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Michael Corey

News Developer | Newsroom
Location: Minneapolis

Michael Corey is a news developer for the Star Tribune. He specializes in data journalism, and his reporting has focused on mapping, science, remote sensing, history, data on the radio, police use of force, the U.S.-Mexico border wall and sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.


A Wisconsin native, Michael's past lives included work for Reveal and The Des Moines Register. He is a graduate of Drake University.
Recent content from Michael Corey
The Minnesota national guard surrounded the Capitol on Sunday. ] Jerry Holt •Jerry.Holt@startribune.com

Officials back off after first blaming outsiders, extremists for Twin Cities violence

For two days, state and local officials blamed "outside agitators" for the spasm of violence and property damage that erupted when a black man, George…
Tracking coronavirus in Minnesota

Tracking coronavirus in Minnesota

See how COVID-19 has spread in Minnesota and across the United States.
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360 deaths or 22,000? Why Minnesota's COVID-19 models are so different

How can scientists looking at the same data come up with such different estimates? And who's right?
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