KMIZ Anchor Leaves Station a Week After DUI Arrest

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

KMIZ anchor Joey Parker is moving on from the station before a judge makes a decision on his DUI charge.

Parker posted a photo of a Scrabble board with the word ‘next’ profiled and the following caption.

“Thank you, MidMo, for a wonderful six years. I have stepped down from ABC 17 News and will enjoy the holidays with no schedule and no ratings. I will travel, but I will also keep you posted on what’s next.”


Parker’s bio is no longer on the website. He was charged with DUI after being involved in an accident.