Rob tells a story like few others in our business; in fact, a lot of us here at FOX 9 think he should write a book someday.
Rob reports weekdays for FOX 9 News; and he’s never seen a State Fair or Minnesota Wild story that he didn’t like.
Rob grew up in four different towns in Minnesota, Iowa and South Dakota so his roots run deep. And he must like flying; he once circumnavigated the globe….he left New York and kept flying east until they he hit Hawaii. We imagine there was a stop or two. Oh, and that meant he crossed the International Date Line and had two Tuesdays. At least it wasn’t two Mondays.
A south Minneapolis business owner who was selling “Minnesota Strong” t-shirts and sweatshirts to benefit small businesses made good on his promises Wednesday.
The community of Melrose, Minnesota gathered to remember the old Church of St. Mary as it was demolished Tuesday, years after an act of arson destroyed the interior.
For the first time in months, retailers in Minnesota were allowed to reopen doors to customers at half capacity.
While the state moves to reopen, Minnesota nurses are sounding the alarm about a continued shortage of protective equipment for health care workers.
When the brand new Dorothy Day campus in St. Paul fully opened last year, the design came from decades of experience to serve as many as possible as well as possible.
In a U.S. Senate hearing on the COVID-19 crisis Tuesday, Sen. Tina Smith highlighted the sad reality that Minnesota farmers are forced to destroy thousands of hogs each day to relieve a backlog from affected processing plants.
Over the past few weeks, homemade signs have popped up all over New Prague. They offer support amidst the COVID-19 crisis but the real purpose hopes to help keep local businesses afloat.
Known as “sleepers”, some firefighters live at the stations fulltime.
King Milan’s Barbershop in St. Paul wasn’t trying to hide the fact that it opened Monday morning to serve customers.
Retail stores in Minnesota took their first steps to open for curbside and pick-up business Monday after Gov. Tim Walz expanded the businesses allowed to reopen until May 18.