Hello! My name is Molly, and I'm very excited to be in the great state of North Dakota, which according to Yelp, is one of two Dakotas.
I hail from right outside Washington D.C., where I developed a love for politics at a young age. I spent a summer working on the hill, learning the ins and outs of our system of government.
My TV career began in high school, with a cable access talk show that only my grandma watched.
During my college years at American University, I worked as a web reporter for NBC Washington, covering restaurant openings, protests, and other things my grandma found interesting.
After graduation, I moved to Montreal, Canada for a year where I worked as a correspondent for a music podcast.
I then packed my bags for Europe, and became an elementary school English teacher in Paris, France. The kids were adorable, and very bad at English, which I now realize was probably my fault.
When my VISA ran up, I moved to San Francisco, California. There, I worked as a web producer for KRON 4 News, before accepting a writing job at KPIX 5.
While in San Francisco, I met the love of my life.
It's the oatmeal cookie ice-cream sandwich called It's-It. Forget the bridge and Alcatraz, go to San Francisco just to eat one.
I left the Bay Area to pursue my dream of being a reporter, which landed me here in Bismarck. I'm extremely excited to be here, and am grateful for the wonderful people I've met so far.
Alex van der Zwaan was charged Feb. 16 for making false statements about his communications with former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates.
Joshua Castellon was being held on a gun charge and police planned to charge him in the killings of two homeless men and the shootings of two others, which appear random.
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School students have become powerful gun reform advocates. Experts say it's because they've never known a world without mass shootings.
About 100 students traveled by bus to Tallahassee on Tuesday to convince lawmakers to enact change after 17 people were killed in a mass shooting at a high school.
Fifteen-year-old Peter Wang, who was killed while trying to help classmates escape from a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, was posthumously accepted to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point on Tuesday "for his heroic actions on Feb. 14, 2018."