You can catch me right before the BEST gameshow on tv 😁 (if Bob were still around this would be debatable) starting next week.

A popular TV personality in Minnesota vanished from our screens last month, leaving many viewers puzzled about her sudden absence. It turns out she has flipped to a rival network and will work as their evening anchor. She let everyone know about the switch on her Facebook page. Check out her statement below.

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Kamie Roesler has a ton of experience in the television industry having recently hosted "Midwest Access," a one-hour show highlighting numerous individuals in Minnesota. The program covered a wide range of topics, including cooking tips, health advice, consumer information, and local news.

Viewers immediately noticed her absence when she stopped hosting the program last month.

Popular Minnesota TV Personality Flips To The Competition

On Facebook, Roesler announced that she isn't leaving town and will be returning to TV.

CBS is the only network I have not been affiliated with, gotta give ‘er a shot. Loved my time working for an ABC affiliate in South Dakota, NBC in South Carolina and Rochester, plus Fox in Fargo and Rochester.

Roesler is joining KIMT, a CBS affiliate, and will serve as their evening anchor for the 6:00 and 10:00 pm newscasts.

Rochester friends who were wondering, I’m not leaving town! You can catch me right before the BEST gameshow on tv 😁 (if Bob were still around this would be debatable) starting next week. I have accepted a position as 6 and 10 p.m. anchor at KIMT News 3.

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