Mary McGuire joined the Fox 9 News team in June 2021 and is grateful for the opportunity to share stories in her home state.
Before coming to Fox 9, she was a reporter for WCCO-TV in Minneapolis, notably covering the trials Jeronimo Yanez and Mohamed Noor and the kidnapping of Jayme Closs. She was also a multimedia journalist and anchor at WFLA-TV in Tampa, Florida and KTTC-TV Rochester, Minnesota.
Mary is a proud Mizzou Tiger and earned her master’s degree in Journalism from the University of Missouri. During her time there, she was selected as the David Kaplan Memorial Fellow, which included a fellowship at ABC News in Washington, DC. Mary earned a B.A. from the College of Communications and Fine Arts at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California.
She lives in the metro area with her husband and their beloved rescue dog.
Family members identified the boy to Fox 9 as six-year-old Eli Hart. They have started a GoFundMe to help pay for the child's funeral expenses.
A combination of spring showers and a late ice-out date has left many rivers in the state at very high levels, meaning things could get dangerous in a hurry while out on the water.
A public push is growing to rename the chalet at the Theodore Wirth chalet after a Black golfer who was once denied access to its clubhouse.
One Lakeville mom Elizabeth Andreyevskiy was preparing to give birth to her fourth child, when she knew she wanted to do something different.
Residents of Alexandria experienced storms last night that many have not seen in an entire lifetime.
Coveted for the precious metals they contain, thieves can steal catalytic converters and sell them for hundreds, even thousands of dollars, to scrapyards.
One small spark can lead to widespread destruction in the blink of an eye. That’s apparent when you look at the aftermath of the Vermillion fire, which burned more than 80 acres of marsh and swamp in Blaine.
"We can be the change we want to see:" Tammy Sinkfield-Morey, the first Black nurse to ever work at Gillette Children’s Hospital in St. Paul, continues to break barriers.
After an ongoing dispute between a property owner and his homeowners association in Elko, Minnesota, the homeowner has put up concrete barrier blocking traffic.
From March 28 through May 1, 2022, the Raptor Center had tested 188 birds on entry to its center, resulting in 114 positive cases, including great horned owls, bald eagles and red-tailed hawks.