Popular Anchor Returns to His Roots in Denver

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

He started his Denver television career at KUSA, left for a job at the competion, KWGN and is now set to return to his roots.

The Tegna-owned NBC affiliate announced anchor Tom Green is returning to the station as an anchor-reporter.

“I always figured I’d return to 9NEWS at some point. It’s where I started my career in Colorado and has always felt like home. I’ve known Kim and Kathy for years. We worked many weekends together back-in-the-day and I’m looking forward to partnering with them again,” Green said.

9News general manager and vice president, Steve Carter, made the announcement.

“We’re thrilled to have Tom back with 9NEWS. He’s a great journalist with a fantastic career. Pairing his energy and experience with Kyle Clark, Kim Christiansen, Kathy Sabine and Christine Noël; we can’t wait,” he said.

Green will anchor the 4pm and 5pm newscasts starting in late October. He left the Tribune-owned Fox affiliate in the Spring.