Ruggles joined WCAU in 1974 as a general assignment reporter and has held a variety of positions at the station, including anchor and weathercaster. He will reduce his workload this Fall in preparation for his December retirement.
In a statement announcing the news, WCAU news director Anzio Williams said, “I can honestly say you will have to look very hard to find a better person that is a superior journalist.”
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