Gage Cureton

Gage Cureton

Multi-Media Journalist

Gage Cureton is from Rochester, Minnesota, and started at KEYC in November 2019. He previously worked as a staff photographer at the New Ulm Journal before making the jump to broadcast media. He graduated from Minnesota State University, Mankato with a degree in Mass Media with an emphasis in photojournalism. Gage also serves as a combat photographer in the Marine Corps Reserve. He’s excited to tell peoples’ and communities’ stories in southern Minnesota and northern Iowa.

• Hometown:

Rochester, Minnesota

• What's your favorite part of your job?

Every day is different and I have the opportunity to meet new and interesting people.

• What's your dream story?

The 2003 invasion of Iraq.

• What's your favorite band?

Alice in Chains

• What's one thing you can not live without?

A nice, cold one.


  • Minnesota State University, Mankato

Recent Articles by Gage

  Waseca boy’s birthday canceled; community rallies to hold him a parade

  Support services available for area veterans

Birthday parade in Waseca

  Teachers from Monroe Elementary hold a parade for students

  Loans available for small businesses in Mankato

  New Ulm business switches production to make medical supplies

  Monroe Elementary hands out supplies and assignments, MAPS gears-up for distance learning

Monroe Elementary teachers hold parade

  Hagedorn, Feehan weigh-in on 2020 campaigns

  Food preservation tips and how to extend shelf life

  University mathematician calculates Minnesota COVID-19 cases

  City Council exercises emergency ordinance authority

  Telehealth visits available at Mankato Clinic

  Teachers show support for students with a parade

  UPDATE: Officials identify man who died in fire Thursday morning

Minnesota is sixth leading state for wildlife conservation contributions

  Social media is an option for those recovering from addiction

Staff at Minnesota State University, Mankato donate frozen meals to students

Fatal fire at Gus Johnson Plaza

  Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota launches at-home play-based program

Bipartisan commission forms to protect medical supplies, Minnesota Senators among them

  Red Cross says it’s safe to donate blood

  Partial closures on bars and restaurants goes into effect; Pub 500 one of many still delivering

  North Mankato hopes planned Highway 14 expansion will boost economic growth

  Mankato school board moves forward with building facilities plan

  VINE suspends in-person activities; TRUE Transit and Meals on Wheels to continue

  Local leaders address Coronavirus preparations; say drive through testing is coming

School officials address COVID-19

Local leaders address COVID-19 preparations

  Flood anxiety lessens as river levels in Windom are lower than last year