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The people of Temple rely on Taheshah Moise for their morning dose of news. She calls Central Texas her home away from home, and the city’s residents also connected with her. But now Taheshah Moise is leaving KCEN 6 News for a different and exciting opportunity. After her departure announcement, 6 News viewers wonder about her next career move and if she’s also leaving Texas and the news industry. Here’s what Taheshah Moise had to say about her exit from KCEN 6 News.

Taheshah Moise Bids Farewell to KCEN

Taheshah Moise earned a BS in Communications and Broadcast Journalism from Liberty University in 2014. After graduating, she relocated to Waco, Texas, and joined 25 News KXXV as a morning and midday news anchor.

In 2017, Moise went to Greensboro, North Carolina, and joined WFMY News 2 as an evening anchor. Moreover, many of her stories went viral and aired on major broadcast stations like USA Today and the national talk show The Talk.

Her coverage of the nightmare pedicure went viral and forced the State of North Carolina to clarify pedicure regulations.

In 2018, the anchor worked on the team that won an award for their coverage of Rev. Billy Graham’s life and legacy. The news coverage was so good that the team won an award for breaking news coverage from the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters. The team also received a nomination for an Emmy Award for the coverage, which was also a finalist for the breaking news/big story category at the TEGNA Pinnacle Awards.

Taheshah Moise moved back to Central Texas in April 2021 and joined KCEN 6 News as a morning news anchor, becoming an important part of Temple residents’ morning routines. She also developed a bond with the local community and called the city her home away from home in Massachusetts.

But now, 6 News viewers are naturally saddened to hear that Taheshah Moise is leaving KCEN. She wrapped her last day at the station on January 20, 2023. The cast and crew of Texas Today said their goodbyes to the news anchor with a heartfelt farewell message.

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Moise is not only exiting the station, but she is also leaving the news industry. She will embark on a new career in corporate communications, public relations, and marketing. Moreover, she intends to keep her Facebook page active to stay connected with her followers.