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Karin Mallett joined WFMZ-TV in 2003. She anchors the Sunday evening editions of 69 News and features area destinations as part of her popular "One Tank Trip" series. In 2008, Karin traveled a much greater distance to report from the Democratic and Republican national conventions in Denver and St. Paul, respectively.

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