Colin is a morning anchor/reporter for WCCO-AM.
A Minnesota native, Colin comes from KTAR-FM in Phoenix, where he covered the Supreme Court hearings on the state’s controversial immigration bill and the recovery of wounded Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, among other stories. He also hosted a news-talk program.
Before that, Colin was an anchor/reporter in the political-rich state of Ohio. He covered the contentious presidential elections of 2004 and 2008, where presidential candidates made several visits to try and earn the Buckeye State’s coveted 20 electoral votes.
He graduated with a degree in Political Science from The Ohio State University. He attended Apple Valley High School.
When not at work, Colin enjoys the Twin Cities’ endless good restaurants and golf courses. He’s a sports fanatic (Vikings season ticket holder) who enjoys the variety of the Vikes, Twins, Gophers, Wild and Wolves. He’s also a horse-racing enthusiast.
Colin’s parents and grandparents live in the south metro area. He’s happy to be home!
More than 40 Twin Cities runners gathered on St. Anthony main on Monday, jogging along the Mississippi River to honor the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
While a record-breaking April snowfall is easing the pain of Minnesota’s extended drought, a new report suggests our water use simply isn’t sustainable.
A Twin Cities golf course popular for players of all ages has had its last round. Parkview Golf Course, Eagan’s only 18-hole course, will not open this spring and instead will begin its conversion into a housing development.
Unseasonably chilly weather could make for a historically late ice-out date on Lake Minnetonka. And businesses along Minnetonka’s shoreline have been squeezed by our unusual cold.
A combination of freezing rain and wet, heavy snow brought down trees and power lines in Worthington on Wednesday, leaving much of the Southwest Minnesota town without electricity or heat.
It’s been a week since the Minnesota Hoarding Task Force was launched, aiming to curb a problem that is puzzlingly high profile yet often ignored.
A slow, snowy morning commute begs the question: Just how much time do Twin Cities drivers waste sitting in traffic? The answer might surprise you, in more than one way.
On a good night, “Cindy” can get a bottom bunk at Sally’s Place, a downtown Minneapolis homeless shelter for single women.
Three huge events — the return of the Minnesota Wild, the St. Paul Winter Carnival and Red Bull Crashed Ice — will give the city an economic shot in the arm. It’s a boost badly needed after three long months without hockey.
A Twin Cities man will climb Africa’s highest mountain next week to raise awareness for a global yet often overlooked problem.
On a sleepy Apple Valley street just a few miles West of the Minnesota Zoo, is one of the Twin Cities’ finer holiday light displays — a spectacular show of color and motion, all synchronized to its very own radio station.
The leader of the campaign that defeated a gay marriage ban in Minnesota says the group will now push to legalize gay marriage in the legislative session that starts next month.
Former Minnesota Congressman Tim Penny isn’t the first and won’t be the last person to express his disgust with the ongoing fiscal cliff mess.
Apple’s tablet will soon be an everyday necessity for students in Farmington schools. By the end of the school year, the district will provide an iPad2 or iPad Mini to all of its 7,330 students and their teachers.
Target is not backing down from its decision to open at 9 p.m. on Thanksgiving night, despite the opposition of some 340,000 people who signed an online petition.