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KARE 11's Randy Shaver to join Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame

Randy Shaver has been with KARE 11 since 1983, in roles from sports director to reporter to evening news anchor.

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — KARE 11's own Randy Shaver is joining the ranks of honored Minnesota journalists in the Broadcasting Hall of Fame this year.

Shaver, an award-winning broadcaster who has been with KARE 11 since 1983, will be inducted into the hall of fame Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021. His roles at KARE have spanned sports director, sports reporter, and current co-anchor of KARE 11 News at 5, 6, and 10.

His passion for youth sports has fueled KARE 11's prep coverage for years. Shaver has also been transparent about his own journey with cancer, using it to raise awareness.

Shaver continues to make an impact with the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund.

The Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame has inducted 192 members since 2001. Its purpose is to honor inductees based on their "unique and outstanding contributions to broadcasting in Minnesota."

Joining Shaver in the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame this year will be Don Egert, Allan Lotsberg (posthumous), Pam Lundell and Larry "Moon" Thompson.

The induction ceremony will take place at the  Pavek Museum in St. Louis Park.

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