Dylan Wohlenhaus is two time Emmy and five time Edward R. Murrow winning journalist. He’s currently with KARE 11 in Minneapolis Minnesota where he is a reporter and content generator.
Throughout his career in news he’s harnessed the fundamentals of what it means to be an effective communicator, creative writer and storyteller. Dylan has a proven record in cultivating relationships and keeping them.
His work has taken him to North Dakota for coverage on the Dakota Access Pipeline in 2016. Phoenix Arizona for Super Bowl 49 where stayed for 10 days and performed multiple live reports for various newscasts.
Dylan also traveled to Denver Colorado February of 2014 where he covered the marijuana industry and what people in Washington can expect when marijuana shops open this summer. In 2013 Dylan traveled to Washington D.C. to cover Spokane native SSG. Ty Carter receiving the Medal Of Honor from President Obama. For his work in D.C. Dylan was nominated for a 2014 NATAS Emmy and won a Regional Edward R. Murrow. Dylan was also nominated for two other Emmys for news coverage in 2013.
He’s worked with DATELINE NBC on two separate specials “A Cold December Morning” and “Secrets Of The Snake River.“ He also was interviewed by Investigation Discovery as the “Expert Journalist” in a Spokane murder case.
A Minnesota native, Dylan spent nearly two years working at WDAY-TV covering news for North Dakota and Northern Minnesota before heading to Spokane. At WDAY Dylan covered several major news events including the murder for hire case of a Fargo dentist and major flooding throughout North Dakota. Dylan also spent a week in Minot North Dakota covering the record flood of 2011 in which he won a Regional Edward R. Murrow award for his coverage.