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Jason Vincent No Longer with KGAN-KFXA

vincent_kganJason Vincent, morning anchor for Cedar Rapids, IA, CBS and FOX affiliate KGAN-KFXA is no longer with the station.

“Today is my last day at CBS2/FOX28. Thank you for allowing me into your homes each morning!” wrote Vincent¬†on his facebook page Thursday.

On that morning’s show, the anchor team said goodbye to Vincent on-air. “He is headed home in Minnesota to be with his friends and his family,” said co-anchor Joy Howe.

Vincent came to KGAN in August 2012. He has worked in Fargo, Duluth and Mankato, MN.

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Andy Cunningham Joins WDSU From WKYT

Andy Cunningham is joining WDSU, the NBC affiliate in New Orleans.

Cunningham moves to Louisiana from Kentucky, where he has been a general assignment reporter at WKYT in Lexington since March. This is Cunningham’s second stint at the station. He previously worked there from 2007-09.

Cunningham has also been a reporter at KABB in San Antonio, KFXA in Cedar Rapids and KLJB in Davenport, Iowa.

‘We Will Show Dead Babies on Every Television Station in the State of Iowa’

A man who claims to be running for President has promised to buy airtime on stations across Iowa to run graphic anti-abortion ads that display images of aborted fetuses, often in bizarre poses.

“We will show dead babies on every television station in the state of Iowa,” Randall Terry, a Democrat, declared recently.

Targeting pro-lifers who may have voted for Obama in the last presidential election, Terry has so far attempted to buy spots on stations in Cedar Rapids. KGAN, the market’s CBS-affiliate, has refused to run the ads–not necessarily because of their graphic nature but because Terry hasn’t established himself enough as a legitimate presidential candidate. Read more