When I got the opportunity to come back to Bismarck, I jumped at it. Being a part of the team at Your News Leader is truly a rewarding experience every day.
They say those who wish to sing always find a song. I'm looking forward to "finding my pitch" in the television business at KMOT-TV in the Magic City.
Hello, my name is Michael Anthony and I’m a reporter in Williston. I love to talk about sports, especially football! I used to be a news anchor and reporter for the local radio station but now I’m excited for a new adventure in television!
I’m excited to return to North Dakota and share the interesting stories here! I was born and raised in Rhode Island and was involved in my high school’s online newspaper and literary magazine.
I’m Heather Brumbaugh, an experienced news journalist. I’m thrilled to be back at KFYR-TV as a News Producer, because it’s where I landed my first job in TV news after college! I moved to Bismarck from Cleveland, OH in 2001. I was a reporter, anchor, and producer for 5 years with KFYR. (I met my now-husband during that time too!)
I am a former radio host with 27 years of broadcast experience in multiple markets in North Dakota.
My love for storytelling led me to the University of Montana-Missoula, to pursue a degree in journalism.
I was born and raised on the East Coast. I’m from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, which is about a half hour outside of Philadelphia.
Brian serves as the executive producer for The Noon Report and First News at Five.
Monica is one of those rarities in television news…a hometown girl.
I was born and raised in Williston, North Dakota. As a child, watching the evening news on NBC with Tom Brokaw and Brian Williams every night before supper shaped my admiration for the world of broadcasting.
After taking a few years off, I'm thrilled to be back at KFYR-TV, which was my first "real" job after college. I started at the station for the first time in 1997 and tried my hand at just about every job in the newsroom.
I grew up just down the road, near the edge of the west, in Dickinson, North Dakota.
I grew up right here in Bismarck and my parents are excited for me to be back home, especially when it comes time to do the dishes!
I grew up in Omaha, NE, and graduated from the University of Omaha, NE, in May 2022. The reason I chose journalism is because of my ever-persistent curiosity and taste for adventure!
I've been reporting the news in North Dakota since 1989, and have been anchoring at KFYR-TV since 2001.
I'm from Fargo, North Dakota, and have lived in North Dakota for most of my life. I love writing and have always been interested in journalism, and am especially excited to now be working at KFYR-TV!
I grew up in Glen Ullin, North Dakota, and didn't want to stray too far from home.
I fell in love with North Dakota when I came to the Bismarck area back in 2020, where I now live with my husband.
Broadcasting, especially television, has intrigued me since I was very young. Whether it was watching old westerns, game shows or sports on television or listening to radio broadcasts of Minnesota Twins baseball games, I was always intrigued by the industry. Then in college (South Dakota State University)...
My earliest thoughts in life were centered on weather. There was no guessing I wanted a career that involved meteorology.
I was born and raised in Connecticut, and I have been intrigued and passionate about the weather for as long as I can remember.
While I am no stranger to North Dakota, I did grow up in New Jersey. Right off exit 5 on the NJ Turnpike or from Burlington.
Jon Cole is a veteran sports anchor of KUMV-TV. Voted by his colleagues as the North Dakota Sportscaster of the Year in 1983, 1998, 2003, 2006 and AGAIN in 2007.
I have been a huge sports fan my entire life and the opportunity to work in sports has always been a dream of mine.
Growing up outside of Cleveland, Ohio, I played at least one season of every sport you can name. I followed the same philosophy my parents taught me with new foods: try everything once. From ice fishing to hiking, and poutine to pickled fish; I hope to try plenty of things at least once in North Dakota!
I come to Bismarck, ND, and KFYR-TV after living in the state of Michigan my entire life. This is my first stop in the world of broadcast media out of college.
Jon Decker is the White House Correspondent and Senior National Editor for Gray Television and has been a member of the White House Press Corps since 1995.
Peter Zampa joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in June 2015 as a multimedia journalist.
Brendan Cullerton joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in March 2022 as a multimedia journalist after spending four years covering state, local, and federal politics for the CBS affiliate in Milwaukee.
I started working at Gray TV’s Washington D.C. bureau in May of 2023. I found my calling for news while attending Butler University during the Ferguson Riots after the killing of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenager. During the chaotic times is when I realized how facts and storytelling can really impact a community.
Molly Martinez rejoined Gray Television in March 2022 as a multimedia journalist in the Washington News Bureau. She previously covered politics at Gray TV's KFYR-TV in Bismarck, N.D.
Ashonti Ford joined Gray Television in August of 2023. Ford is a well-traveled watchdog journalist who has worked for newsrooms around the nation, including; Tampa, Kansas City, Decatur, Wichita and Salisbury.
Stetson Miller joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in February 2023 as a multimedia journalist after working at WTOP, WJZ in Baltimore and WCBD in Charleston, SC.
Josh Rultenberg joined the Gray Television Washington News Bureau in July 2022 as a multimedia journalist.
Annie has worked at various news outlets in Washington, D.C., including covering the 2020 and 2022 election cycles for C-SPAN. Before that she worked at local stations in Louisiana and Virginia.
Joshua worked at several local stations before moving to Washington, D.C.. There he launched a national morning show, "The National Desk" for Sinclair. He now works as a producer for the Gray Washington News Bureau.
Leah Vredenbregt joined the Gray Washington Bureau team in June 2023 as a weekend producer. She is a recent University of Missouri grad who worked for three years in mid-Missouri news, with internships across the country in both local and national news outlets.
Michael is a born and raised Ohioian who got his photojournalism start at his alma mater Ohio University working for PBS in 2007. He has gone on to work for several media outlets both locally and nationally, shooting award winning news and documentary stories, garnering him an Emmy and Edward Murrow award.