He says there's nothing in the works, which is exactly what he wants."I always thought my job was getting in the way of what I wanted to do," he says. “Thirty years later, I’m reading about this on Facebook from one of the kids,” Munsey says. He's all grown-up now, and he was writing about it.
I am in awe of some of the things Cory does on camera, and Andrea's like my work wife.He came to Phoenix in 1987 to do weather, before being promoted to anchor. He said, 'You just know when it's time.' I think that's true.During his career, there have been many high points, including an Emmy win and two Associated Press Awards. I'm still in awe."D'Amico always looks like he's having a good time on camera, which is one reason why news of his retirement was so surprising. There are some other people who maybe hung around past their time.It just really touched me.”He doesn’t do a very good job of fighting back the tears.“That’s what I’m going to miss,” he says.“I’m going to miss it dearly.”Munsey came to Arizona in his 20s and landed at KOOL (94.5 FM). His homespun, Mid-America appeal — he hails from North Dakota — endeared him to viewers in a city full of people who arrived from somewhere else. RELATED: Phoenix's 10 most memorable TV news anchors“I never forgot that I had an audience,” he says.