Robin Wolfram returned to the TV market where it all began for her. "I'm blessed to have had many wonderful and exciting opportunities in my life and career, but I've come to realize that I'm happiest at home. My sister lives here in Rochester and my parents are still in North Iowa where I was born and raised."
Robin anchors the 5:00 evening news and co-anchors the 6 and 10 newscasts with Tom Overlie.
Over the course of her career, Robin has worked as a news anchor for KMSP Fox 9 in Minneapolis-St. Paul, WTHR-TV in Indianapolis, KIMT-TV in Mason City, Iowa, and WQAD-TV in Moline, Illinois.
In addition, she hosted a design show called Room for Change on the popular HGTV network as well as hosted two specials for ABC.
Her love of design flourished from there and as a hobby, launched a home design business while living in the Twin Cities.
She's still active in design and also enjoys container gardening for every season! "I have to have a creative outlet to channel all this extra energy I have."
Just prior to joining KTTC, Robin was the Director of Development and Public Relations for the non-profit organization TreeHouse, which provides services to at-risk youth and their families.
She's also been active over the years with the Children's Miracle Network, Cystic Fibrosis Society, the Animal Humane Society, and Life's Missing Link.
Robin was honored with an Emmy for her anchor work at KMSP in Minneapolis; she was named "Best Weekend Anchor" and "Rising Star" by Indianapolis Monthly magazine while at WTHR; and her work was awarded Best Series Reporting from the Iowa Broadcasters Association while working at KIMT.
Wolfram is a native of Ventura, Iowa, and a Cum Laude graduate of Marycrest College and the University of Iowa earning a B.A. degree in Communications in 1989.
In 1987, as Miss Iowa, she represented her home state in the Miss America Scholarship Pageant.
Robin and her two "kids" Willis, an 85 lb Goldendoodle and Mr. Magoo, a 17 lb (overweight) Silky Terrier are thrilled to be home!
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