KARE reporter Dylan Wohlenhaus is leaving for Land 'O Lakes

The award-winning reporter is getting out of the TV business.
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Minnesota native Dylan Wohlenhaus made his final appearance on KARE 11 Tuesday morning, ending his three-year run as a leading local news reporter and storyteller in the Twin Cities. 

Wohlenhaus, originally from Buffalo, Minnesota, made his announcement on Facebook, saying he's taking a job with Minnesota-based Land O'Lakes.  

"After a long thought out process I’ve decided to take off in a new direction and use my storytelling, media consulting and management abilities in the business world with a great Minnesota company, and a company that has connections to my family farming background, Land O’Lakes." 

He added that "it's just time" and that he's "leaving with a sense of fulfillment." 

Prior to his time with KARE, Wohlenhaus worked at TV stations in Washington and North Dakota.

He's an Emmy-winning and 5-time Edward R. Murrow-awarded journalist.

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Wohlenhaus' departure comes after a series of changes in the Twin Cities TV market.

Tim McNiff changed roles at KARE, in addition to KSTP's Bill Lunn leaving and meteorologist Kylie Bearse saying goodbye to WCCO for a station in Denver. 

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