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KMIR, who once had a dude do weather forecasts in an Irvine garage, has a replacement for Ginger Jeffries. Mike Everett has joined the station to guess the weather weeknights starting Monday, September 11. He comes west fro KRDO Colorado...

#Chrargers

Since nothing is more exciting than watching a 3rd string quarterback take on the 4th string defense, the local TV has announced they are your EXCLUSIVE home for preseason #Chrargers football. #BoltUp (h/t DB)
Blake Arthur is the main sports guy at KESQ, err Sports Director, which means he spends a lot of time covering both professional and amateur sports. As for what he is doing here, I have no fucking idea. https://twitter.com/BlakeArthurKESQ/status/894754139837616128 This is...

Ummm, sweating?

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A tipster sent us this clip from the Local 2 News on Friday night which was on the air. Ummm, hello. You are on the air. HEY! ALEX CHENEY, YOU ARE ON THE AIR!!!! If you see something that should...
Ginger Jeffries will guess the weather for the last time tonight on KMIR (spoiler: it's gonna be hot outside). It's nice that KMIR is letting her say goodbye - as most local media companies just throw people out the...

Angela Monroe exits KMIR

Weekend anchor / reporter Angela Monroe said farewell to KMIR viewers on Sunday night. "It has been incredible working and living in the Coachella Valley for seven and a half years," Monroe said during the newscast. She also announced she has...
Thanks for reading Cactus Hugs, KMIR. Perhaps, next time you can add a source, link, or photo credit?   https://www.facebook.com/KMIRNews/posts/1477704208961076 Update: Looks like they added photo credit for Jackie (after she vented about it in the Facebook comments of the post)...
Alex Cheney has joined KESQ as a weekend weather guesser / reporter. Cheney was most recently in Yuma, Arizona at KYMA - but now returns to Southern California as he was born and raised in Orange County. https://twitter.com/KESQHaley/status/881256112036732930
A Facebook Live video from KMIR, which was billed as an update on a crash on the 10 Freeway that sent three cheerleaders to the hospital, included very little actual news updates on the incident. Instead, nineteen viewers were...