Just in time for Selection Sunday, our old friend Don Shelby stopped by Rosen’s Sports Sunday to talk everything basketball.
A retired Minneapolis TV anchor and a former state senator are being honored for their advocacy of the people’s right to know.
Retirement? What retirement? Shelby’s as active as ever, and we’ve got a link to his first post on MinnPost.
I know there has been a lot of hype about you leaving. I think you would agree that is a bit of an understatement. But I have to tell you it is hard to believe you really won’t be swinging by my desk with your quip of the day, the quick aside, the self deprecating joke at your own expense.
Thirty-two years later, the ride of a lifetime is over. Don Shelby signed off for the final time on Monday, ending his longtime career of anchoring the WCCO 4 News at 10 p.m.
We’ve all been finding our own little ways to say thank you to WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby, including CBS anchor Katie Couric.
Monday night is Don Shelby’s last night on WCCO news. We need you to be a part of it.
WCCO-TV anchors Don Shelby and Amelia Santaniello sat down to reminisce about all the time they’ve spent together on the anchor desk. Starting at WCCO 1996, Amelia has been the longest co-anchor with Don.
Paul Douglas and Don Shelby. Like Peaches and Herb, they were not only reunited but were practically shaking their groove things on the 10 p.m. news Wednesday evening.
WCCO-TV anchor Don Shelby and Meteorologist Paul Douglas sat down to talk about working together.
We went back in time again on Tuesday night’s 10 p.m. news. Don Shelby was reunited with former co-anchor Colleen Needles to reminisce.
WCCO-TV Anchors Don Shelby and Colleen Needles talked about their years of anchoring together before Needles rejoined Shelby on the anchor desk.
Did you miss Monday night’s 10 p.m. news? Click here to watch the entire first section from last night’s show, as well as a few bonus clips.
WCCO-TV anchors Don Shelby and Pat Miles sat down to talk about the time when they worked together, starting in 1978.
More than 32 years after Don Shelby’s first newscast at WCCO-TV, Monday, Nov. 22 will be his last night of anchoring WCCO 4 News at 10 p.m. The following night, Frank Vascellaro will join Amelia Santaniello as the new co-anchor at 10 p.m.