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Angela Kennecke Changing Roles

October 23, 2012, 6:38 PM by Don Jorgensen

Angela Kennecke Changing Roles

Tuesday is Angela's last night as our 6 and 10 p.m. anchor.  But the good news is that Angela isn't going anywhere; she's just changing her focus here at KELOLAND-TV. 

Over the years, you've watched Angela Kennecke grow into the role of evening anchor, sitting next to the legendary Steve Hemmingsen and Doug Lund.  In the last 23 years, Angela has covered all of the big stories that have happened in KELOLAND. 

In the last few years, Angela has put her focus on business and consumer reporting, helping viewers understand complex economic issues in times of crisis, educating people on personal finance and how to protect yourself from scams. 

KELO-TV is growing its Back to Business web page and business and consumer reporting. We feel the best way to do that is for Angela to take on a new role as Business editor. 

In order to focus on business reporting, Angela will begin working the day shift.  Not only does this help Angela expand our coverage of issues that matter to the community and for your money, but it also allows this busy working mom of four to be home more often with her children and husband in the evenings.  The change in focus will allow Angela to have more normal, family-friendly hours. 

You can still see Angela at the anchor desk on Midday in KELOLAND and on KELOLAND News at Five.  Plus, she will continue to bring you "Your Money Matters" reports on KELOLAND News at 10.

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