Reporter | St. Paul neighborhoods

Jackson is from Detroit and graduated from Western Michigan University in 2020. She was a Star Tribune intern in 2019, and also reported as an intern for The Flint Journal and NPR affiliate WMUK. Jackson enjoys traveling, reading and finding new-to-her coffee shops to visit in the Twin Cities.

3rd south metro tornado confirmed in storms that killed 4-year-old girl in Mankato

The National Weather Service said at least three tornadoes touched down in the south metro; a child camping with her family in Mankato was killed by a falling tree.

St. Paul settles with woman injured in homeless encampment clearing

A worker used a four-wheel Bobcat utility vehicle to break down a tent and realized someone was still inside during the removal process.

St. Paul's Hmong Cultural Center vandalized with white nationalist graffiti

St. Paul's Hmong Cultural Center was covered with white spray paint,weeks before its museum was set to open to the public.

St. Paul school leaders say contractor's lack of bus drivers forced shift of students to Metro Transit

Districts across the state are facing bus driver shortages.

Looking for how to help Hurricane Ida victims? Here are some ways

National and local nonprofits are asking for funds and time.

Minnesota State Fair's opening day sees major attendance drop

The COVID-19 pandemic and rain likely affected attendance.

About 2,000 people protest Line 3 pipeline at Minnesota Capitol

Demonstrators called on Gov. Tim Walz and President Joe Biden to halt construction on the oil pipeline.

St. Paul moves forward with plan for more day shelters

City planners OK allowing the shelters in business districts, neighborhoods.

Group of St. Paul residents take ash tree replacement into their own hands

They raise money to clear way for successors as diseased ashes fall.

St. Paul residents could face penalties for watering as drought continues

The city has already asked residents to water their lawns on alternating days.