Contact My FOX 47

Thank you for contacting My FOX 47 and sharing your thoughts with us. Please contact the appropriate department below and be sure to include your NAME, EMAIL & PHONE NUMBER along with your comment or question. Due to the volume of e-mail inquiries we receive, we may need a day or two to get back to you.

News Room
Tipline: 507-281-4747
Tollfree: 1-877-FOX47TV
Fax: 507-288-6278
news@myfox47.com

FOX 47 Main Station
507-252-4747 
Fax: 507-252-5050
6301 Bandel Road NW
Rochester, MN 55901

Vice President & General Manager
Bryce Caldwell
Phone: 507-288-4444
Email: bcaldwell@kttc.com

News Director
Michele Gors
507-535-8930
mgors@kttc.com

General Sales Manager
Luke Meyer
507-535-8987
lmeyer@myfox47.com

Program Manager
Danika Stagemeyer
507-535-8942
dstagemeyer@myfox47.com

Promotions Manager
Jennifer Janvrin
507-535-8952
promotions@myfox47.com

KXLT is operated by family-owned Quincy Media, Inc

Submit your news tip to the KTTC team
FOX 47 Forecast
Rochester
75°
Mason City
76°
Albert Lea
Decorah
Austin
Winona
59°
Fantastic Friday weather

Fantastic Friday weather

Our bright and mild weather spell continues today as we round out the workweek with more of the amazingly tranquil,

Connect with My FOX 47
Top Stories

‘The Bachelor’ star receives prison sentence after fatal crash

Former Bachelor star, Chris Soules, has agreed to a two-year suspended sentence for his role in the death of an

Rochester woman arrested for possession of stolen gun, RPD says

A Rochester woman was arrested after Rochester Police Department carried out a search warrant with the Burnsville Police department.

Fire crews battle blaze near Oronoco

Firefighters are calling a destroyed house near Oronoco “a complete loss.”

Woman speaks out after reporting Subway employee yelled racial and religious slurs while holding bread knife

Safia Abdullahi said she has dealt with racism time and time again, each time brushing it off. But it crossed

Mayo Clinic research shows having a dog is good for your heart

Good news if you have some furry friends, Mayo Clinic says that having a dog is associated with better cardiovascular