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Dave Braunger

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David Braunger joined in 1997 after a brief stint as an intern in the newsgraphics department. He has a degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he was the graphics editor for the school newspaper, the Spectator.
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Breaking down the dashcam: The Philando Castile shooting timeline

Breaking down the dashcam: The Philando Castile shooting timeline

On the evening of July 6, 2016, St. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez stopped a white Oldsmobile driven by Philando Castile in Falcon Heights. Also in the car were Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, and her young daughter. Just one minute later, Yanez fired seven shots into the vehicle, fatally wounding Castile. This is a breakdown of key events shown in the police dashcam video. This article contains graphic content and language.

Downtown Minneapolis: A new east side

Details from the Ryan Companies proposal for a $400 million redevelopment near new Vikings stadium.

To be a doctor

Members of the University of Minnesota Medical School's Class of 2004 will be the state's doctors until the middle of the 21st century. Most have been going to the head of the class since junior high. But now they're in a pack of curve-setters, and they're learning that a high grade-point average isn't the only thing - and maybe not even the most important thing - that defines their success.

Insider's guide to food, shopping on the Green Line

Dive into our interactive guide to the best dining, shopping and entertainment along the Green Line. Double-click on the map to zoom in, or select a station to get a better look.
13 seconds in August: The 35W bridge collapse

13 seconds in August: The 35W bridge collapse

The Star Tribune has identified the drivers and occupants of 78 of 84 cars, trucks and other non-construction vehicles that remained on the bridge or sank in the river, as well as six of the road construction workers.

Future house

Home sweet home? Experts speculate how Minnesota homes will adapt to our changing world.

The new downtown Minneapolis library

The downtown Minneapolis library beckons readers with light-filled spaces, comfy places and an old-fashioned sense of civic elegance. And the public can access most of the 2 million items in the library's collection.

Interactive map of RNC protests

A complete map of the public events and private parties related to the GOP convention in St. Paul. Plus hotels of the state delegations and real-timeTwin Cities metro area traffic.

Taking it to the street

Street musicians talk of needing a smoke, a savior, a smile, a tender word. They are the homeless, the born again, the old-time giggers, the musical hopefuls and, on rare occasion, the aspiring classical musician. They work for spare change and love.

A look around the Guthrie

A closer look at the new Guthrie Theater, including interviews with the architect, detailed plans of the new theater spaces, photo galleries and panoramic images.

A people torn: Liberians in Minnesota

When civil war erupted in Liberia, thousands fled the bloodshed and chaos. Many quietly built new lives in Minnesota. Now, hundreds might be forced to return.

Carlsen twins

Light Rail Transit

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