Pam Louwagie

Reporter | Regional
Phone: 612-673-7102
Pam Louwagie writes about various topics around the five-state region. A Star Tribune reporter since 2001, she has worked on the newspaper’s investigative team and covered federal courts and legal affairs. She previously worked at the New Orleans Times-Picayune and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Recent content from Pam Louwagie

Study: 1 in 9 12th-graders used synthetic marijuana

The numbers prompt a call for "proactive" response.

Updated: December 15, 2011, - 11:08 PM

1 in 9 high school seniors used synthetic drugs

Synthetic drugs once touted as legal alternatives to marijuana has gained a foothold among the nation's high school students.

Updated: December 14, 2011, - 04:30 PM

Dec. 9: Blaze claims 3 in Mora

A father, his son and a grandmother die in apartment fire, while a fourth victim is in critical condition.

Updated: December 08, 2011, - 11:25 PM

Minnesota women await justice in 1994 sex abuse case

After living nearly two decades as a fugitive abroad, Shawn Sullivan is fighting extradition on allegations involving three Minnesota girls.

Updated: December 02, 2011, - 12:04 PM

Trooper was on laptop moments before crash

Ernest Uhlenkamp and his wife were cruising down a rural highway toward their farm near Sauk Centre, Minn., when he saw a police car approaching on a side road off in the distance.

Updated: November 26, 2011, - 06:06 AM

Private patrols may be over and out in Foley

The city of Foley, under a proposed agreement, would continue using deputies instead of hiring a security service.

Updated: November 16, 2011, - 10:59 PM

Border bill pits security against the environment

Opponents say bill to allow security patrols in sensitive areas such as the BWCA is solution in search of problem.

Updated: November 14, 2011, - 01:17 AM

New crack sentencing rules leave justice system in flux

Feds have spent months combing through files of inmates who may qualify for release. In Minnesota, the change in the guidelines will mean an early release for 100 to 150 inmates who were convicted of crack cocaine crimes.

Updated: November 03, 2011, - 02:15 PM

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