Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive.
Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive. Courtesy of Justin Kraemer
Justin Kraemer, who had been a fill-in anchor on KSN News since July of 2012, was fired Monday after accidentally uttering an on-air expletive. Courtesy of Justin Kraemer

Fired KSN anchor Justin Kraemer loses job opportunity in Colorado Springs, too

December 19, 2013 1:25 PM

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