Brandon Stahl

Data/Watchdog Reporter
Phone: 612-673-4626
Brandon Stahl is a watchdog reporter with the Star Tribune. He previously worked as the investigations editor at the Duluth News Tribune, where his stories on physician malpractice and medical errors, drug abuse, tax dollar waste, sex offenders and police misconduct have won numerous state and national journalism awards.

Recent content from Brandon Stahl

Child protection task force seeks public comment

Gov. Mark Dayton’s child protection task force wants the public’s help to improve the system.The task force is seeking comment...

Updated: November 18, 2014, - 05:17 PM

Message to task force: More scrutiny for Minnesota child protection

National expert recommends basic measures to improve child protection system.

Updated: November 14, 2014, - 09:14 PM

Lessons from child abuse deaths go unheeded in Minnesota

The deaths of 56 children from maltreatment in Minnesota since 2005 should guide changes in child protection. But the system too often fails to learn from the past.

Updated: November 11, 2014, - 10:39 AM

Interactive graphic: Children failed by the system

The Star Tribune identified 56 children since 2005 who died from maltreatment in Minnesota, even though they or their caregivers...

Updated: November 11, 2014, - 10:38 AM

Child advocates fault state protection program

“Family assessment” program is said to fail victims of serious abuse.

Updated: November 06, 2014, - 06:26 AM

Minnesota Poll: Child protection gets passing grade

Yet nearly a third say workers are not aggressive enough removing kids from homes.

Updated: October 28, 2014, - 05:44 AM

Front-line workers detail child protection challenges

The second meeting of the governor’s task force reveals tensions over who’s to blame for shortcomings.

Updated: October 22, 2014, - 08:57 PM

Task force assails child protection for meager follow-up

Task force looks at lack of follow-up from child protection services

Updated: October 14, 2014, - 06:17 AM

Hennepin County judge 'sickened' by abuse program's failures

Former advocate of family assessment program says it was never meant for high-risk cases.

Updated: October 12, 2014, - 05:59 AM

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