Favorite News Anchorman or Anchorwoman In Albuquerque TV Newstations (gay, weather)
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Tom Jones and Dick Kniffing are my favorite Anchormen. I have really missed Carla Aragon, and I like the new Shelly Ribando ok. Favorite Sports would have to be Van Tate or JP. I don't have a favorite weather person.
I think KRQE is the only one of the "big three English" stations that has enough integrity to attempt to report accurately. KOAT and KOB will both do anything to sensationalize and make it appear they "did it first." I actually rarely watch local news, weather and sports, but I do know most of those people you see on the air. IMO...Dick and Deanna are both good, down to earth people with a lot of integrity. Steve Stucker (regardless of who he works for) is one of the most genuinely-nice people you could meet. He would also give you the shirt off his back if you needed it, and you wouldn't even have to ask.
I miss Cynthia Izaguirre from Action 7 News, after she left things went downhill, so did raitings.
Cynthia announced in Nov 2007, that she would be leaving Action 7 News and returning to her hometown of Dallas to be with family. She now works for ABC affiliate WFAA (News 8) in Dallas.
I would have to chose Steve Stucker and Tom Joles from KOB for anchormen. Nicole Brady(KOB) and Jessica Garate(KRQE/KASA). Weatherman has to be Mark Ronchetti. I miss Larry Rice(KOB)! Shar Spalding is not really accurate and not that appealing. Sports has to be Van Tate(KRQE) because he sometimes covers mma events.
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