Fox 9's Robyne Robinson on life after the anchor desk
St. Paul, Minn. — Long-time FOX 9 news anchor Robyne Robinson will end her hosting duties this week. Originally, she planned to devote more time to her growing jewelry business, but this week, other plans have emerged.
Robinson says she's considering an offer from DFL gubernatorial candidate Matt Entenza to be his running mate.
That could make Minnesota's first African-American senior news anchor a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.
To talk about her 20-year career at KMSP television -- and her political prospects -- Robyne Robinson joined All Things Considered host Tom Crann in the studio.