Brooke McKivergan is a multimedia journalist who started with us in December of 2017.
Brooke McKivergan is a multimedia journalist who started with us in December of 2017. She is from Columbus, Ohio, but is excited to call Rochester her new home. Brooke graduated with her bachelors in communication and a focus on the mass media from The University of Akron. During her time there, she was a reporter and anchor for the university's news station where she won an Emmy Award for news gathering and information. She was also a news reporter for the number one student-run radio station in the country, WZIP 88.1. Brooke was also one of five students chosen from the country to travel to the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas with Waskul TV to be part of a week-long live production. When Brooke is not chasing stories, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends and staying active. She is eager to learn what Minnesota and Iowa are all about and learn what 'Minnesota Nice' really means!
If you have a story idea, or just want to say hello, email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Commission went over brief highlights of the Annual Report but Police Chief Franklin went over how much the department has been engaging with the Rochester community.
The family-owned business is growing.
Wednesday night's forum aimed to teach parents and community members how to spot addiction and drug use before it comes too severe.
Hear from Rochester resident Linnea Schmid on why she plans on making a trip to the border.
Rochester's local government is taking a step forward in complete transparency.
The group gathered on Thursday night to write letters, make phone calls, and connect through social media to Rep. Jim Hagedorn.
The extra enforcement will last through January.
Fewer inmates are being held at the ADC than in the past several years.