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Pamela Huey

Copy Editor | Newsroom
phone: 612-673-7044
With 17 years experience at the wires (UPI and AP), 18 months at Minnesota Public Radio and seven years on Capitol Hill in Washington, Pam Huey joined the Star Tribune in 2000. She works the general assignment, wire and sports copy desks.
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Man who helped oust Nixon dissects Clinton for Mpls. audience

Man who helped oust Nixon dissects Clinton for Mpls. audience

Famous Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein talked all things politics to a packed house in Minneapolis on Thursday night.
Light rail train hits minivan making errant turn in downtown Mpls.

Light rail train hits minivan making errant turn in downtown Mpls.

Trains in both directions were stopped, and passengers were allowed to disembark.
Obituary: Jack Puterbaugh, DFL stalwart and advance man for JFK's final trip

Obituary: Jack Puterbaugh, DFL stalwart and advance man for JFK's final trip

Jack Puterbaugh, a stalwart DFL activist and advance man in Minnesota in the 1950s, could never have guessed that when he went to Dallas in…

Husband, wife among 3 to die in 2 traffic crashes in outstate Minn.

Two  traffic crashes claimed three lives in the past two days. A Mankato man was killed when he lost control of his pickup on a…

Pedestrian struck by Green Line train in St. Paul

A Green Line train struck a pedestrian Saturday night near the intersection of Lexington Parkway and University Avenue in St. Paul, causing some delays in…

Minnesota Guard will not be going to Liberia, after all

As Ebola outbreak subsides, deployment called off.

July 11, 2004: Home is where Brokaw's heart is

Tom Brokaw, back in his hometown on the banks of the Missouri River, borrowed a bicycle on a cool, sunny June morning and went
JFK: Minnesota's Freeman family watched historic tragedy unfold

JFK: Minnesota's Freeman family watched historic tragedy unfold

The memories of Minnesota's former first lady are succinct and vivid. The Freemans and their 15-year-old son, Mike, would mourn the passing of the nation's 35th president at four historic events that November weekend.

For JFK's advance man, a routine mission turned hellish

He recounted scouting sites, saying no one anticipated trouble.
Jackie's Secret Service agent tells his story

Jackie's Secret Service agent tells his story

Clint Hill, the person closest to the assassination who is still alive, was tormented by guilt for years. North Dakota native has now funneled his energy into telling his story.
The lure of the Prize Patrol

The lure of the Prize Patrol

I entered again, and again, and again, and again, and again, and again. Mailings were multiplying faster than rabbits.
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