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!
Ten Things Everyone Should Do Before Hiring A Contractor
Here are ten tips before you sign on the dotted line for any work you have done this spring by a contractor.
Blooming Prairie Homicide Suspect Caught On Video In FL
On Monday a Florida Sheriff's Office released surveillance video of Riess at a Florida bar.
Weather Related Closings for April 15th & 16th
A list of closures for Sunday, April 15th
A Cute Name For A Scary Children’s Disease
Information on a newer children's disease that virtually no one has ever heard about.
Best Buy Customers Should Watch Their Credit Report
MN retailer Best Buy recently stated that a 3rd party they use suffered a data breach and customers payment information could have been stolen.
Two Local Educators Up For Teacher Of The Year Award
A teacher from Medford Elementary and Faribault are up for the honor of being named Teacher of the Year here in Minnesota.
MnDOT Reveals Local 2018 Construction Projects
This summer as usual there will be plenty of orange on area road ways. Here are two projects that affect your summer commute!
Don’t forget your FREE pizza today!
Today is the day for the free at this pizza chain!
Easter Can Be Dangerous For Your Pets
Easter is a fun time for a lot of people, make sure it's a good time as well for your pets, here are some things to avoid this weekend.
Another reason why we need to get our steps in!
A recent study shared by The Telegraph showed that it takes just TWO weeks of sedentary office behavior to put yourself at risk for Type-2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.