Hi! I grew up in Pittsburgh, (yep – I'm a Steelers fan, but I've warmed up to the Vikings) and I graduated from Point Park University in 2012. I do have a broadcast degree. I've been part of Y108 and 100.7 Star in Pittsburgh, Studstill Media in Illinois, and now I'm in Rochester! My husband and I enjoy Rochester’s craft beers and wine, movies, live shows, hiking, and it's city/country balance. You can't find anywhere else like it! I have a cat named Pantera too – an adorable, long-haired black cat with green eyes! If you want to talk cats (or any animal really), hiking, movies, concerts, or pizza, I'm your girl!
Who Is ‘That Dog’ We See In Downtown Rochester?
You've probably seen this dog thousands of times in downtown Rochester - just like I have. I couldn't help but ask: what's their story?
Stewartville Custodian Has A Message For Students
All I asked for was back-to-school photos. I didn't expect to get this.
Can You Help This Rochester TV Reporter’s Dog?
"No amount of love will fix him. No amount of cuddling or even medicine will either."
Milder Than Usual Winter Predicted For Southeast Minnesota
This past winter was brutal. I was hoping it'd be an "easier" winter this year, and it looks like I might get my wish.
Val Tried Her First ‘Gluten-Free’ Item And This Is What Happened
I just couldn't do it, captain, I DIDN'T HAVE THE POWER!
Dog Brawl In Downtown Rochester? – [WATCH]
Don't say little dogs can't put up a fight!
Why Does Summer’s ‘Cutest Handbag’ Smell So Bad!?
If you've ever shopped for anything online, you'll understand that sometimes you're disappointed when you receive the purchase, right?
Did You Know This Happens Inside Target Field Sunday Mornings?
You might be surprised to learn this because I sure was.
5 Things To Have On Your ‘Rochester Summer Bucket List’
Sure, Minnesota gets cold in the winter. Our winters can last pretty long too! But that doesn't stop us from taking advantage of every bit of summer we do have!
Rochester Radio Stars Take Over Target Field – [PHOTOS]
Few things are better during a Minnesota summer than the sound of a wooden bat cracking a baseball on a sunny, seventy-degree day.