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In a taped segment (video inside), Horner reminisced about all of the “amazing people” she has worked with at the Kansas City CBS-affiliate.
“I still don’t know what I’m going to do when I leave KCTV 5. But I do know one thing: I’ve got two pretty special girls,” Horner said, introducing her daughters before walking out the door with them.
“She may have been one of the most polarizing figures in Kansas City television,” wrote Bottom Line Communications today, but “Horner departed the station last night after nearly 18 years with class.”