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News 9 Anchor Stan Miller Kisses Pig On Live TV

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Stan was surprised but played by the rules. He planted a big wet one on "Izzy" live on News 9 This Morning. Stan was surprised but played by the rules. He planted a big wet one on "Izzy" live on News 9 This Morning.
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Chief Meteorologist David Payne isn't the only News 9 anchor whose had to pucker up and kiss a pig this week.

9/23/2013 Related Story: David Payne Kisses Pig For 'Food For Kids'

News 9 held a contest during the Oklahoma State Fair to raise money for the Regional Food Bank's Food for Kids program. The rules were simple: The news anchor with the most money raised had to kiss a pig.

Visitors at the fair gave more than $2,600 to see David Payne kiss a pig and he did!

However, behind the scenes we were working with Continental Resources and the company made a $5,000 donation to the Food Bank to make sure News 9 Morning Anchor Stan Miller also kissed a pig.

The whole thing was a surprise until we showed up in the studio Tuesday morning with a baby pig named "Izzy."

Stan was surprised but played by the rules. He planted a big wet one on "Izzy" live on News 9 This Morning.

In all, News 9 collected more than $12,000 for the Food for Kids program. Thank you, Oklahoma!

Also, a big thank you to Emily Wagner, Sam Wagner and Kayle Byrd from Yukon for bringing Izzy to the News 9 studios early in the morning.

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