Boedeker reports Bailey will make her on-air debut on November 25, replacing Michelle Wargo, who will sign off on November 22.
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It is a return to Harrisonburg for Webb, who worked there for six years before joining WDBJ in 2006. He will be WHSV’s weather director and weekday morning and noon meteorologist after he signs off from WDBJ on May 22.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for me to grow in this industry that’s been so good to me, plus I get to do it in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley, a place my wife Sarah and I called home from 2000-2006,” Webb wrote. “I will miss my WDBJ family. I have been exposed to a talented team of broadcasters and meteorologists … I look forward to what the future holds in JMU country, but I will always be rooted here.” [h/t The Roanoke Star]
“It’s so exciting to be able to begin my career at a station like TV3 Winchester,” Lewis told TVSpy. “I’m pleased to know they believe I am a perfect fit for the station and looking forward to reporting my first story.”
Lewis will begin his first job in TV news next Monday.
The news hit close to home as TV3, an ABC-affiliate in Winchester, VA owned by Gray Television, reported this week that Ryan O’Connor, a former reporter with the station, had been sentenced to four years in jail for the possession of child pornography and propositioning a sexual encounter with a 15-year-old girl online.
O’Connor, 25, was arrested in September 2009 and charged with four counts of child pornography, one count of taking indecent liberties with a child and one count of using a computer related to those crimes. In February, he pleaded guilty as part of an agreement that would cap his maximum jail time at 10 years.
O’Connor has been sentenced to four years in prison, according to TV3, plus ten years of supervised probation.
Shortly after his arrest in 2009, TV3 terminated his employment. Read more
O’Connor had worked for the Winchester, VA ABC-affiliate as a weekend reporter and videojournalist. He was arrested in 2009 and charged with four counts of child pornography, one count of taking indecent liberties with a child and one count of using a computer related to those crimes.
WHSV terminated O’Connor’s employment shortly after his arrest. Read more