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Awards

  • 2011 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published December 8, 2010

    "The Opposite of Wild"

  • 2011 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published February 17, 2010

    "Fallen Angel"

  • 2011 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published February 17, 2010

    "Fallen Angel"

  • 2010 - Maggies: The Magazine Awards of Western Publishing, published October 7, 2009

    "Lisa Knows Best"

  • 2010 - Maggies: The Magazine Awards of Western Publishing, published October 28, 2009

    "The Perks of Office"

  • 2010 - Page One Contest/Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists, published December 23, 2009

    "Favre at Forty"

  • 2010 - AAN AltWeekly Awards, published June 3, 2009

    "Saving Juju"

2009 Stories by Erin Carlyle

Archives: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008
  • St. Paul woman killed, maybe by her husband

    published Nov 03, 2009

    ​ Police suspect that another Minnesota woman has been killed by her romantic partner. At around 9:30 p.m. Monday, St. Paul police responded to a 911 call in the 1000 block of Barclay Street. Insi... More >>

  • Minneapolis mom to give birth on Internet

    published Nov 02, 2009

    ​ Lynsee's due date is coming up! The 23-year-old teacher from Minneapolis is planning to deliver live online. She's been documenting her pregnancy -- and her growing belly -- on her blog, Watch Ly... More >>

  • City Council President Barb Johnson enjoys perks of office

    published November 4, 2009

    If she wins a fourth term to the Minneapolis City Council this week, Barb Johnson may allow herself a moment to breathe a sigh of... More >>

  • City Council President Barb Johnson enjoys perks of office

    published October 28, 2009

    If she wins a fourth term to the Minneapolis City Council this week, Barb Johnson may allow herself a moment to breathe a sigh of... More >>

  • Minneapolis's appeal in Goodman, Hoyt, case denied

    published Oct 29, 2009

    ​ The Minnesota Court of Appeals has sent a controversial development case back to Hennepin County District Court -- setting the stage for a trial on whether Minneapolis should pay developer Brad Ho... More >>

  • Murder of Somali man may have been revenge

    published Oct 29, 2009

    ​ The Somali man shot dead early Monday was a key witness against another Somali convicted of murder. Ali Ismael was slain in his car in Stevens Square. Earlier this year, Ismael testified for the... More >>

  • Man shot dead in his car in Stevens Square

    published Oct 26, 2009

    ​ A man was shot dead in his car in Stevens Square early today. Minneapolis Police responded to the call shortly after 1 a.m., where they found the man dead inside his car near the intersection of ... More >>

  • Mexican cartel busted in Minneapolis

    published Oct 22, 2009

    Thirty-one people in Minneapolis have been arrested in federal raids on a dangerous Mexican drug cartel. More than 1,000 have been busted across the country. Attorney General Eric Holder announced t... More >>

  • Bring your own bag to Target, get 5 pennies

    published Oct 20, 2009

    The Minnesota-based retail giant is jumping on the save-a-tree bandwagon. Customers who bring their own reusable bags to Target will get a 5-cent discount for each bag. The plan comes just after CVS... More >>

  • Cargill recalls tonsil-infected tongue meat

    published Oct 19, 2009

    ​ As if eating cow tongue wasn't gross enough already, now some Cargill cow tongues may have been infected by tonsils. The meat -- 5,522 pounds of beef tongue -- comes from a Cargill plant in Milw... More >>

  • Twin Cities smart but boring, survey says

    published Oct 15, 2009

    Minneapolis and St. Paul ranked first for intelligence in Travel and Leisure's reader survey of 30 American Cities. We're smart! But no one wants to come here for Spring Break. Our fair cities sc... More >>

  • Man pleads guilty to Wally Lundin murder

    published Oct 14, 2009

    ​ A man who has already been convicted of murder pled guilty to another murder this week - the 1996 slaying of Wally Lundin. Rommal Bennett, a 45-year-old man who is serving a life sentence in New Y... More >>

  • Strib documents horrifying baby scam

    published Oct 12, 2009

    ​ A Minnesota woman spent $80K to adopt three babies from Guatemala -- but the girls never came. Suann Hibbs, a flight attendant with Northwest Airlines, fell in love with three little girls from ... More >>

  • Here come the big money lawsuits

    published Oct 09, 2009

    A second developer is poised to sue Minneapolis over a development proposal that got shot down. Sound like deja vu? It is. Former Minneapolis City Councilman Steve Minn, who is now a developer, has... More >>

  • Free hockey gear Sat. from the MN Wild

    published Oct 09, 2009

    Skates, pads, sticks are first-come, first-served. The stuff will be doled out from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Xcel Center, according to the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal. There are ... More >>

  • Can squad cams prevent cops from racial profiling?

    published Oct 09, 2009

    They can't hurt, according to the state's public safety commissioner. Michael Campion and Gov. Tim Pawlenty want to outfit all the squad cars in the state with cameras, according to a story in this... More >>

  • City Councilwoman Lisa Goodman wants it her way

    published October 7, 2009

    YEARS AGO, a naive businessman in Minneapolis wanted a liquor license for his business. The man approached the neighborhood... More >>

  • Two arrested in Richfield murder

    published Sep 30, 2009

    Police have arrested two men in the deadly Monday night shooting of a man at a pawn shop in Richfield. A tip led to the arrests, according to the Star Tribune. Here's what happened, according to th... More >>

  • Another man dead in Minneapolis

    published Sep 28, 2009

    Another man died in North Minneapolis today of a gunshot wound. That's two days in a row that men have been murdered in the middle of the day. Police are still looking for information about the inc... More >>

  • Vigil for 18-year-old shot dead in North

    published Sep 28, 2009

    The homicides continue. An 18-year-old lost his life when he was shot this weekend in North Minneapolis. The young man was killed Sunday afternoon. According to the Star Tribune, hundreds gathered ... More >>

  • Science teacher steals guns, sporting goods, sells on Ebay

    published Sep 25, 2009

    ​ A former 8th-grade science teacher with a part-time gig at a sporting goods store in Walker apparently swiped some guns and other sporting goods and sold the merchandise on eBay. Now, we know teac... More >>

  • Somali suicide bomber may be 2nd from U.S.

    published Sep 25, 2009

    A Somali Web site is claiming that a suicide bomber who participated in an attack on an African Union base in Somali last week may have been from the United States. If it is true, the man would be ... More >>

  • Bachmann and Ron Paul buddy up at U tonight

    published Sep 25, 2009

    The high-profile Congresswoman known for saying kinda crazy things is sharing her views tonight at the U with conservative hero Ron Paul. Bachmann and Paul, the former presidential candidate, have ... More >>

  • Dolan says MPD review is fair

    published Sep 17, 2009

    Chief Tim Dolan issued a statement today responding to criticism of his Internal Affairs Department, the part of the Minneapolis Police Department which reviews complaints against officers. The depa... More >>

  • Officer who shot Fong Lee fired

    published Sep 17, 2009

    Footage of the Fong Lee shooting in 2006 Jason Anderson, the officer who shot and killed Fong Lee in 2006, has been fired from the Minneapolis Police Department. Anderson was cleared of wrongdoing... More >>

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