Miller most recently worked at WXII, the NBC affiliate in Winston-Salem, as a weekend news and sports anchor. She left in May after two years with the station.
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“These last three weeks have been the longest three weeks of my life,” Lee told viewers with her voice choked with emotion. “It’s just unbelievable how your life can change in an instant, and we’re just so blessed that we’re given a second chance to rebuild it.”
Lee took time off after her husband was involved in a serious motorcycle accident in May. She told viewers he is doing much better and is currently in rehab in St. Paul, MN. She also told viewers, “We just can’t wait to bring him home.” You can watch the video on the station’s website by clicking here.
After the accident, the station set up a fund for the anchor and her family. Click here for more info. Lee ended by saying, “We couldn’t have done this without everyone’s support and love. Again from the bottom of our hearts, Thank you so much.”
“Investigators believe she was kidnapped, but they’ve never named a suspect, or found her body,” KGAN reporter Alice Barr told viewers on Thursday. “Now some renewed interest in the case has her family and friends more dedicated than ever to finding justice for Jodi.” Read more
“Well this is it my friends, it’s time to hang up my hat here at ABC 6 News,” Sosna wrote on his Facebook page this morning. “It’s been nothing short of a pleasure delivering you the weather each morning.”
Before joining KAAL, Sosna worked as a weather producer for WNBC.
No word yet on what his role will be with the NBC flagship.
>Update: Sosna will work as a weather producer on WNBC’s morning newscast.
“This case still haunts the entire TV industry as well as her family and friends,” Bednar told the Mason City Globe Gazette.
In discussing her motivation for writing the book, titled “Dead Air: The Disappearance of Jodi Huisentruit,” Bednar said that she felt an affinity for Huisentruit since the two worked in the same market and she also experienced the fear of traveling to and from work alone late at night or in the early morning.
Huisentruit disappeared while on her way to work for KIMT’s morning newscast. “I’ve walked in her shoes,” Bednar said.
The book is being released at the end of April.