Remembering Beloved Cameraman William ‘Boog’ Powell

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We want to take a moment to say goodbye to a member of the KTLA Morning News.

William Powell was a studio cameraman here for many years.

We knew him as ‘Boog’, named after former Major League Baseball player Boog Powell.

He worked with us here on the morning news for 10-years before retiring.

Boog died January 2 after a long battle with kidney disease.

We will miss you buddy.

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