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.
Thanks to some pandemic creativity, a restaurant in Waconia, Minnesota is now trying something uniquely Minnesotan: delivering food and beer via snowmobile across frozen Lake Waconia.
It’s been an odd winter in Minnesota and January is no different with little snow, but a whole lot of ice. With that, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency is asking residents to go easy with the salt.
A young girl in Foley, Minnesota ordered her own lunch for the first time Wednesday. It may have appeared to be a simple trip out for lunch, but it ended with a remarkable breakthrough that changed everything for her.
For Todd and Sarah McCutcheon, it seemed all too fitting to be at Mayo Clinic for Christmas. They did it before and consider it a miracle.
While package delivery is booming amid the holiday season and the pandemic, shipping volumes are growing and the demand is only expected to increase, as well.
For the second day, Alibi Drinkery in Lakeville was open and in violation of state orders and full of customers - one carrying his copy of the U.S. Constitution.
"The show must go on..." You know the saying, but it's awful hard to follow through on safely in the midst of a pandemic that has altered everyone's life.
As kids come home from college, either for break or because classes have gone virtual, there's a reminder to parents to keep an eye out for signs of vaping.
For the last several weeks, 25 ambulances provided by FEMA have helped deal with the crush of COVID-19 cases in the Twin Cities metro that pushed emergency crews to the limit.
A huge change is coming to Hennepin and Washington counties that will keep hundreds of people from sitting in jail because of bail they can't afford.