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

Maple Grove woman who drove car into pond faces child neglect allegations

Doctor had raised concerns over food, care for daughter, who survived deadly crash.

Updated: July 03, 2014, - 10:02 AM

Dayton appoints new nursing board members

Having vowed reform, Dayton appoints four new members, replaces the vice president.

Updated: June 20, 2014, - 11:16 PM

Appeals Court rules state-created insurer's records are private

Ruling made against the Star Tribune, which sought access to records of state-created insurer.

Updated: June 09, 2014, - 08:29 PM

Golden Valley girl removed from home amid 'shocking' neglect

The mother of the Golden Valley girl was charged with child endangerment after a police sting.

Updated: May 30, 2014, - 11:48 PM

Gov. Dayton signs Minnesota Nursing Board reforms

The new laws will tighten oversight of problem nurses and other licensed health care providers

Updated: May 21, 2014, - 09:50 PM

Minnesota misses chances to save abused kids' lives

In some cases, state says, counties could have done more to save children from abuse and neglect.

Updated: May 17, 2014, - 11:28 PM

Measure cracking down on problem nurses goes to Dayton

Problem nurses would face license suspension, stricter state oversight

Updated: May 16, 2014, - 09:45 PM

Minnesota lawmakers compromise on nursing reforms

New measures to tighten oversight of problem nurses moved a step closer to approval after key House and Senate lawmakers...

Updated: May 13, 2014, - 08:35 PM

Minnesota Legislature supports nursing reforms, but hurdles remain

The Minnesota House approved reforms on Monday night that would allow the Minnesota Board of Nursing to take tougher action against problem nurses, one week after the Senate passed a similar bill.

Updated: May 06, 2014, - 10:04 PM

Senate moves forward on nursing discipline reforms

Minnesota nurses who fail out of a drug and mental health monitoring program could be automatically suspended from practicing, under a bill approved Tuesday by the state Senate.

Updated: April 29, 2014, - 08:42 PM

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