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

Billboard debate flares in Burnsville

A split City Council opted to review its rules after Clear Channel Outdoor proposed an electronic billboard.

Updated: June 15, 2012, - 05:21 PM

4 Lakeville middle-schoolers charged in locker room photo 'game'

Prosecutors said the students who face charges were the most directly involved in taking and spreading the inappropriate photographs in May.

Updated: June 12, 2012, - 10:40 PM

Changes loom in Dakota County politics

A slew of candidates have signed up to run for city and county offices, some wide open after decades.

Updated: June 09, 2012, - 09:45 PM

Rosemount recycler to pay $1.1 million in clean-air case

Spectro Alloys, an aluminum processor near Rosemount, admitted it withheld test results showing EPA violations.

Updated: June 08, 2012, - 08:48 PM

Dakota County parks hit 1 million visitors

More people, plus new parks and trails, are among the factors pushing attendance upward.

Updated: June 02, 2012, - 06:23 PM

Another Eagan golf course development battle begins

Residents are rallying against a proposal to turn Parkview Golf Course into a housing development.

Updated: May 26, 2012, - 07:35 PM

High-tech sharing of student's photo rocks Lakeville

An inappropriate picture of a Lakeville middle school student that circulated among classmates is under police investigation and has students lighting up social media with talk of multiple suspensions.

Updated: May 24, 2012, - 09:16 PM

Burnsville considers rental law changes

Problem landlords prompt a call for new rules and fees.

Updated: May 19, 2012, - 09:59 PM

Farewell to 'Mr. Apple Valley'

In decades as an elected official, Will Branning helped plan Apple Valley, attract the Minnesota Zoo and bring transit to the south metro.

Updated: May 18, 2012, - 08:05 PM

Legal fight looms in Apple Valley suicide case

A national suicide advice group was indicted on 17 counts for its alleged role in the 2007 suicide of an Apple Valley woman.

Updated: May 15, 2012, - 08:42 AM

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