Ramos will join KMBC from WIBW on April 23.
“I’m thrilled to be joining the #1 station in Kansas City,” Ramos told Media Moves. “The team exudes professionalism, competitiveness and strong journalism ethics. Leaving WIBW is certainly bittersweet. I’m looking forward to beginning this new chapter in KC with my family and newfound TV family after nearly 5 years of hard work in every role at WIBW-TV.”
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