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Kate Raddatz joined the WCCO-TV team in April 2013, but it wasn’t her first time inside the newsroom. She worked as the “Good Question” intern in college. An Excelsior native and proud Gopher grad, she’s thrilled to be telling stories in the place she grew up.
Kate came to WCCO from WBAY-TV, the market leading news station in northeast Wisconsin. There she covered the Gubernatorial recall election from campaign headquarters, the mass shooting at the Milwaukee Sikh temple, and filled in as a sports reporter during the NFL season.
Growing up, Kate had her sights set on Broadway. She’s had the opportunity to perform at the Pantages Theater, Carnegie Hall, and for the Minnesota Twins, Timberwolves, and Gophers. In high school, her song writing transitioned to news writing and she never looked back. You can still find her singing around town today, though!
Kate lives in Minneapolis where you’ll often find her reading in a coffee shop or running along the lakes with her husband, John. Kate is passionate about sports, fitness, and giving back.
She’s always looking for story ideas. You can contact her here.
Thousands of runners and families are taking part in a new event Saturday morning to remember Jacob Wetterling, 27 years after he was kidnapped.
As the Minnesota Lynx look to finish off the Los Angeles Sparks Thursday night at Target Center, fans should know that the ticket situation is unique.
Three men in Kansas have been charged with trying to bomb an apartment complex, home to Somali immigrants.
Congressman Erik Paulsen and Former Governor Tim Pawlenty have joined other members of their party in denouncing Donald Trump.
Prosecutors say a Minnesota man stalked his ex-girlfriend by planting a GPS on her car and repeatedly trying to get her pulled over for drinking and driving.
Doctors say a Twin Cities man has made a miraculous recovery after a hit-and-run accident left him fighting for his life.
The Ryder Cup is expected to generate around $150 million into the local economy, the highest of any previous Ryder Cup tournament.
An Eden Prairie family is in shock after two sisters were found dead while on a trip to Africa.
After being trapped in the woods, a hunter and his dog were rescued thanks to the help of new technology.
After a soggy week, southern Minnesota is preparing for another wet night. Flood watches and warnings have already been posted.
An incident involving Brad Pitt being “out of control” on a tarmac after a flight from France occurred at a Minnesota airport, according to TMZ.
Three people have been hospitalized after a medical helicopter crash early Saturday morning in central Minnesota.
Frightening moments for some central Minnesota students on a school bus have gone viral.
Employees heard from the CEO and they also got to hear a few surprise performances from some major artists.
A Twin Cities Uber driver is accused of trying to kidnap a young woman he picked up on the job.
Critics are concerned about costs, privatizing public land, and park jobs, as the foundation would take over administering the new activities in the park.
Parents stopping by the St. Joe Meat market remembered a time when kids used to play outside until the late hours.
A Twin Cities construction company has put its first modular home for sale in North Minneapolis.
Members of the Minnesota Nurses Association and Allina Health met once more for negotiations Friday before nurses officially strike on Monday.
The Minnesota State Fair is fun but it can be a little costly for families. Luckily there are several items you can get for free.
Dressed in purple pride on Tuesday, Vikings fans had a tough time enjoying The Great Minnesota Get Together after word of Teddy Bridgewater’s injury spread.
The city of Minneapolis is hoping a gun buyback program will help curb violent crime.
Hearing experts are asking fans to take precautions to protect their ears when they go to major events at U.S. Bank Stadium.
The new U.S. Bank Stadium is getting some harsh reviews after its first concert.
Target is launching a new campaign to make the school year a little better.