Dave Hage

Team leader | Health care, the environment, social issues
Phone: 612-673-7108
Dave Hage leads a team of reporters who cover health care, the environment, children and families, corrections and social issues. He has been a reporter and editorial writer for the Star Tribune, and has written for the New York Times, the New Republic, the Nation and U.S. News & World Report.

Recent content from Dave Hage

Yellowstone's purebred bison arrive in NE Montana

The Yellowstone herd is highly prized because it is genetically pure and the animals are descended from the continent’s original wild bison.

Updated: November 20, 2014, - 02:29 PM

Bison are welcomed home on the range

Plains Indians tribes are adopting wild bison herds, hoping to revive the fading culture of their ancestors while also helping rescue an animal whose history is so deeply intertwined with their own.

Updated: November 20, 2014, - 12:02 PM

Health beat: Bison helps to heal tribal food ills

Karlene Hunter can look out her office window in Kyle, S.D., on a landscape about as bleak as any in...

Updated: October 10, 2014, - 11:38 PM

A royal city on a peasant's budget

With its polished treasures, London is expensive – but also surprisingly full of bargains.

Updated: December 20, 2013, - 12:55 PM

Health beat: As health laws roll out, who's in?

Last week, regulators in New York State said health care premiums for some consumers could drop by 50 percent or...

Updated: July 20, 2013, - 05:25 PM

Santa Fe: Chile paradise

Santa Fe provides the best kind of counterculture, where you can hike desert hills or streets lined with galleries and satisfy your after-workout appetite with delectable meals.

Updated: April 13, 2013, - 03:34 PM

Health beat: In health care, an Rx for deficits?

Relief over the new federal budget deal has turned to cynicism almost overnight, with many saying that Washington has merely kicked its problem down the road.

Updated: January 03, 2013, - 07:43 PM

Health beat: Is your house a healthy home?

In his years running the Children's Defense Fund of Minnesota, Jim Koppel was always thinking up ways to get more kids to the doctor.

Updated: November 22, 2012, - 09:55 PM

Minnesota sex-offender lawsuit takes step forward

Class-action case questions legality of the state program.

Updated: July 25, 2012, - 06:35 AM

Eight Forest Service workers faced down death last year in BWCA fire

A dramatic new post-mortem on last summer's Pagami Creek forest fire acknowledges that eight U.S. Forest Service employees feared for their lives.

Updated: May 31, 2012, - 11:49 PM

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