Rachel Slavik joined the WCCO team in October of 2010 and is thrilled to be back in her hometown.
Rachel spent the last three years in the sweltering heat of Baton Rouge, La. She anchored, produced, and reported at WVLA. During her time in the Deep South, she covered Hurricane Gustav, the BP oil spill, and on the weekends, tried to master the art of southern cooking.
Prior to that, she worked at KBJR in Duluth. There, she learned that you’ve never truly experienced winter until you’ve spent a cold January night in Embarrass, Minn.
In her spare time, you’ll find Rachel training for a marathon or half marathon, cooking and spending time with her dog, Butters.
If you have a story idea, send it her way.
A Wisconsin father who admitted to killing his three little girls is heading to trial Monday.
A new airline carrier is bringing hundreds of new job opportunities to the Twin Cities.
This Easter weekend, you can take your little ones to see the little ones at the Minnesota Zoo, which debuts this year’s new additions this weekend.
With this long winter, a lot of us have cabin fever and are ready to be outdoors. What better way to prepare for the spring and summer than to visit the Northwest Sportshow?
We’ve all heard the plea to donate blood. But it’s not just humans who need it during an emergency or surgery.
Several days of sub-zero temperatures this winter weren’t enough to keep dozens of vehicles from breaking through the ice on the state’s lakes and rivers.
Cody Varney nearly died last March when the vehicle he was riding in rolled three times on a Wisconsin roadway. Now, he’s hoping to educate other teen drivers on the dangers behind the wheel.
Steady rain on Saturday has forced MnDOT to close a 10-mile stretch Highway 169 south from St. Peter to Mankato until Sunday.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue has a warning for anyone who uses a popular brand of software to file their taxes.
With warmer weather in the forecast this weekend, law enforcement are putting out a reminder of the dangers of thin ice.
With the boys state hockey tournament less than a week away, young athletes are looking for any opportunity to hone their skills on the ice.
A disagreement over a parking spot ended in felony property damage charges for one Farmington teen.
Victims of child sexual abuse were at the state capitol Thursday, fighting to change a Minnesota law that would allow survivors more time to take civil action.
The section game for Mound Westonka Whitehawks fell short of expectations with a season-ending loss – due in part because the team itself was short players.
It has been an incredibly difficult day for many in the Oakdale community.
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