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Henry Erlandson

Intern | Digital news

Henry Erlandson is a senior at Northwestern University studying journalism and economics. He is a reporting intern on the Star Tribune’s digital team.

Previously, he interned for "Special Report with Bret Baier" on Fox News Channel in Washington, D.C. He has also worked as a reporter for Medill News Service in Washington, D.C., writing stories pertaining to immigration and demographics.
Recent content from Henry Erlandson
UMD Chancellor Lendley Black visited KUMD and host Lisa Johnson in the studio in December.

University of Minnesota Duluth finds buyer for its KUMD radio station

Public radio station KUMD would be sold to WDSE, the local PBS-TV affiliate.
HGTV's 'Urban Oasis' home.

HGTV 'Urban Oasis' dream home in Minneapolis is up for sale

The fully furnished, renovated HGTV home with a uniquely cozy interior is listed at $649,999.
A male bison was born on April 30th at the Minnesota Zoo. The calf is part of a herd in an exhibit along the zoo’s Northern Trail and is also part o

When did wild bison disappear from Minnesota?

Once on the verge of extinction, the American bison is no longer an endangered species. Minnesotans can now visit the iconic animal in three locations around the state
American Airlines will stop service to Duluth in April.

American Airlines to stop service to Duluth in April

It was a quick exit after returning to the Duluth market less than a year ago.
On-demand delivery service app goPuff opened its third Twin Cities warehouse in a St. Paul neighborhood with lots of “digitally savvy” customers.

Got a case of the late night munchies? Now there's an app for that

Convenience store-like delivery service startup goPuff expands to a third Twin Cities warehouse.
Grace Myler and her mother launched Threads for Teens Minnesota in 2016. The store found a permanent space in 2017.

Shakopee student whose nonprofit clothing shop changed teen lives now is getting a national award

At Threads for Teens Minnesota, girls in need can get free clothing.
Georgia Carpenter, 7, played in the snow while her older sister, Claire, ran in the John Beargrease Cub Run last month in Two Harbors.There's a fresh

Twin Cities on northern edge of 4-6" of snow this weekend

The Twin Cities metro area will get less snow than areas to the south.
Judy Henderson, of Greenville, North Carolina, showed her Gophers spirit as she waited for Tuesday night's News Year's Eve parade to start. "This is s

What does Ski-U-Mah mean and how do you pronounce it?

It's part of the popular fight song for the University of Minnesota, but many students and alumni don't know a whole lot about the history of the phrase.
Eden and Abraham Cleberg prepared to race cars down a two-lane track at the “Hot Wheels: Race to Win” exhibit at the Children’s Museum.

Physics and racing merge in Hot Wheels exhibit in St. Paul

The new traveling exhibit is where science meets the road in St. Paul.
Workers got ready to affix one of six panels to a wall at the Tram level of Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport's (MSP) Terminal 1. The work, e

Local artist pays tribute to Prince with giant mural at MSP airport

Rock Martinez's mural of the music legend arrived for a yearlong stay at MSP as part of the airport's traveling exhibits program.
Minneapolis - U.S. Senator Paul Wellstone enthusiastically addresses the delegates to the state DFL convention from the floor of the Minneapolis Conve

Why is Minnesota's Democratic Party called the DFL?

"If you look at Minnesota's political history, a lot of people call us the 'Maverick State' just because we never were really Republican or Democrat," Brian Pease said.
Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder addressed the auto theft epidemic at a news briefing Friday, Jan. 24.

Minneapolis police see 'staggering' spike in auto thefts

Police said 262 autos have been stolen so far this year -- and 73% of them were empty cars left idling. Three were stolen with a child in them.
Emily Cassel has been named City Pages' first woman editor-in-chief.

City Pages names Emily Cassel as first woman editor-in-chief

City Pages, the Twin Cities’ largest alternative weekly newspaper, on Thursday named Emily Cassel as the first woman editor-in-chief in its 40-year history. The 28-year-old…
Eric Lindblad walked his bundled up 1-year-old Yorkshire Terrier, Supernova, through the snow in Northeast Minneapolis Saturday morning.

Might we say balmy? Lengthy stretch of January warmth comes to Minnesota

Minnesotans can expect a much different weekend of weather from last, with temperatures set to stay in the 30s.
James Francis Montano

Carlton County jury convicts man for murdering uncle, shooting cousin

After six days of testimony, a jury found James Montano guilty for the murder of his uncle Andrew Gokee.

Patrons of south Mpls. hardware store raise money to immortalize dog

Admirers of a hardware store dog created a GoFundMe for a statue in his honor.
The entrance to Mall of America's new wing.

Mass. professor fired after suggesting Iran should add Mall of America to cultural targets

A faculty member was ousted from his job earlier this week for posting on Facebook and urging Iran to tweet potential targets to bomb in the United States.