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Posts Tagged ‘Aaron Luna’

On The Move, 6/14/11

Lydia Pantazes joins KEYE in Austin, TX as an anchor and reporter. She was previously at KCOY-KKFX in Santa Maria, CA.

KOLO’s Daniel Chanin will leave the Reno station and move to KGO in San Francisco, where he will report, anchor, and produce sports.

Dan Williamson moves from KXMB in Bismarck, ND, to WEYI in Flint, MI, where he will be a sports reporter.

Aaron Luna joins KXLY in Spokane as a reporter and weekend meteorologist. He comes from KKCO in Grand Junction, CO.

The journalists in this post are represented by David Brunner at DB & Associates.

If you would like to report a new move, send an email to tvspy@mediabistro.com with the subject line “On the Move.”

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KKCO Investigates Tooth Found in a Box of Ice Cream

“There was a foreign object in my ice cream,” Kenneth Smalley, a resident of Grand Junction, CO, informed local NBC-affiliate KKCO.  “All the sudden there was a chocolate chip that wasn’t melting.”

Smalley suspected that the object was a tooth so KKCO took it to a dentist for further inspection (video above).

While a dental hygienist backed up Smalley’s claim that it certainly looked like a tooth, Dr. John Poovey, a general dentist, concluded that it was “100 percent” not a tooth. Poovey guessed that it was just a piece of plastic. The verdict brought relief to Smalley, but perhaps disappointment to KKCO reporter Aaron Luna, who may have thought that he had a major consumer advocacy story on his hands.