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|Kim Johnson joined the WCCO-TV team in May 2014. You can find her anchoring WCCO This Morning Monday through Friday. She also anchors WCCO 4 News at Noon and contributes on the WCCO Mid-Morning show.
As a native of Maple Grove, covering stories in her home state has always been a dream. For Kim, there’s no better place to do it than WCCO. She interned here while attending the University of Minnesota.
Throughout her career, Kim’s peers have honored her with the prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow award for her emotionally candid stories of breast cancer survivors. Her undercover investigations have stopped retail stores from selling FDA-banned drugs. Her relentless questioning forced city leaders to finally fix a sewer pipe in a low-income Duluth neighborhood that had been flooding people’s basements for more than a decade. Kim’s work has earned her three Emmy Awards. She was also privileged to participate in the William Randolph Hearst National Television Broadcast News Competition.
Kim has covered the gamut from forest fires, the 35W Minneapolis bridge collapse to traveling with a local civil rights leader all the way to Washington D.C. for President Obama’s Inauguration. Kim’s thirst to cover the big political stories is partly what led her to Iowa just in time for the 2012 Republican Presidential caucuses where Kim produced and anchored a live newscast from caucus headquarters, giving viewers the latest numbers on the fly.
Kim is a big believer is giving back. When she’s not working in the newsroom, you can find her volunteering with one of her favorite charities: the Minnesota Ovarian Cancer Alliance or the American Cancer Society.
She also craves the outdoors. So if you see her on the running trail, ski slopes or sipping a hoppy IPA on an outdoor patio, make sure to say hi! Kim is always looking for great story ideas. You can contact her at email@example.com.
During summer, Minnesotans love to be outside.We found plenty to do outdoors this weekend, including a parade, fireworks, live music and more if you are Workin’ for the Weekend.
It’s a short work week for many of you, but that doesn’t mean you are not Workin’ for the Weekend already. Kim Johnson found there is a lot going on in the Twin Cities if you’re looking for something to do.
It’s midsummer and a national food holiday is just around the corner.
In addition to Twin Cities Pride, there is a new exhibit at Como Zoo, a way to honor those killed in the Vietnam War and an event that is sure to draw people to Eagan.
If you are looking for something to do with dad this weekend, WCCO This Morning has your Father’s Day plans covered.
Who is ready for the weekend? After a long work-week you might be ready to have some fun. WCCO This Morning found things to do if you’re into music, baseball or art fairs if you are Workin’ for the Weekend.
June marks the official start of summer, which is cause for celebration in itself. But it’s also a great time to save money in retail.
It’s the first weekend of June and you can certainly say festival season is just getting started.
There’s plenty do to this weekend, whether you like art, hamburgers or have always wanted a chance to break a world record.
This week, WCCO This Morning heads into the classroom of Joel Sakry at Andover Elementary school. His main mission is for his kindergartners to have fun while learning.
It’s a big weekend in Minnesota: The Fishing Opener is Saturday and Mother’s Day is Sunday. Plus, there are all these events for you to check out if you are Workin’ for the Weekend!
Snoring, sleep talking or hogging the blankets can make sleeping with another person impossible. The National Sleep Foundation found some married couples choose to get a better night’s rest by sleeping apart.
There are a ton of events to celebrate the Kentucky Derby, Cinco de Mayo and May Day.
For the first time, there’s an at-home test to show a woman’s risk for ovarian cancer. MAGENTA is a free, nationwide clinical trial for women at risk for breast or ovarian cancer.
With Mother’s Day and Memorial, there are plenty of reasons why retailers will be competing for your business in the month of May.
From a warm-weather race to a spring art crawl, check out what there is to do this weekend!
We all have those Facebook friends who might need a lesson in social media. A teacher in Savage is doing it right, educating her kids at an early age how to use it properly.
The story of how a local country singer bought a rundown club in Sauk Rapids and turned it around could be a country song itself.
Whether you love to shop, look at cars, or sip beer, we found a good mix of things to do over the next couple of days!
There are some great events taking place in the Twin Cities, including a circus with elephants and a chance to run a race on the field of TCF Bank Stadium.
We know first graders can have a lot of energy. However, in Mrs. Annelise Aaro’s class at Lake Elmo Elementary, they are focused and calm. How she uses her love of yoga to benefit students is what makes Mrs. Aaro an Excellent Educator.
The weather in April may be hard to predict, but the month’s best sales don’t have to be. Chrysa Duran from ThrfityJinxy.com shares how to save at the store or the garage sale.
We found fun ways to celebrate the holiday, and one event you can partake in each day during the month of April.
A wrestling coach in the Twin Cities is leading by example for her students on and off the mat.
As we transition from winter to spring, your hobbies may change as well. We are embarking on riding and running season.