“This was probably the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make,” Zinni told The Cleveland Plain-Dealer. “I’ve been so lucky. This is the greatest station in Cleveland, and they did everything they could to convince me to stay. But this was an opportunity I just couldn’t pass up.”
Zinni hasn’t said where he’s going or when his last day will be. “But I am returning to an area where I used to work,” he said.
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