Popular Denver News Anchor to Leave Chair in September
After twenty years delivering the news and becoming one of the most popular television anchors in Colorado, a popular personality is walking away.
9 News Denver announced Monday morning that veteran anchor Kyle Dyer will be leaving the station on September 7th.
Dyer came to Denver from Louisville, Kentucky in 1996 and left a mark on television broadcasting in the state that will be tough for many to achieve for years to come.
Kyle Dyer worked on the morning newscast for most of her career, but moved to the 11am and midday news in 2014 so she could spend more time with family.
An impression that Dyer left with the Colorado audience that she may not want to be reminded of is when she was bitten by a dog live in the studio. The incident occurred in 2012 after she got too close to the Argentine mastiff.
Dyer recovered from the dog bite and returned the news chair shortly after.