Gage Jackson

Gage Jackson

Gage Jackson

Digital Producer

Gage Jackson is a digital producer and former host of "Newsy's Latest Headlines." Gage is a Kansas City native who received a bachelors degree in political science from the University of Missouri. Prior to joining the company in 2019, he spent three years as a sports and general news reporter at the NBC affiliate KOMU-TV in Columbia, Missouri. If you have a story idea or want to reach out for an interview, you can contact him at gage.jackson@scripps.com.

Recent Work
From left, former President Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and former UN ambassador Nikki Haley.

Just 3 presidential candidates qualify for next GOP primary debate

Barstool Sports CEO Dave Portnoy.

Barstool Sports' Dave Portnoy celebrates winning $1M Rose Bowl bet

File photo of Arizona Cardinals running back Rashard Mendenhall.

Ex-NFL running back calls for segregated Pro Bowl

Tiger Woods, left; daughter Sam, center; and son Charlie, right.

Family affair: Tiger Woods and company take 5th at PNC Championship

University of Colorado head football coach Deion Sanders.

University of Colorado to offer 'Prime Time' course on NIL deals

Customers shop for Shohei Ohtani gear at a sporting goods store.

Dodgers prepare to welcome 2-way star Shohei Ohtani to Hollywood

San Diego Padres' Juan Soto.

New York Yankees land Juan Soto in 7-player blockbuster trade

The NCAA logo on a college basketball court.

NCAA proposes new division in which top schools can pay athletes

LeBron james, left, poses with his son Bronny after a high school basketball game.

Bronny James cleared to play basketball 4 months after cardiac arrest

File photo of Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill scoring a touchdown.

NFL player's touchdown celebration cost videographer his credentials

Elon Musk

Elon Musk had an expletive-laden message to advertisers leaving X

Tiger Woods lines up a putt.

Tiger Woods gives first insight on 'realistic' return to PGA tour

UFC fighter Sean Strickland.

Video: UFC champion holds alleged domestic abuse suspect at gunpoint

Police dash camera footage shows officers pursuing a stolen construction vehicle.

Young boy leads Michigan police on hourlong chase in stolen forklift

Dallas Mavericks owner and business tycoon Mark Cuban.

Mark Cuban says he plans to leave ABC's 'Shark Tank' next year

File photo of Indiana University head football coach Tom Allen.

Indiana football coach let go after agreeing to $15.5 million buyout

File photo of NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson.

NFL RedZone broadcast interrupted by fire alarm

Elon Musk.

Musk meeting with Israeli leaders amid concerns over antisemitism on X

File photo of a TV camera with the Amazon Prime Video Thursday Night Football logo.

Amazon debuts NFL's first-ever Black Friday game exclusively on Prime

The Taco Bell logo is seen at a restaurant.

Lawsuit accuses Taco Bell of hosting alcohol-fueled sex party

The opening page of X is displayed on a computer and phone.

Elon Musk says news article headlines are returning to X

File photo of Tiger Woods' son Charlie.

Tiger Woods' son and team win Florida high school state golf title

Onlookers watch as SpaceX's mega rocket Starship is prepared for its upcoming launch.

SpaceX delays 2nd Starship test launch until Saturday

Truist Park, home of the MLB's Atlanta Braves.

Atlanta awarded 2025 MLB All-Star Game after having it pulled in 2021

A historical marker displayed outside the Statehouse in Concord, New Hampshire.

New Hampshire defies Democrats and sets date for 1st primary

An Oakland Athletics hat and glove.

Viva Las Vegas: MLB owners approve Oakland A's relocation

Republican Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves, left, and Democratic Nominee Brandon Presley.

What's at stake in Mississippi's general election on Tuesday

Migrants in a makeshift shelter at O'Hare International Airport.

Democratic mayors plead with Biden for help addressing migrant crisis

New York Republican Rep. George Santos.

Embattled Rep. George Santos survives House expulsion vote

From left, Whitney Houston, Elvis Presley, and Prince.

Forbes unveils its 2023 list of top-earning dead celebrities