Molly Ringberg

News Producer

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I grew up in Bayfield, Wisconsin, on Lake Superior. I’m a captain’s daughter, with a passion for sailing and photography. After graduating from high school, I moved to La Crosse to attend UWL. I graduated in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Professional and Organizational Communication, and a minor in photography. I started at News 8 as a photojournalist before becoming a producer. From day one, I’ve taken on many challenges and opportunities at the station. I’ll always be a Northwoods girl, but I’ve grown roots in this community, and it’s the place I call home.

Favorite movie: Pulp Fiction, Lords of Dogtown

Motto: “What do we live for if not to make life less difficult for others?” -George Eliot

Pizza: Pineapple, Canadian bacon, and sauerkraut.

Favorite way to spend days off: Sleeping in!

What do I like about my job: The people I work with. From day one I felt like part of the team. They are, by far, the best co-workers, and some of my best friends.

Best day at work: Two hours into my first day. That’s when I realized working in news is the career I want to pursue.

Favorite food: Ben & Jerry’s Phish Food ice cream. Chocolate ice cream with gooey marshmallow swirls, caramel, and fish-shaped chocolate pieces….yum!

Something I’m bad at but would like to be better: Rollerblading. I’m not sure why, I just wish I could do it. I’ve tried a few times…it didn’t go well.

Articles

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin optimistic about future under President Biden's administration

City leaders, residents oppose U-Haul's plans for former Kmart building

$400,000 fundraising campaign supports 'Random Acts of Kindness' program in La Crosse schools

Generous donation from Mayo Clinic helps fund Salvation Army's mental health programming

Wafer Mobile Food Pantry truck vandalized over weekend

"What is the cost of inequality?" Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration keynote speaker calls for 'radical' policy change

Viterbo University hosts Black history guided tour for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Minnesota launches community COVID-19 vaccine pilot program

La Crosse Co. Health Dept. to host radon awareness webinar Tuesday

Coming up this weekend: WI DNR hosts two days of free fishing

2021 'Pharmacist Day' highlights efforts to vaccinate community

La Crosse Center renovation project still on schedule

At least 105 COVID-19 cases in La Crosse CO. linked to holiday parties, in-person church services

Trempealeau Community Heritage Society starts repairs on Village Hall & Museum after car crashes into building

"Where's my money?": Millions of Americans still waiting for $600 stimulus checks

Talking to kids about U.S. Capitol violence

'Waking Up White' regional read examines white privilege, uncovers unconscious biases

'We are blessed to be alive': UW Health doctor recovers from COVID-19, urges survivors to donate convalescent plasma

La Crosse Co. Health Dept. to host radon awareness webinar

Prairie Du Chien Mayo Clinic staff roll up their sleeves for the COVID-19 vaccine

Wafer Food Pantry finds unique way to safely distribute food through the winter months

Year-end tax tips: Standard or itemized deductions?

Gundersen, Mayo both vaccinate over 1,000 staff members since receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Great Rivers United Way sees ten percent drop in campaign contributions

Mother and daughter spend Christmas together working on the frontlines

The perfect gift: Galesville family celebrates the birth of their daughter on Christmas Day

Common injuries to avoid this holiday season

Generous donations help Salvation Army reach Red Kettle Campaign goal

Staying safe during holiday gatherings

Local families receive special delivery from La Crosse Area YMCA

Preventing pipes from freezing this winter

Free Christmas trees for frontline workers

Dahl Automotive donates $100 to Hunger Task Force for every Hyundai, Mazda sold

Solar technology gives La Crosse students new learning opportunities

Petition calls on La Crosse leaders to end homelessness by 2025

Memorial service honors lives of homeless, formerly homeless people who died in our community this year

Community Christmas Tree stands tall outside Christ Episcopal Church

As liquor sales increase, health experts warn of excessive drinking

WI sees 23% increase in fatal crashes due to impaired driving

'Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over' holiday highway safety campaign kicked off Friday and runs through January first. 

'Live From La Crosse' to host free virtual comedy show Saturday