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.
Once women’s athletics became required, opportunities for women began to decline in comparison to men. A yearly report details how each university ranks among equity opportunity.
As Steve Graham begins his fight with melanoma, he's urging everyone to take precautions when out in the sun.
Classes in Minneapolis were emptier than normal on Monday, the first day of the district's extended school year.
I write this as a first-person account, simply hoping it’s helpful. Lyme Disease is relatively rare, but with more than a thousand lab-confirmed or clinically diagnosed cases in Minnesota each year, and a few thousand more cases where it’s suspected, it’s prevalent enough to be aware of.
NAREB will host a fair this Saturday at the Wellstone Center in St. Paul to help set people of color and other diverse groups on the path to homeownership, with hopes of closing the diversity gap.
The horrific shooting in Uvalde, Texas, that left 19 children dead inside a school classroom, has again sparked calls for lawmakers to take action on gun control.
Dozens of staff in Minneapolis are speaking out, saying there's "toxic and racist" culture in the city coordinator's office.
After three years of a blank slate work now begins to fill a void on the northeast shore of Bde Maka Ska.
After more than 100 years under the same name, Josephson’s Clothing is finally changing its name.
A memorable last patrol happened in St. Paul as a father patrolled the streets, then passed the baton to his son – a third-generation officer himself.