Calyn Thompson joined the KIMT News 3 team in June of 2017 as a morning reporter and is now our weekend anchor.
Calyn Thompson joined the KIMT News 3 team in June of 2017 as a morning reporter. Even though an Iowa girl at heart, Calyn is excited to cover Rochester, MN.
Calyn attended Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa. She reported and anchored for the campus news show, “Cedar Valley Today.” She has been recognized by the Iowa Broadcast News Association and the Upper Midwest Regional Student Television Awards for her reporting and anchoring work. Calyn also interned at KCRG-TV9 News in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for two summers.
When she’s not covering the news, Calyn loves to spend time with family and friends, go boating, exercise, shop, and watch movies.
The campaign started Jan. 21 and will run through Feb. 16.
About 17 employees from IBM spent their day volunteering at a Bear Creek Services group home.
"People are still marching. People are still standing together. People are still coming together just not to celebrate him but to bring up the issues of injustice, bring up the issues of equality."
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Merchants Bank distributed 244 boxes to kids at Mayo Clinic Children's Center and the Ronald McDonald House.
Ron and Dianne Yanish are pledging to give $100,000 to the 2020 Rochester Cares Campaign.
There are more than 130 cities throughout Minnesota that are participating in the program.
Rochester is a very diverse city with many of its residents coming from many different countries. KIMT News 3 wanted to see how people are reacting to the latest developments with Iran.
Lydia Pankratz is one of 35 students selected by Northwestern Mutual to receive a scholarship.
After showing the city council one of the designs, the group is tasked to get more feedback from the community.