I'm a 1996 graduate of St. Cloud State University and have been with WJON for 24 years as a news reporter and anchor. While the news is my business, sports are my love. I am a big fan of the Vikings, Twins, Gopher's basketball, the Wolves, and Wild. My favorite pastimes include snowmobiling, golfing, and movies.
St. Cloud Man Sentenced for Gun Crime
A St. Cloud man who was accused of pistol-whipping his girlfriend and threatening to kill her has pleaded guilty to a different crime.
Sauk Rapids Road Construction Project Starts Monday
Construction starts Monday on a road in east Sauk Rapids.
Walz to Announce Timeline for Lifting COVID-19 Restrictions
Governor Tim Walz will be making a live address at Noon Thursday to announce plans to wind down COVID-19 restrictions.
Benton County Planning Fiber Optic Connection to St. Cloud
Benton County is planning to capitalize on a unique opportunity to install fiber optic cable from Foley to St. Cloud.
New Round of Grants Set to Help Small Businesses During Pandemic
The Small Business Administration will begin handing out nearly $29-billion worth of grants to restaurants, bars, and similar businesses impacted by Covid-19.
Brainerd Man Sentenced for Minneapolis Police Precinct Fire
A Brainerd man who pleaded guilty for his role in the burning of a Minneapolis Police precinct has been sentenced in federal court.
Minnesota Reports 22 Additional Covid-19 Related Deaths
The Minnesota Department of Health is reporting 22 more Minnesotans died Tuesday from complications related to Covid-19.
New Ultimate Sports Bar & Grill Opening Saturday [GALLERY]
In a matter of days, a Waite Park businessman will see the culmination of 13-months worth of work when he opens the doors to his new bar and restaurant.
Metro Bus Seeking Drivers, Open House Scheduled
Metro Bus is looking for drivers and they're holding an open house on Thursday to showcase what the job is all about.
St. Cloud Woman Charged With Murder
A St. Cloud woman has been charged in the fatal stabbing of a man Monday.
Tick Season Brings the Threat of Disease
Tick season is upon us and the Minnesota Department of Health is reminding you that some of them can transmit diseases.
Minnesota COVID-19 Cases Continue to Climb
There was a big jump in the number of COVID-19 cases in Stearns and Sherburne counties Wednesday.