She will be joining Jason DeRusha on the CBS affiliate's Morning Show.
If you're not aware, the two are married.
He is one of the Twin Cities' most respected political reporters.
He's accused of hitting a WCCO photojournalist's phone out of his hand as he recorded a confrontation between the suspect and Joe Biden supporters.
Well-wishes are pouring in from his fellow journalists.
Brett Hoffland has been undergoing chemotherapy.
The usual parade can't go ahead due to COVID-19.
The Minnesota native is leaving local TV.
Mike Augustyniak was in the Warehouse District Monday morning.
Viewers using AT&T's DirecTV and U-Verse in multiple cities no longer have access to CBS programming.
They'll all be on the radio playing a game.
Martin replaces John Focke, who was hired to broadcast for the Charlotte Hornets.
The popular Twin Cities broadcaster will host the show on Thursday.
Guentzel says she has big plans for what's next.
Max has been the No. 2 to Rosen for years.
It's hard not to cry watching his final moments.
The emotional fireworks will be on display during his final newscasts Thursday night.
His original plan was to retire after the Final Four in April.