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Alix Kendall Biography, Age, Husband, Education, Career, FOX 9

Alix Kendall Biography

Alix Kendall is an American news anchor she is known as to co-host the FOX 9 Morning News. Alix Kendall Photo She is one of the established television personalities in the field of journalism. Prior to working with FOX 9 she also worked with KAAL TV nad KRQE TV as a reporter and anchor. She was born on May 9th 1962.

Alix Kendall Age/ Family

Kendall was born on 9th May 1962 ( she is 58 years old as of 2018 ) She was born to Camille her mother who was a switchboard operator at KARE-TV.

 Kendall`s Husband

Kendall is divorced but has a daughter Kaitlyn from her previous marriage.

Alix Kendall Education

She studied at Roosevelt High School in 1976. She then graduated from Brown College of the University of Minnesota.

Alix Kendall Career

After her job, Alix got a job at the handwriting analysis booth in Minnesota  State Fair. She then landed a job as DJ at KELN FM radio station situated in North Platte. She later moved to Omaha, Nebraska where she started hosting shows.

Two years later she worked at a television worked as an intern at WCOO-TV Station. After her internship, she became an anchor and reporter for the weekend evening news at KAAL-TV located in Austin, Minnesota.

Before she worked with FOX 9 she worked with several stations like KROE-TV where she worked as a weekend anchor and reporter. She also worked as a co-host for Show 19 in Cincinnati, Ohio for three years.

She was employed by FOX news network as an anchor and reporter in 1999. She was hosting the  FOX 9 Morning News. The program runs every weekday morning from 6 am to 9 am

 Kendall`s Photo

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Alix Kendall FOX 9

Kendall was employed by FOX in 1999 where she began as an anchor and reporter for the morning news.

 Kendall`s Net worth

Kendall earns her revenue through her job as a news anchor. Her net worth is 1.1 million dollars.

 Kendall`s Twitter

 Kendall`s Instagram

Alix Kendall News

Jury settles Minneapolis officer’s snooping lawsuit for $585K

Amy Krekelberg filed the suit after her fellow officers illegally accessed her personal data.
A Minneapolis police officer will receive a $585,000 settlement after she alleged her fellow officers had violated her privacy.

A St. Paul jury reached the verdict Wednesday after officer Amy Krekelberg, of the Minneapolis Police Department, said that other, primarily male officers had illegally sought out her personal information via the private driver’s license database on 74 occasions.

This information included her photograph, age, address, height and weight.

Attorneys for Krekelberg argued these incidents point to a bigger problem of hostility and sexual harassment in the police force, although the suit did not allege violations of the Civil Rights Act.

Krekelberg discovered officers had searched for her data after requesting an audit of searches of her driver’s license data thanks to Minnesota state law in 2013.

According to Human Rights Watch, eight of the 14 cases the organization has examined regarding privacy violations by officers misusing personal data were filed in Minnesota.

Before Wednesday’s ruling, Krekelberg had reached similar settlements with other bodies, including a $29,500 settlement from the City of St. Paul in 2017.

But the Pioneer Press reports the city of Minneapolis is looking to appeal the decision.

“We are exploring options for challenging the verdict,” Minneapolis City Attorney Susan Segal told the newspaper.

This case is the last in a series of many similar cases against the City of Minneapolis involving data lookups from several years ago, with the city saying it has since taken measures to protect personal data.

Earlier this month, the Star Tribune reported that Krekelberg’s case was the last of 34 snooping lawsuits filed against Minneapolis. Of those, 13 suits resulted in settlements totaling $1.2 million.

Among those receiving settlements was “FOX 9 Morning News” co-host Alix Kendall, who in May 2018 received a settlement of $193,000.

Kendall alleged that officers, deputies and other public employees accessed her private information over the course of 10 years.