Auble, 71, has been a reporter in the St. Louis area for decades, working at the St. Louis Globe newspaper before joining KTVI in 1988. During his time with the station, which included interviews with James Earl Ray, the man who assassinated the Martin Luther King, Jr., as well as Rosa Parks and Coretta King, Auble won seven Emmys.
KTVI general manager Spencer Koch called Auble a “great storyteller” in a memo to staff, obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, announcing his retirement.
“John is a great competitor,” Koch wrote. “He cared for FOX 2 and always looked for ways to win.”
Here’s a recent report from Auble:
- WBFF Apologizes for 'Kill a Cop' Story
- WXMI Apologizes for Anchor's 'Inappropriate Word'; Viewers Rush to Anchor's Defense
- Baltimore Fox Affiliate Faces Protests After 'Kill a Cop' Report
- WTIC Stuns Host by Pulling Plug on Political Show, 'The Capitol Report:' 'I Had No Idea'