Allen, who said he is not retiring, told viewers in his farewell, “[The] longest farewell tour in television history comes to an end tonight. As you’ve probably heard by now I’m wrapping up a nearly 39 years here at 13 to go try some other things while I’m still upright.” He went on to thank the people he’d worked with over the years then added, “I will see you again soon. I need a drink.” Read more
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“I’m thrilled to come home to Texas and join the team at KTRK,” Bailey told McGuff. “I look forward to working alongside Bob Allen and the great group he’s assembled in the sports office.”