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From Pentecostal Church to Out News Anchor: Chance Seales's Journey

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Chance Seales (left) with his husband, Hernan Winkler, and their twins. Image by Stephanie Photo KCFrom grandson of a Pentecostal minister to out gay news anchor, Chance Seales has had a life with more twists and turns than most — but in some ways he’s stayed close to his roots.Seales hosts Newsy Tonight, an in-depth program airing each weeknight on Newsy, an E.W.

Scripps–owned 24/7 news network available to nearly 100 million U.S. homes on, major streaming services, and a plethora of broadcast stations via digital antenna.One of those stations is Kansas City, Mo.’s KPXE, which once carried his maternal grandfather’s Bible Q&A show, Sunday Night Alive.

The grandfather was pastor of a Pentecostal church in Kansas City (now led by Seales’s uncle), and Seales, who grew up primarily in Blue Springs, Mo., a K.C.

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