I'm a 1996 graduate of St. Cloud State University, and have been with WJON for over 19 years as a news reporter and anchor. I am also the co-host of a sports talk show called Granite City Sports on AM 1390 KXSS. While news is my business, sports are my love. I am a big fan of the Vikings, Twins, Gopher's basketball, the Wolves, Wild and St. Cloud State Hockey. My favorite pastimes include snowmobiling, golfing and sand volleyball.
Deer Harvest Mixed on Opening Weekend
It was a mixed bag for deer hunters on the opening weekend of the firearms season.
Daylight Saving Time Ends, Turn Clocks Back Saturday Night
Remember to turn your clocks one hour back before you go to bed Saturday. We return to Central Standard Time at 2:00 a.m. on Sunday morning.
DNR Expecting Strong Deer Harvest as Population Rebounds
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says deer hunters should have ample chances to bag a whitetail when the firearms season opens Saturday.
Winter Parking Restrictions Return Wednesday
We turn the calendar to November Wednesday and that means it’s time to remind you of winter parking restrictions in the St. Cloud area.
Tropical Storm Not Expected to Impact Midwest Gas Prices Much
Gas prices in some parts of the country could spike after oil refineries in Texas were shut down ahead of Tropical Storm Harvey. But, AAA Minnesota spokewoman Gail Weinholzer says we may only see a small price spike here in the Midwest.
Citations Down Again Over SCSU Move-In Week
For the second year in a row, the number of citations issued on St. Cloud State University's move-in weekend is down.
Construction on Lake Wobegon Extension Set to Begin
A plan that has been in the works for years to extend the Lake Wobegon Trail into Waite Park has cleared a final hurdle. Stearns County Commissioners have approved the low bid to extend the trail 3.2-miles from St. Joseph into Waite Park.
Risk of West Nile Virus Grows as Hot, Dry Weather Sets In
An epidemiologist with the Minnesota Department of Health says it's time to start thinking about West Nile Virus.
Tick Numbers Normal Despite Early Start to Season
An early start to the tick season has not led to more ticks this summer or more tick activity, for that matter. Elizabeth Schiffman is an Epidemiologist with the Minnesota Department of Health. She says that's good news as we exit peak tick season.
Storms Rumble Across Central MN Early Wednesday
A line of severe storms raced across central Minnesota early Wednesday morning which prompted a handful of severe thunderstorm warnings.
DNR Closing Walleye Season on Mille Lacs
The Minnesota DNR is set to impose more restrictions on what many consider to be Minnesota's premiere walleye fishery.
Zebra Mussel Found in Wright County Lake
An invasive aquatic species has been discovered in another central Minnesota lake.