Val grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (yep – she’s a Steelers fan, but she’s warmed up to the Vikings) and graduated from Point Park University in 2012. She’s been part of CBS Radio in Pittsburgh, Studstill Media in Illinois and now calls the Med City home! She and her husband, Will, enjoy Rochester’s craft beers and wine, hiking, and city/country balance. She also has a cat named Pantera – an adorable, long-haired black cat with green eyes! If you want to talk cats (or any animal really), hiking, movies, concerts, or pizza, Val is your girl!
Nothing Rocks More Than Going to Rock USA For Free
The Rock USA lineup is STACKED this year. If you're itching to get to Wisconsin for the show this summer, we're ready to help you out!
Have You Seen This Missing Lake Pepin Boater?
He's been missing since April. If you're keeping track, it's already June.
5 Minutes Inside This Minnesota ‘Quiet Place’ Will Freak You Out
It's the quietest place in the world, and it's right here in Minnesota.
How To Brush Your Teeth In A Minnesota Metal Band – [WATCH]
In their own words, "just say no to gingivitis."
How One Rochester Student Used Her Graduation Speech To Take a Stand Against Gun Violence …
Last week, I was offered the chance to meet a local Rochester student doing "big things" for local youth.
Would You Stay In This Minnesota Tiny House ‘Up North’?
I've got to admit, I've been obsessed with tiny homes ever since I saw them on HGTV.
These Streets Are Getting Re-Paved In Rochester This Summer
We're in the middle of one of two seasons Minnesota sees each year: construction season!
Did You Know This Happens Inside Target Field Sunday Mornings?
You might be surprised to learn this because I sure was.
5 Things To Have On Your ‘Rochester Summer Bucket List’
Sure, Minnesota gets cold in the winter. Our winters can last pretty long too! But that doesn't stop us from taking advantage of every bit of summer we do have!
New Rochester Recovery House Given Greenlight
The definition of "recovery" is returning to a "normal" state of mind. But what's normal anyway? More importantly, what's your normal? How do you get back to it? One new Rochester organization is aiming to help those in recovery answer that.