Sarah Danik is a reporter for FOX 9. She is an Emmy award winning journalist with 15 years of experience in the industry, both behind and in front of the camera. She’s anchored and reported for a number of stations, including in Iowa, South Carolina and now at FOX 9 in the Twin Cities. Her work has also taken her to NBC's Weekend Today Show and MSNBC as a producer, to South Africa as a field producer. Sarah grew up in Ohio, before heading east to New York University, where she majored in Journalism.
Sarah has covered stories ranging from sex trafficking in Iowa, to hurricane damage along the coast of South Carolina. She has also been involved in political reporting, including the Iowa Caucuses and the several presidential debates in South Carolina. She’s interviewed many presidential candidates one-on-one, including then-President Barack Obama in 2012 and President Donald Trump in 2016 prior to his election.
Sarah has been a Type 1 diabetic since she was 11, and has been involved in JDRF over the years and their work to find better therapies and hopefully a cure for T1D.
She and her husband Nick, a Twin Cities native, have a sweet (and sometimes sassy but always lovable) toddler, Ella and a dog, Bauer.
The Minnesota Department of Health says families, like businesses, schools and hospitals, should have emergency plans in place after a CDC report that says the coronavirus is spreading.
Four days after flames broke out, the fire at the Northern Metals facility in Becker, Minnesota is still burning and officials say it could still another couple of days before every flame is extinguished.
At midnight on Friday, an expanded travel ban is going into effect for the United States.
A man facing deportation has had his wish granted, at least temporarily, as immigration officials have allowed him a stay while his son faces a disorder that may require a bone marrow transplant.
It is another unbearably cold night on the street in Minneapolis. And, for much of the evening, outreach workers and law enforcement officers were hard at work making sure people with no place to go had a warm spot for the night.
Organizations are doing extra homeless outreach as a bitter cold takes over the Twin Cities.
Coronavirus cases and the flu both have people keeping an extra close eye on their health.
Local leaders have come to the support of a man facing deportation in St. Paul while his son battles a serious disorder.
The sportsbook opened this year after sports betting was legalized over the summer. Sunday marked its first Super Bowl.
A family is in mourning days after losing their four-year-old daughter in a tragic drowning at a hotel pool in Mounds View, Minnesota.