Annalisa Pardo

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Title: Multimedia journalist

Annalisa is a multimedia journalist excited to call Rochester her new home. Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, Annalisa moved to Los Angeles where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Loyola Marymount University. She more recently received her Master of Science in Broadcast and Digital Journalism from the esteemed S.I. Newhouse School at Syracuse University. While at Newhouse, Annalisa was part of the AP award-winning news/magazine morning show, “Mornings on the Hill.” She also has experience reporting in Washington D.C., as an intern for Fresno’s KSEE-TV and KGPE-TV.

When Annalisa is not reporting, she enjoys dancing, reading, and spending time with her friends and family!

Annalisa is excited to join the Minnesota-Iowa community and to be part of the KIMT team. Email story ideas, anything you want her to look into, or just say hi at

Twitter: @Annalisa_Pardo

Recent Posts by Annalisa Pardo

Dover-Eyota has a paw-sitive approach to helping students with stress

The Middle and High School has its own therapy dog, Charlie.

Woman injured after car strikes pedestrian in Albert Lea

Authorities are investigating a crash that resulted in one person being transported by ambulance to Mayo Clinic Health System in Albert Lea.

Looking Ahead: Eyota makes effort to keep city’s only grocery store open

The only store in town is in jeopardy of closing, but the city and community are coming together to help keep its doors open.

Rochester comes together to honor loved restaurant owner

There’s an out-pour of support from the restaurant industry and community members for late Nicci Sylvester.

Rochester toy store makes sure all kids can visit Santa

ABC Toy Zone in Rochester is hosting special Santa visits so kids who may need quieter, calmer settings can tell him what's on their lists.

Donate to Red Kettles on credit card

Rochester Salvation Army takes efforts to make up for lost donations.

Authorities make arrest after missing Mason City girl is located

After months of searching, Mason City Police locate Tala Schaal.

What to do when emergency vehicles come up, on icy roads

Winter roads and construction can make it even more difficult for first responders to get to a scene. Rochester Fire Department has some tips to make sure everyone stays safe.

Religious sect asks churches and members to take political action this holiday season

The United Church of Christ is asking its members to help refugees this holiday season.

President H.W. Bush and Mrs. Bush have strong ties to Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic is honoring the late president by lighting the historic Plummer building red, white, and blue on Wednesday, December 5.

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