Back Into H̶e̶l̶l̶ TV News

You may remember the story Motown Anchor Frank Turner. He was the Anchor at WXYZ in Detroit that was fired in 1998 after an embarrassing disclosure about phone sex.

He then found God and was hired back by the station, until he left in 2006. He left the station then saying his career was defined by a, "twenty-five year addiction to drugs and alcohol including twenty-two years helplessly and hopelessly addicted to smoking pure cocaine."

Following his retirement, he founded God's Amazing Grace Ministries. 

But now, sources tell FTVLive that the Anchor turned Pastor is coming back to Anchor. 

Word is that Turner will be the new WNEM anchor at 5:30, 7 and 10 in Saginaw Michigan.

Here is the video of his last newscast in which he said he was ending his life as a TV Anchor to become a man of God.