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.
Meet a family giving little red collapsible wagons to families of pediatric cancer patients following their own son's death.
Pete Vorhes is the pilot who spotted missing hiker Amanda Eller after she was lost for 17 days in a forest on the island.
One of the families touched by the many donations brought in from Kid's Cup is the Bos family, of Rochester. 4-year-old Christian Bos is battling leukemia.
From Mayo Clinic to Olmsted Medical Center Kid's Cup donations impact so many organizations in Rochester, including the OMC Women's Health Pavilion.
Phyllis Helgeson has been volunteering her time and efforts to the Mayo Clinic since 1987.
It's not your typical day at the office for two southeastern Minnesota pilots. Instead of flying people to and from vacation the duo transports some of Mayo Clinic's most important cargo: it's patients and medical teams.
"This is going to create so many memories for him to talk about, especially when he is going through the storm."
The real question though, are the items you're purchasing bringing you joy? Do the items you already own bring you joy? How you can declutter your life and find joy.
Meet two families living states way who are connected by a deadly disease, the Mayo Clinic, and the generosity of one man. It's a story you'll only see here on KIMT News 3.
This week a Mayo Clinic Orthopedic Surgeon is in Israel making memories and beautiful music with his oboe. He is playing in a concert hosted by the World Doctor's Orchestra to help ill children.