The Star Tribune is looking for a reporter capable of covering breaking news on deadline in the evening. This reporter will be responsible for police and public safety stories and breaking general assignment news. The work will include spot news and quick-turn features on public safety topics. Other general stories will need daily coverage, and rounding out stories by dayside reporters will be needed from time to time. Most work will be reported and written on the live news cycle. Night reporters must file timely initial stories to StarTribune.com, including any digital assets, and then continue to report and write more detailed versions for web updates and for print. You must be able to respond quickly to breaking news, to master unfamiliar topics on short notice and to juggle several stories at once. You must have proven news reporting experience, a minimum of two years preferred, with strong news judgment and the ability to write with accuracy and balance. A track record of collaborating with editors, photographers and other reporters is essential.