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Chase Davis

Senior Digital Editor | Newsroom
Location: Minneapolis
Other languages: None

Chase Davis is a senior digital editor at the Star Tribune. He previously worked as editor of the Interactive News desk at the New York Times and has worked as an investigative and data reporter in California, Iowa and Texas.


Davis grew up in St. Louis Park and currently lives in the North Loop with his wife and golden retriever, Kirby. He also continues to teach at the Missouri School of Journalism, his alma mater.
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Michael Mueller snow blows the sidewalk near his house Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019, in Rochester after heavy snow overnight. Joe Ahlquist / jahlquist@postbu

Not many places in U.S. got more snow than the Twin Cities did in February

Yes, Minnesotans, February was as snowy as you thought. In fact, when it comes to snowfall last month, we had more in common with Jackson, Wyo. than we did with our typical winter brethren in Chicago and Milwaukee.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar arrived at the Intercontinental Hotel for Tuesday night's DFL headquarters election party in St. Paul.

How Amy Klobuchar fared in Trump country

Much of the buzz surrounding Sen. Amy Klobuchar's presidential chances in 2020 stems from her performance in parts of Minnesota where other Democrats running for statewide office have struggled. Here is a look at how Klobuchar outperformed Gov.-elect Tim Walz and U.S. Sen. Tina Smith in precincts won by President Donald Trump in 2016.
How Minnesota voted for governor, neighborhood by neighborhood

How Minnesota voted for governor, neighborhood by neighborhood

See how Minnesota voted for governor, neighborhood by neighborhood, by exploring this highly detailed map of precinct results across the state.
Why you're hearing so much about Minnesota's congressional races this fall

Why you're hearing so much about Minnesota's congressional races this fall

With four of its eight congressional races rated as tossups, Minnesota is poised to have an outsized impact in determining control of Congress.
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