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.
Four hundred Minnesota National Guard troops started returning home Saturday after serving out a nearly week-long inauguration mission in Washington, D.C.
Nearly three dozen mayors around the country representing 16 million people are calling on the federal government to provide monthly checks to Americans.
A number of states are reporting they are running out of COVID-19 vaccines despite the federal government moving to ramp up vaccinations.
As many of Minnesota's youngest students returned to in-person learning Tuesday, the Minneapolis School Board took a vote on whether to bring students back next month.
A Minnesota National Guard soldier says he thinks the Guard needs to speak out more against violence following the deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol.
As more safety plans are shared, Minnesotans are getting a better idea of what to expect around the Minnesota Capitol in the days leading up to the Inauguration.
Many Minnesotans are getting used to a different way of doing things thanks to COVID-19 and some of those changes, like distance learning, will likely stick around post-pandemic.
A beloved tailor in south Minneapolis was months away from retiring when she found herself the victim of a crime this week. But as soon as customers and neighbors of Anna's Tailoring heard what happened – they rallied to help.
Minnesota leaders say increased security will continue at and around the Minnesota State Capitol as supporters of President Trump have planned a rally for Saturday, days after the U.S. Capitol was stormed this week.
After community members raised concerns over police conduct, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Office released body camera video of the search of the home of the man who was shot by police in Minneapolis this week.