Gage Jackson - Newsy

Gage Jackson

Host / Producer

Gage Jackson is a producer and host of "Newsy's Latest Headlines." Before joining the company in 2019, he worked as a digital producer at a local news station in mid-Missouri. Gage is a Kansas City native and decided to move back to his hometown after receiving his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Missouri. He has has covered a variety of topics while at Newsy, including U.S. politics, business, the stock market and sports. When the lights and camera are turned off, you can typically find Gage outside kayaking, hiking, petting a dog or squeezing in a round of golf.

Recent Work
New York Yankees All-Star Aaron Judge.
Adam Hunger / APSports

Yankees' Judge Hits Home Run 55, Nears American League Record

Southwest Airlines planes on runway.
Ross D. Franklin / APLife

Nude Photos Nearly Delay Southwest Airlines Flight To Cabo

Actor and comedian Chris Rock
Chris Pizzello / Invision / APU.S.

Report: Chris Rock Said He Denied Offer To Host 2023 Oscars

U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona
Evan Vucci / APU.S.

Education Secretary Defends Student Loan Forgiveness Despite Criticism

Snoop Dogg
Richard Shotwell / Invision / APEntertainment

Snoop Dogg Launching New Animated Children's Series

Fans at the 2018 Music Midtown festival
Katie Darby / Invision / APEntertainment

Atlanta's Music Midtown Festival Canceled After Georgia Gun Ruling

Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas
Jacquelyn Martin / APPolitics

Crime In America: Kansas City Mayor On Police Funding And Gun Control

Dr. Anthony Fauci
Susan Walsh / APU.S.

Dr. Fauci: Leaving Government Position Does Not Mean Retirement

Comedian Dave Chappelle
Charles Sykes / Invision / APEntertainment

Dave Chappelle To Donate Buffalo Show Proceeds To Shooting Victims

Young boys get off boat in flooded Australian street
Rick Rycroft / APWorld

500,000 People In Australia Told To Evacuate Due To Historic Flooding

Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg and Eminem
APEntertainment

Pepsi Releases Trailer For Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show

President Joe Biden
Evan Vucci / APSci/Health

White House To Unveil Plan To Tackle COVID-19 Through Winter Months

Snow covers vehicles
David Zalubowski / APU.S.

Meteorological Winter Begins

CNN anchor Chris Cuomo
Evan Agostini / Invision / APU.S.

CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo For Helping Brother Andrew In Scandal

Tiger Woods
Doug Ferguson / APEntertainment

Tiger Woods Uncertain About Future In Golf Following Car Crash

Emma Coronel Aispuro
Seth Wenig / APU.S.

Wife Of Drug Kingpin 'El Chapo' Sentenced 3 Years On U.S. Charges

Dresses hang on a rack
Matt Sayles / Invision / APSci/Health

Fast Fashion's Impact On The Environment

Posters outside the Hennepin County Government Center
Jim Mone / APU.S.

Jury Selection Begins In Trial Of Former Police Officer Kim Potter

Rioters at the U.S. Capitol
John Minchillo / APPolitics

Federal Court To Hear Arguments Over Former Pres. Trump's Documents

Golfer Lee Elder
AP Photo / FileObituaries

Lee Elder, 1st Black Golfer To Play In Masters, Dies At Age 87

An oil well
Matthew Brown / APSci/Health

Biden Administration Lays Out Oil And Gas Leasing Reform

Gap logo
Reed Saxon / APBusiness

Gap Blames Supply Chain Issues For $300M In Sales Losses

Merck & Co. antiviral COVID-19 treatment pill
Merck & Co. via APSci/Health

FDA Says Merck COVID Pill Effective, Experts To Review Safety

FedEx truck
Matt Rourke / APU.S.

Hundreds Of FedEx Packages Found Dumped In Alabama Town

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
David Goldman / APSci/Health

CDC Issues Health Advisory With Flu Cases On The Rise

People wearing face masks
Denis Farrell / APSci/Health

New COVID Variant Detected In South Africa

Holiday shoppers
Chris O'Meara / APU.S.

Coping With The Stress Of Black Friday Shopping

Travelers in airport
Steven Senne / APU.S.

Thanksgiving Travel Approaches Pre-Pandemic Levels

Former President Donald Trump
Evan Vucci / APPolitics

Trump Attorneys Argue House Jan. 6 Panel Could Damage U.S. Presidency

School desks
Storyblocks / FlexxU.S.

Alabama Parents, Students Grapple With Racist Video Surfacing Online