Katie Lange joined the team in April of 2018.
Katie Lange is Evening Anchor at KIMT-TV. A native of Minnesota, Katie got her passion for being a storyteller and performer at a young age. She grew up performing in choir, piano competitions, and theater starring as "Hot Lips Houlihan" in MASH.
Katie attended Bethany Lutheran College and University of Wisconsin-Superior. Katie has been nominated for 3 Upper Midwest Emmy's and is passionate about agricultural stories and education. Growing up on a fifth generation family-farm she enjoys sharing the victories and challenges of rural farmers and the communities they call home. Her TV career has given her a chance to work in Duluth and Rochester, Minnesota, as well as North Dakota, Kentucky and Colorado.
She enjoys spending time in the great outdoors with her Goldendoodle, Moose. Whether it's hiking, paddling, mountain biking, or camping Katie is active and always on the go.
"Every time we were together we were always laughing, smiling and having a good time," said Keegan Ulrichs, Caleb's younger brother.
"If one person sees this and is led to donate whether it is anonymously or whether they know someone then it is worth being here to have this discussion, because we need more donors."
"There's people who are very very difficult to match and finding that living donor is like finding a needle in a haystack. If I might have been that needle I couldn't help but make my way forward to the top of that stack," said Reuss.
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