Elizabeth Ries Biography and Wiki
Elizabeth Ries is an American journalist and television host. She hosts the Twin Cities talk show on KSTP. She has been hosting the Twin Cities talk show since 2009 alongside her co-host Steve Patterson.
Elizabeth Ries Age
Ries is 40 years old as of 2021. She was born on July 27th, 1981 in Cambridge, Minnesota.
Elizabeth Ries Birthday
Ries celebrates her birthday every 27th of July every year.
Elizabeth Ries Height and Weight
Ries stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches and weighs around 53 kg.
Elizabeth Ries Family and Parents
Ries was born and raised by her parents Susie and Thomas Ries. Her mother is a business owner and interior designer in Twin Cities while her father is a minister and President of Concordia University. She was raised alongside her two sisters Emily and Jenny Ries.
Elizabeth Ries Education
Ries graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and political science.
Elizabeth Ries Husband and Married
Ries is married to her lovely husband Jay Reimers. They met in 2010 and dated for three years before getting married. In their marriage, Elizabeth and her husband have been blessed with three children Bernadette, Franklin, and Heathcliff.
Elizabeth Ries Wedding
Ries and her husband held their wedding on September 21st, 2013 in a wonderful ceremony attended by their family and friends.
Elizabeth Ries Twin Cities Live Wikipedia
Ries joined the Twin Cities Live team in 2009 and had two different co-hosts until July 2014, when Steve Patterson was hired. Ries began her career as a reporter and anchor for WBAY in Green Bay, Wisconsin. She eventually relocated to Duluth, Minnesota, where she worked as a morning cast member for KDLH before returning to the Twin Cities.
Elizabeth Ries Salary
Ries receives an annual salary of $75,000-$90,000 from her career as a journalist.
Elizabeth Ries Net Worth
Ries has an estimated net worth of $100,000-$500,000 as of 2021
Elizabeth Ries House
Ries runs her own blog called Home to Homestead which centers on urban farming.