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
Retired Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton.

Former Rockies star helps clear $10M in medical debt for Coloradans

Former President Donald Trump.

New Mexico lawsuit joins other bids to keep Trump off state ballots

Apple CEO Tim Cook.

All you need to know about Apple's new iPhone 15 lineup

A flare to burn methane from oil production is seen on a well pad.

Study: World Bank loaned billions to oil & gas despite green promises

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell freezes when taking questions from reporters.

GOP lawmakers reportedly weighing future of party leadership

A police drone flying through New York City.

NYPD using surveillance drones to monitor Labor Day parties

Hunters pose with their record 14'3" alligator.

You have to see this 14-foot-long alligator captured in Mississippi

Billy McFarland, the promoter of the failed Fyre Festival.

Conman Billy McFarland says Fyre Festival II is already selling out

This 2014 photo shows James Dolan, executive chairman of Madison Square Garden.

Knicks sue Raptors, accuse NBA rival of stealing team secrets

Protesters carry signs on a picket line outside Amazon and HBO studios.

Judge rules that AI-generated art can't be copyrighted

Menu for the Disney Plus movie and entertainment streaming service.

Why is 'Cancel Disney Plus' trending? New changes explained

ESPN host Sage Steele.

Sage Steele departs ESPN after settling lawsuit over vaccine comments

"I'm not a robot" test on a computer screen

Study finds bots are better than humans at 'Are you a robot?' tests

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

Musk says potential cage bout with Zuckerberg will be held in Italy

Google's search engine home page.

Google fails to end $5 billion lawsuit over 'Incognito mode' tracking

The Washington Commanders logo is seen in the end zone before a NFL football game.

Could the Washington Commanders revert back to the team's old name?

Aerial view of flooding in Montpelier, Vermont.

US hit by a record number of billion-dollar disasters so far this year

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, and Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk.

Musk says potential cage bout with Zuckerberg will be streamed on X

Advertisement for Yeezy shoes made by Adidas.

Adidas rakes in $437 million from first sale of Yeezy stockpile

The seal for the U.S. Department of Justice

US Navy sailors arrested for allegedly sharing secrets with China

Person holds a 100-watt incandescent light bulb.

This popular light bulb is now banned in the US

3D illustration of tuberculosis in lungs

Deadly tuberculosis outbreaks in US linked to tainted bone grafts

United States' Lindsey Horan.

World Cup: Team USA remains unbeaten with 1-1 draw against Netherlands

Silhouette of woman drinking water.

Heat exhaustion vs. heat stroke: Know the signs and how to treat them

UPS teamsters and workers hold a rally.

Strike averted: UPS reaches tentative deal with 340K unionized workers

Surveillance footage of the so-called "Sticky Note Bandit."

The 'Sticky Note Bandit' strikes again, robbing 4th Texas bank

Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the first-generation iPhone.

First-generation iPhone sells for record $190,000 at auction

The OpenAI logo is seen on a mobile device.

Federal regulators launch investigation into ChatGPT creator OpenAI

Chipotle's new "Autocado" guacamole robot.

Chipotle testing 'Autocado' robot to cut guac-making time in half

Sign on a beach warning of sewage contaminated water.

Over half of US beaches have potentially unsafe levels of fecal matter