Longtime NBC correspondent Kevin Tibbles retires

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Chicago based NBC News correspondent Kevin Tibbles retired from the network Jan. 27, 2022, after 27 years.

Prior to joining NBC, the Canadian native already had spent 15 years at the CBC.

He joined NBC in 1995 and was based in London. He moved stateside in 2000, being assigned to the Windy City bureau.

Tibbles has four Emmys, a Peabody and numerous other awards to his name and have traveled the globe over the course of his career, including helping cover the Olympics in Torino, Beijing, Vancouver, London and Sochi.

He’s covered countless stories from around the world on a wide range of topics, including the fall of the Berlin Wall while with the CBC, tracking down a father of one of the 9/11 hijackers in Cairo for an NBC interview and Princess Dianas’ funeral.

The network aired a look back at his TV news career on Jan. 27’s “NBC Nightly News,” where his work was praised by anchor Lester Holt.