Anne Keefe’s first work in broadcasting was performing bit parts in soap operas. She rose through the ranks to become a television news anchor in Rochester, NY.
In 1976, she was hired as a talk show host at KMOX where she stayed until her retirement in 1993. Her work there soon earned her the honorary title of “dean of women radio reporters” in the region. She was honored for that work by the Missouri Press Women and Missouri Bar Association. She was also the recipient of a Peabody Award and two Armstrong Awards.