Here’s the Weekly Roundup for July 8

By Kevin Eck 

Happy Friday everyone. Here’s a quick look at some news we didn’t have time to get to this week in condensed form. Click the links provided below to see what others were reporting about the moves and trends in local stations.

KFOR sports reporter Nate Feken announced he’s leaving the Oklahoma City station and getting out of the business. Click here to view.

Ayesha Khan (pictured), a reporter at Fox owned Washington, D.C. station WTTG, celebrated the end of her cancer treatment after sixteen rounds of chemo. Click here to view.

Former KBJR anchor Kristen Vake is trading her news career for a career in mining. Click here to view.

Paxton Boyd has been named main anchor at WTVQ in Lexington, Kentucky: Click here to view.

Lubbock’s KCBD had two anchors reminisce about its former studio, Studio A, after the station moved into new digs. “We never thought we would leave that building,” said one. Click here to view.

Hobie Artigue left Fox owned KMSP in Minneapolis after seven years. Click here to view. reported Fox owned station’s digital properties rank #1 among owned stations. Click here to read about it.

The evening anchors at WGRZ in Buffalo New York took advantage of nice weather to do the last segment of the news from the rooftop. Click here to view the story.

WXIA moved its anchors around. Click here to see the changes at the Atlanta station.

Lake Charles, Louisiana station KPLC plans to rebuild after Hurricane Laura damaged its building and studio in 2020. Click here to see what NewsCast Studio said about it.