Belich has been with WFTV since 1992 and has made a name for herself in central Florida with her aggressive coverage of the Anthony case over the last couple of years. As the much-publicized case drags on, WFTV wanted to makes sure that it locked up its star reporter.
The murder trial is set to begin in May.
“I am very happy. I love my job,” Belich said about the new contract.
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