THIS OR THAT
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.
The family of a 14-year-old boy that was hit by a distracted driver is speaking out tonight.
One person is hospitalized after a shooting outside a downtown Minneapolis bar Saturday night.
A hot housing market is making finding a home inspector another hurdle in the home-buying process.
If you’re just passing by, you might take Hazel’s Northeast for another one of those trendy “fern bars” that seem to be popping up all over the neighborhood.
Forest Lake city council officials say a tentative deal was reached Wednesday with the police officers’ union.
An investigation is underway at St. Thomas Academy after a former faculty member was fired. The headmaster sent a letter to parents Monday night informing them that the employee had been fired, and a police investigation is underway.
Nahom started going to Fraser’s Eagan location last September — and he has shown dramatic improvement.
A teenager is dead after a fiery crash in Maple Grove. The Minnesota State Patrol says the crash happened Friday night just before 10 p.m.
Your votes sent Kate Raddatz to Walker, which is also home to the best American Legion and best golf hole in Minnesota.
All month long we are sharing stories about the organization that will benefit from your donations to our Pulling Together campaign.
A Minnesota family is on a mission to spread the word about an organization that gave their son a better chance at life.
When you walk into the Waverly Cafe, you feel right at home. Maybe it’s the comfort food, or the coffee cups you can leave on the wall for your next visit.
Adrian Peterson is reporting that he is a New Orleans Saint. He confirmed it to ESPN Tuesday morning.
Minnesota is home to some of the best bike trails in the country, which means you’ll need a good bike to get around.
Police say an avid jogger is dead after he was hit and killed while out on a run in his neighborhood.
All nine candidates took part in the “Stand Up Minnesota Twin Cities Mayoral Forum” at the University of Minnesota.
Health officials are trying to spread the word about a law that allowing Minnesotans to purchase an opioid antidote without a prescription.
When you think of ramen, you probably think back to a nice, cheap meal in college, But we’re not talking about what you ate in the dorms.
Richard McIntosh wants people to remember his cousin for the type of man he was.
Sylvie Tikalsky is Joe’s now 17-year-old granddaughter. She wasn’t a driver at the time of his death, but she’s vowed to never text and driver. She hopes her peers will join her.
On Thursday, a group of unknown seniors at New Prague High School performed an early senior prank. A Post-It note was attached to each locker at the school, and on the note a positive message was written.
Attorneys for the St. Anthony police officer who shot and killed Philando Castile last summer want his trial moved to another county.
A Minnesota family’s search for a missing St. Cloud State University student has come to an end.
Police, FBI and university officials took questions from students, parents and staff as part of a panel Friday to talk about how the university handles hate speech and discrimination.
Tim Dorway had been the principal of Chanhassen High School since 2010.