Larry Hatteberg and co-anchor Susan Peters wait for their final broadcast together to begin during the 10 p.m. broadcast in the KAKE Television studio in 2014, when Hatteberg retired. Now Hatteberg and Peters will be together again for a revival of “Hatteberg’s People” on KPTS.
Larry Hatteberg and co-anchor Susan Peters wait for their final broadcast together to begin during the 10 p.m. broadcast in the KAKE Television studio in 2014, when Hatteberg retired. Now Hatteberg and Peters will be together again for a revival of “Hatteberg’s People” on KPTS. Travis Heying File photo
Larry Hatteberg and co-anchor Susan Peters wait for their final broadcast together to begin during the 10 p.m. broadcast in the KAKE Television studio in 2014, when Hatteberg retired. Now Hatteberg and Peters will be together again for a revival of “Hatteberg’s People” on KPTS. Travis Heying File photo

Hatteberg, Peters together again as ‘Hatteberg’s People’ returns to TV

March 13, 2017 06:43 AM

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