I graduated from Brown College in 2013 with an Associates of Applied Science degree in broadcasting in 2013. Before arriving in Faribault, I had stops in Albert Lea and in the Twin Cities. I recently married my wife Jill and have three cats (Scrappy, Hamilton Alexander III, and Yukon Cornelious) and a dog (Grom). I enjoy snowmobiling when we have enough snow, heading up to Central Minnesota to visit my in-laws' cabin, and Twins baseball. You should be aware that I am also a Chicago Blackhawks fan…sorry Wild fans. I also enjoy a good beer and trying a new restaurant. Feel free to find me on Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat!
March Leaving Like A Lamb, April Starts Off Wet
March should wrap up rather quiet weather-wise. April looks to start off wet in the most recent 10-day forecast, and we might be seeing above average precipitation over the next month.
Southern Minnesota Post Office Closed Due To Safety Concerns
The New Prague Post Office will be closed and service temporarily moved to Belle Plaine after safety concerns were found.
Southern Minnesota Man Charged After Calling Woman 200 Times
A Southern Minnesota man has been charged after making 200 calls to a female victim over a period of 14 days at various times.
New Scam In Southern Minnesota Targeting Hispanic Individuals
A new scam that is making the rounds in Southern Minnesota seems to be targeting Hispanic individuals
Infant Cough Syrup Sold At Dollar General Stores Being Recalled
A popular infant cough syrup, sold at Dollar General stores nationwide, is being recalled as it may cause vomiting and or diarrhea.
Can You Get A Ticket For Dodging Potholes?
They are everywhere right now, but can you get a ticket for dodging a pothole?
Missing Wisconsin Girl Could Be in Minnesota, Suspect Caught
Wisconsin Police are still searching for a 2-year-old girl. Wisconsin authorities believe she could be in Minnesota.
Bacon-Centric Restaurant Opening In Minnesota This Spring
Bacon lovers will be flocking to this recently announced addition to downtown Minneapolis
Minnesota Health Department Responds to Good Samaritan Complaint Rumors
A false letter to the editor/Facebook post has led to a person possibly dying of 1,000 cuts. How do I know it is false? I simply called the agencies involved.
With All This Snow, Probability of Flooding Increases
The National Weather Service's latest spring flood outlook has put the Cannon River here in Rice County at a 72% likelihood of reaching minor flooding this spring.