Katie Humphrey

Reporter | Digital Life
Phone: 952-746-3286
Katie Humphrey is the digital life reporter for features. Katie has also covered Dakota County and a gaggle of south metro suburbs. Before coming to the Star Tribune, Katie covered cops, courts and city hall at the Austin American-Statesman. She studied journalism and Spanish (she’s fluent) at Northwestern University.

Recent content from Katie Humphrey

Burnsville skate park project is starting to roll

A remake of the park this year will rearrange obstacles on a new concrete surface, but additional donations are still needed.

Updated: August 10, 2012, - 05:58 PM

Stream Global appears to be Eagan-bound

Tech support firm could add hundreds of call center jobs.

Updated: August 04, 2012, - 09:10 PM

In Eagan, plans to preserve park stall

After losing bids for state grant money, the city's public funding package to protect Caponi Art Park has fallen apart.

Updated: July 23, 2012, - 09:20 PM

Cedar Grove redevelopment hits milestone in Eagan

Paragon Outlets will pay $14.7 million for 29 acres at the long-dormant Cedar Grove redevelopment site, with plans to open an upscale outlet mall in 2014.

Updated: July 20, 2012, - 06:15 PM

Eagan group climbs Mount Kilimanjaro to honor special memories

They climbed to honor fallen firefighters and Judy Ruggles, who died of cancer.

Updated: July 14, 2012, - 05:31 PM

With signs, Burnsville wants you to know that you've arrived

The City Council is considering designs for monuments at the southern suburb's edges.

Updated: July 14, 2012, - 05:20 PM

Dakota, Scott counties to partner with Hennepin for morgue services.

Dakota and Scott Counties pledged to partner with Hennepin for morgue services.

Updated: July 10, 2012, - 11:56 PM

Country Village in Burnsville seeks new license

The owners of the Burnsville apartment complex, shut down by the city after multiple fire and building code violations, hope to reopen three buildings.

Updated: July 06, 2012, - 06:49 PM

5-year-old drowns in Chisago County, his life jacket still on the dock

Tragedy struck on two Minnesota lakes this week, with a 5-year-old boy drowning Tuesday in Chisago County and a man still missing Wednesday, two days after his unoccupied pontoon boat was found adrift in Forest Lake.

Updated: July 04, 2012, - 10:38 PM

Cities and counties cut jobs by thousands

As budget cuts force layoffs, the result is eroding public services.

Updated: June 30, 2012, - 10:21 PM

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