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Andre Hepkins Biography, Age, Height, Education and Career

Andre Hepkins is a television news anchor and reporter currently working as an evening anchor at WBAL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Baltimore, Maryland. Hepkins previously served as the morning anchor

 

Andre Hepkins Biography

Andre Hepkins is a television news anchor and reporter currently working as an evening anchor at WBAL-TV, the NBC affiliate in Baltimore, Maryland. Hepkins previously served as the morning anchor and reporter at KMOV-TV the CBS affiliate in St. Louis, Missouri as well as a reporter and substitute anchor at WSVN-TV, the FOX affiliate in Miami, Florida. Hepkins, a New York native, has also worked as a reporter at WNYW the FOX station in New York City as well as WFSB-TV, the CBS affiliate in Hartford, Connecticut.

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Andre Hepkins Career

KMOV anchor Andre Hepkins leaving at end of monthKMOV (Channel 4) morning news co-anchor Andre Hepkins will leave the station at the end of this month to take a job in Baltimore.Hepkins, who joined the station in May 2011, has been anchoring the morning news since February 2012. His current co-anchor, Emily Rau, came to the desk in January 2015.

This is the second anchors-away at KMOV this summer: Evening co-anchor Alissa Reitmeier left at the end of June, after only nine months of teaming with Steve Savard on the 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts. Now, Courtney Bryant staffs the desk for those casts. Station general manager Mike Murphy said Scott Deiner, who became the station’s news director earlier this month (replacing Brian Thouvenot), is working to find permanent replacements for Hepkins and Reitmeier. One local television source said Hepkins, who could not be reached for comment, is heading to WBAL (Channel 11), an NBC affiliate owned by Hearst Television.

“We’re sorry to be losing him,” KMOV general manager Mike Murphy said. “But when all is said and done, you want people you like to be happy and we wish him the best of luck.”