Bisi Onile-Ere is the co-anchor of FOX 9 News at 6:30 p.m. and FOX 9+ News at 7 p.m. with Tim Blotz.
Born and raised in south Minneapolis, Bisi is thrilled to be back home.
Before joining FOX 9 in December of 2017, she was a correspondent for a national news network's Detroit, Michigan bureau. Bisi has also reported and anchored at WDIV-TV, the NBC affiliate in Detroit, WJRT-TV, the ABC affiliate in Flint, Michigan, and the CBS affiliate in Duluth, Minnesota, where she began her on-air news career.
Bisi has covered a number of national breaking news stories, including the murder trial of former Minneapolis Police Officer Mohammad Noor, Flint's water crisis, Detroit's historic bankruptcy, and General Motors' ignition switch recall.
Throughout her career, she has been the recipient of two Michigan Emmy Awards, and a Michigan Associated Press Award.
Bisi is a graduate of South High School in Minneapolis and an alumna of the University of Minnesota School of Journalism.
She's a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.
When she's not working, Bisi enjoys traveling and spending time with her family.
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