Alex, who joined the station in 1996, will continue to anchor the 6 p.m. newscast through the February sweeps period. After that, she will continue on with the station as a special correspondent as she focuses full-time on a job at the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging.
“I thank KSHB, and the people of Kansas City for the honor of all these wonderful years on the air,” Alex told Bottom Line.
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