Hobie Artigue is a sports reporter for FOX 9. You can also catch him hosting “Vikings Gameday Live”, “Vikings Live”, “The P.J. Fleck Show” and the “Gopher Football Show” in football season.
Hobie grew up in a rural Louisiana town in the heart of Cajun country and is an alum of LSU.
His career started in Monroe, Louisiana covering high school sports & local colleges, but then the northern part of the country came calling. Hobie moved to Madison, WI to cover sports before travelling a little bit farther north to join FOX 9 in 2015.
In his free time, Hobie enjoys spending time with his wife and his dog, Boris.
If you see him around town, don’t be shy!
Antoine Winfield Jr. and Tyler Johnson finished their final seasons with the Gophers in Tampa. Now the goal is to do the same to start their pro careers with the Buccaneers.
Like many amateur baseball players across the state, Joey Gerber honed his pitching skills on a town ball team, playing for the Hamel Hawks in Hamel, Minnesota.
For Running Aces patrons like Michael Boyd, his favorite casino has not been in the cards in the last few months.
Amateur baseball season should be in full swing at this time of the year, but it's a Minnesota tradition put on hold due to COVID-19.
But before closing the door to high school, the opportunity for one more lasting memory emerged for golfers on Tuesday.
Willing himself to success has been the norm for Kenny Willekes in his football career.
Memorial Day weekend looked much different from year’s past at Canterbury Park in Shakopee, Minnesota. The usually packed crowd is replaced with silence as the wait for horse racing continues.
“The Last Dance” is becoming the start of a slam dunk for local small businesses in the Twin Cities metro area.
The Minnesota Gophers pitcher is projected as a high first round pick in the upcoming 2020 MLB Draft on June 10.
Last month, FOX 9 told you about the Quarantine Axe Throwing League. What started as an invitation thrown out to others around the world has really stuck.