and a runaway actress is set in Minnesota.

Why do Minnesota coyotes howl when trains go by?

Nope, it's not just a coincidence: Coyotes are compelled to let out a wail – and science explains why.

Suspect in Minneapolis hit-run death arrested as he tries to flee country

Said Maye was wanted in the Aug. 24 death of Idris Yussuf, which occurred after a dispute at a Minneapolis bar.

Man charged with hurling trash can lid, injuring Minneapolis police sergeant during riot

The 28-year-old man allegedly hurled a 15-pound trash can lid at the officer, knocking him unconscious.

Review: 'Monogamy,' by Sue Miller

FICTION: A widow struggles with her late husband's secrets.

Review: "The Wolf's Trail," by Thomas D. Peacock

Fiction: An aged wolf's ancient narrative creates a startlingly contemporary map.

Frontenac State Park grows in acreage and beauty

Old bison farm is now public land thanks to Park & Trails Council.

French horn player's forest practice beguiles Minnesota village

Kestrel Wright doesn't want to bother anyone. But his music has captivated passersby.

Tornadoes kill one, leave wide path of damage in west-central Minnesota

Several homes and farmsteads were destroyed or severely damaged by the back-to-back twisters that hit the rural area.