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.
For more than 20 years, the name and identity of Gail Marlene Johnson, who was found dead in Long Lake Regional Park, alluded authorities.
This weekend, Oktoberfest is kicking off, both in Germany and here in Minnesota.
Like mother, like daughter: Kristina Folkerts's mother was a well-known server for decades at Park Tavern in St. Louis Park. Now, Kristina is following in her mom's footsteps.
Burnsville police are searching for the suspects responsible for stealing a car with a small dog inside it.
After parents worried a Crystal school would limit the number of bathroom breaks for students during the school year, the district says that's not the case.
As their daughter, born almost three weeks premature, fights for her life, the financial challenges are mounting for the Wilson family
The Connoy family has been reunited with a statue that was lost after being removed from their loved one's gravesite in Elk River.
An argument is gaining traction nationally regarding the 14th amendment, which bans those who engaged in insurrection against America from running for president.
Torrential rain has created thick, sticky mud at Burning Man, an annual week-long festival celebrating art, community and self-expression in the Nevada desert.
New steps are being taken through monitoring wastewater data to expand the testing to include illnesses like RSV and influenza.