Renee Jones Schneider

Photographer
Phone: 612-673-7195
Since photographer Renee Jones Schneider joined the staff of the Star Tribune she has covered assignments ranging from the shootings at Red Lake to the I-35 bridge collapse to stories of personal triumph over adversity. In the past year, Schneider has been producing multimedia stories for startribune.com.

Recent content from Renee Jones Schneider

As car sank, MnDOT worker said: 'I’m going in’

Don Machacek talks about saving three people who were trapped in their car in a pond off I-35W on Wednesday.

Updated: July 28, 2010, - 10:27 PM

July 25; Twins 10, Baltimore 4

The Twins played the Baltimore Orioles Sunday in Baltimore.

Updated: July 25, 2010, - 07:04 PM

Tour Twins' scoreboard room

Tour the Twins' Target Field scoreboard room where the video screen, fireworks and much more takes place.

Updated: July 21, 2010, - 06:13 AM

Lilith Fair at Target Center

Lilith Fair was held Sunday at the Target Center. Sarah McLachlan, Mary J. Blige and Heart were some of...

Updated: July 18, 2010, - 11:20 PM

July 18; Twins 7, White Sox 6

The Twins came back with a win in the bottom of the ninth inning in the fourth game of a...

Updated: July 18, 2010, - 08:25 PM

Jump in the lake? OK

Lots of emotion comes with a youngster's first trip to overnight camp: excitement, yes, but nerves and homesickness, too. "Summer Samplers" offer kids a chance to ease in for three nights, rather than a full week, at YMCA Camp Ihduhapi on Lake Independence.

Updated: July 17, 2010, - 02:01 PM

Rites of Passage; First summer camp

Lots of emotions come with the anticipation of one's first overnight summer camp. Nerves, fear and homesickness. But...

Updated: July 13, 2010, - 09:44 AM

July 11; Twins 6, Tigers 3

Twins beat the Tigers 6-3 in Detroit on Sunday.

Updated: July 12, 2010, - 12:32 AM

Four dead in crash with semi

Four men were killed and one woman is in critical condition after their vehicle collided with a semitractor trailer in...

Updated: July 11, 2010, - 09:49 PM

Jacob's best friend; Aaron Larson's story

Twenty years have passed since Jacob Wetterling was abducted and never seen again. His best friend Aaron Larson, who was with Jacob and his brother the night of the abduction, still wonders why.

Updated: June 30, 2010, - 04:45 PM

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