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.
Metro Bus to Resume Fare Collection in October
Metro Bus is announcing they will once again be charging ride fares starting Friday, October 1st.
Fire Destroys Large Shop in Fairhaven Tuesday
Fire destroyed a large shop in Fairhaven Tuesday.
Central MN Farmers Weathering Drought Conditions as Best They Can
As Minnesota's drought continues, farmers are nearing the do-or-die point with some of their crops.
St. Cloud Asking Residents to Conserve Water During Drought
The city of St. Cloud is asking residents to help conserve water during the drought.
UPDATE: Former Albany Teacher Pleads Guilty to Sex Crime Involving Teen
A former teacher and coach in the Albany School District has pleaded guilty to having a sexual relationship with a student.
Drought, Low Lake Levels Create Boat Launch Challenges in MN
The drought and low water levels in Minnesota are causing another problem, boaters having difficulty launching and landing their boats.
Western Stearns County Upgraded to Extreme Drought Conditions
Drought conditions are expected to worsen with high temperatures and no rain in sight.
More Traffic Delays on St. Cloud’s Division Street This Week
Lane closures on another stretch of Division Street in St. Cloud will slow traffic for a few days.
St. Cloud to Start Street Resurfacing Projects Monday
The city of St. Cloud will start phase one of its street resurfacing program Monday.
Rice Woman Sentenced for Theft While Acting as a Guardian
A Benton County judge has sentenced a Rice woman guilty of illegally obtaining medical assistance while acting as the guardian and conservator for a man who was hurt in a car crash.
Minnesota Law Enforcement Cracking Down on Drunk Boaters
Minnesota law enforcement agencies are launching a campaign aimed at reducing intoxicated boaters this holiday weekend.
Charges Shed Light on Murder Motive of SCSU Professor
A Duluth man has been formally charged in the shooting death of a St. Cloud State University professor Sunday morning.