Edward Moody joined WCCO-TV as a reporter and weekend anchor in August 2012.
A native of Kansas City, Mo., Edward has actually worked in Minnesota before. He worked as a morning anchor in Duluth, Minn., but his most recent job was working as an anchor/reporter at Fox59 in Indianapolis.
He also worked at WHAM-TV in Rochester, N.Y. for three years.
Edward graduated from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a Degree in Communication Studies. Over the course of his career Edward has covered everything from the Red Lake school shootings in northern Minnesota to the disappearance of IU student Lauren Spierer, and has interviewed such notables as Caroline Kennedy, Operation Desert Storm commander Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf and Martin Luther King III.
Edward has had the journalism bug since he was 10 years old, when he was hired as an anchor/reporter for the nationally syndicated, Emmy Award-winning kids’ magazine show “The What’s Up Network.”
At this year’s state fair, you can learn everything you’d ever want to know about Minnesota wine country.
The Minnesota State Fair may be for many a time to gorge on deep fried foods, or to check out the latest farm equipment, or to take a sip on one of the thrilling Mighty Midway rights. But it’s also a good time to get exposure to environmental issues affecting Minnesota.
The fight against cancer is frightening and difficult especially for children. But a local event — the largest of its kind in the country — is allowing kids to help each other. Edward Moody was live in Bloomington Thursday morning with more on the Miracles Of Mitch Foundation and its MiracleKids Triathlon.
A Twin Cities dog trainer is out to change the way we train our dogs. Her company, DogSense Unleashed, promises easy step-by-step training anytime, anywhere.
Twin sisters in St. Paul are making a big splash around the world with their custom-made mermaid tails. The colorful, life-like tails are selling for thousands of dollars all around the world.
Children and adults with disabilities don’t always get the same experiences as those without them, especially when it comes to summer camp. But a new partnership is helping thousands of people with disabilities have a fun-filled summer. There’s a very special camp in Eden Prairie, where everyone is a “True Friend.”
Our childhood days of playing “construction” in a sandbox are back. A company in Hastings is offering up real construction equipment and plenty of sand for the experience of a lifetime.
The Fourth of July can be scary for your dog. The loud bang of fireworks and even the bright lights in the sky can make your pet stressed and anxious. Vicki Bjore with Chuck and Don’s stopped by the WCCO This Morning show on Wednesday to provide some tips on how to keep your dog safe and calm during fireworks.
What started as a class project at St. Thomas has become a national movement. Love Your Melon is a nonprofit, allowing college students to bring even just a little joy to children fighting cancer. And it’s literally now a movement.
A fifth generation Minnesota dairy farm is now a national model for sustainable farming. Marshik’s Dairy Farm in Pierz, Minn., is award-winning for its energy efficiency. WCCO-TV’s Edward Moody checked out how it’s also taking dairy into the future.
A picnic is a great excuse to get out and enjoy the summer weather. But sometimes we can get stuck in a rut with what to make and ways to keep it healthy.
You know those old toys you or maybe your parents have held onto? This week they could make you a little extra money. The Minneapolis Vintage Toy Buying Show lets you bring in old toys in any condition for cash.
Honeybees are helping to change the lives of some Minnesotans living with disabilities. Just last year, Midwest Special Services in Shoreview started a bee keeping program for its clients, making a sweet difference in their lives.
Getting outside with your dog is one of the best ways to keep both of you active and fit. But there can be dangers outside for your furry best friend — even in your own backyard.
Now that the light rail’s new Green Line is up and running, some businesses in St. Paul are hoping it’ll pay off. Not the least among them, food trucks. Many local food trucks don’t spend much time in St. Paul but that could soon be changing.