Nikki Tundel Feature Archive

A Minneapolis photographer searches for answers about the afterlife with a camera. (12/08/2008)
You can now find the popular pork product in chocolate truffles, martinis, even ice cream. (11/28/2008)
The state's U.S. Senate recount offers a rare look into the various voting methods of Minnesotans. But, Minnesota isn't the only state where voters take creative liberties with their ballots. (11/26/2008)
When a family's focus is on finding food and shelter, getting the kids to class isn't always a top priority. (11/17/2008)
Fact checkers are out in full force this election season. But just how much difference do the facts make? (10/29/2008)
Tumbling stocks and a fluctuating dollar have prompted a gold rush of sorts. But is the precious metal really a golden opportunity? (10/22/2008)
Jim and Darlyne Lyons' job, in a nutshell, is to lend thousands of dollars to alleged criminals and then hope to come out on top. (10/13/2008)
The country's financial turmoil has many Americans fearing for the worst. And, according to some, the nation's newfound pessimism might not be such a bad thing. (10/06/2008)
Scrapbooking isn't just about preserving memories. It's also about omitting them. (10/01/2008)
Sure, Target will soon have its name splashed across a 40,000-seat baseball stadium. But Jeff Goodhartz got his handle on a Central American sea worm. (09/17/2008)
About 50 female Republicans gathered at the Mall of America Tuesday for a fashion show and fundraiser for battered women. (09/03/2008)
It's hard to predict exactly what the Republican National Convention will mean for Minnesota. But if anyone can offer advice to the people of St. Paul, it's the citizens of Denver. (08/31/2008)
Like thousands of others in Denver, some children have brought their political passion and protests to the streets. (08/27/2008)
As the old cliche goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. But sometimes it's the numbers that really tell the story. (08/26/2008)
Just like the DNC, Meditate 08! brings in high-profile speakers to inspire attendees. But instead of roaring cheers, the sign of approval here is contemplative silence. (08/25/2008)