KSFY wishes Shawn Cable goodbye

Long-time meteorologist Shawn Cable got a big sendoff in his last day at KSFY.

Several friends, colleagues, and former coworkers stopped by KSFY Morning News or sent Shawn video messages Monday to wish him good luck. You can watch them in the video players attached to this story.

Last month, Shawn announced he is leaving Sioux Falls after 25 years in local television to move to South Carolina, where his girlfriend, former KSFY News Anchor Kamie Roesler, now works.

Beginning Tuesday, KSFY Morning News will begin broadcasting as "Dakota News Now" as part of the merger between KSFY and KDLT. Former KSFY Sports Director Erik Thorstenson will take over as co-anchor with Vanessa Gomez, and KDLT's Aaron Doudna will take over as morning meteorologist.