Susan Wornick

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Erika Tarantal Joins WCVB From WNBC - Posted February 10, 2014
Erika Tarantal is joining WCVB, Hearst's ABC affiliate in Boston, as an anchor and reporter. She joins the station after six years at ... [TVSpy]

Boston Stations Break In for Whitey Bulger Trial Verdict Coverage - Posted August 12, 2013
        The fifth day of jury deliberations in the racketeering and conspiracy trial of Boston gangster James Whitey Bulger brought a guilty verdict on 33 counts which included 11 murders. Bulger was one of America's most wanted fugitives after disappearing in 1995 un... [TVSpy]

Longtime Boston Anchor Susan Wornick Announces Retirement From WCVB - Posted July 22, 2013
Susan Wornick, a veteran anchor and reporter at WCVB, has announced plans to retire from the Boston ABC affiliate next year. Wornick joined the station in 1981 and has anchored the noon ... [TVSpy]

Former Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez Charged With Murder - Posted June 26, 2013
For most of the day, Boston stations have been in continuing coverage of the of arrest of NFL player Aaron Hernandez, who has been charged with murder of a 27-year-old s... [TVSpy]

Hearst, WCVB Celebrate Anniversaries at Joint Party - Posted September 28, 2012
Hearst threw a party at Boston's Museum of Fine arts Thursday night to celebrate two milestone events: Hearst turning 125 and WCVB, the company's ABC affiliate, ... [TVSpy]

Hearst, WCVB Celebrate Anniversaries at Joint Party - Posted September 28, 2012
Hearst threw a party at Boston's Museum of Fine arts Thursday night to celebrate two milestone events: Hearst turning 125 and WCVB, the company's ABC affiliate, ... [SocialTimes.com]

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