One of Austin’s best-known television news anchors dies after brief illness

FOX4 sports anchor, reporter Max Morgan dies at 59. max morgan started every one of his KDFW sportscasts with that saying, along with a smile and a magnificent baritone voice. For nearly 21 years Morgan was there to cover it all for Channel 4 – two cowboys super bowl wins, a Stars Stanley Cup, a Mavericks title and two trips to the World Series by the Rangers.

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Miles died in an ambulance in New York on the way to a hospital after complaining to a home health. Money Never Sleeps," and 1988’s "Crossing Delancey." Her TV roles included guest appearances on.

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Longtime TV news anchor jim vance dies. vance spent 48 years at the NBC affiliate in Washington, D.C., with 45 of those years behind the anchor desk.

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Mahaffey, a longtime face and voice of Baton Rouge television news, died early Friday after a brief illness. He was 77. A native of Texarkana, Texas, whose father was a newspaper editor and mother a newspaper reporter, Mahaffey worked at television stations in Texas before coming to WAFB-TV in 1970.

Bob Opshal. If Ben Aycrigg is the Walter Cronkite of Orlando, then Bob Opsahl is the Tom Brokaw. As part of Central Florida TV’s second generation of anchors, Opsahl has been reporting the news for the past 25 years. He joined WFTV in 1978 when Bob Jordan saw him covering a school board meeting on WMFE-Channel 24.

KVUE – One of Austin’s best-known television news anchors and reporters died May 22 after a brief illness.. Dick Ellis, who anchored KVUE’s newscasts throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, had recently returned to KVUE to work on a series of special news reports about unsolved crime cases in the Austin-area.

Leonard Landy (second from the left), best known for his work as one of the Little Rascals on "Our Gang," died on July 26. He was 84.

Virginia Gunn, who started a long and accomplished career in television as a weathercaster at WAGA has died. Gunn was best known as the co-host of PM Magazine in the late 70s and 80s.

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