Rose loves to tell stories and highlight the issues that matter most to the community, and she couldn't be more thrilled to be in the Twin Cities! When she's not working, Rose can usually be found singing at her piano, reading or exploring the beautiful lakes in the metro.
She joined the Fox 9 team in March 2022, making Minnesota the fifth state she’s lived in. Before her time in the Gopher State, Rose spent four years surrounded by Packers fans in the Badger State. She worked as a reporter at CBS 58 in Milwaukee and WISC-TV in Madison, covering everything from Wisconsin’s contentious state Legislature to the Milwaukee Bucks winning the NBA championship.
Rose is a proud graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism at the University of Missouri-Columbia (M-I-Z!). She grew up in the Chicago suburbs, so she's happy to be a short drive away from her immediate family.
Some of Rose's favorite things (in no particular order): Taylor Swift, grammar, cats, Pepsi and coffee.
Fun facts: She was once briefed by a U.S. Cabinet member, she's been skydiving, and she had a story published on the front page of USA Today. One of Rose’s nerdier fun facts is she once drove down to North Carolina to attend a One Tree Hill convention – she’s a big fan!
Rose is always looking for stories to tell. Please feel free to send her story ideas at email@example.com or via Twitter @RoseSchmidtTV!
A rally to show support for Principal Friestleben is planned for Monday morning in Minneapolis.
After a weekend controversy and talks of a protest, Mauri Friestleben will be resuming her duties as Minneapolis North Nigh principal starting on Monday, the superintendent announced Sunday.
Big changes could be coming to Minnesota's liquor laws, leading breweries across the state to say “cheers.”
As COVID-19 cases increase, Minnesota health leaders are encouraging doctors to make patients more aware of treatment options.
After receiving a high volume of calls, the St. Louis Park Fire Department is reshaping how it takes 911 calls from citizens.
Minnesotans had been anxiously awaiting the gorgeous spring weather, but with sunny warm days also come plants and trees producing pollen.
The storm chasing community is mourning the loss of one of their own as they hope a second colleague pulls through.
Thieves in St. Paul stole catalytic converters from two Foodmobiles that are used to bring food to seniors and sites for people with disabilities.
As the baby formula shortages continue to worsen and parents become more desperate, health officials are warning families not to make their own formula at home.
The "State of Black Minnesota Report 2021" takes a deep dive into the stark racial disparities in Minnesota in hopes that the community can come together and make things better for everyone. It features not only the struggles of the Black community but the triumphs and the ways the Black community has thrived.