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.
The Saint Paul Police Department says it is making a push to double the number of women recruits for the force in the next nine years.
With COVID-19 numbers again on the rise, Governor Walz is making a push to get food service workers vaccinated.
Target Field will not accept paper tickets or cash transactions at games this season, instead using an app for ticketing and all concessions in the ballpark.
Recent dry conditions in Minnesota have created a dangerous recipe for brush fires this week.
Sgt. Fuzz, the St. Paul Police Department’s therapy dog, is stepping up into a new role, becoming the nation's first certified first responder therapy dog.
While opening statements and the first day of the Derek Chauvin trial commenced inside Hennepin County Government Center Monday afternoon, demonstrators gathered outside to get people’s attention in a peaceful way.
A vigil hosted by Reverend Al Sharpton and the family of George Floyd Sunday night in Minneapolis honored the life of George Floyd, ahead of opening statements in the trial of one of the police officers charged in his death.
The Governor’s first coronavirus-related closure orders came about one year ago, just as some bars and restaurants were preparing to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. After a year of being put through the wringer, many of the same establishments are preparing for the Irish holiday anew.
A coalition of families and activists made their intentions very clear on Friday, saying they will be a loud voice for change throughout the trial of Derek Chauvin.
As the trial for one of the former Minneapolis police officers charged in George Floyd's death approaches, city leaders are promising security for the trial won't prevent peaceful demonstrations in the city.