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Lohan Arrest Dominates NYC’s Morning Newscasts

New York stations were prepping their morning newscasts Thursday morning when Lindsay Lohan was arrested in Chelsea for allegedly assaulting a woman at a nightclub shortly after 4amET.

WCBS and WABC both reported the news at 5:33 a.m. WCBS reported the actress was “being questioned in an altercation.” WBAC reported Lohan has been arrested and said a WABC crew was on the way to the police station.

WNBC and WNYW both reported the news at 5:41 a.m., with WNBC citing TMZ. WPIX, reporting the news at 5:42 a.m., already had Mike Gilliam live from the 10th precinct in Chelsea, the first reporter on the scene. Read more

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On the Move, 5/15/12

Diana Perez joins ABC News as a New York-based NewsOne correspondent. She previously was a reporter and anchor at WBZ in Boston.

WNYW reporter Katherine Creag joins rival WNBC in New York City.

MLB Network host Lisa Kerney joins WCBS in New York City as a sportscaster and feature reporter.

Araksya Karapetyan joins KTTV in Los Angeles as a reporter. She previously worked at KOIN in Portland. Read more

After Leaving WNYW, Reporter Katherine Creag Pops Up at WNBC

Reporter Katherine Creag, who left WNYW in October after 5 years with the Fox-affiliate, has joined crosstown rival WNBC.

“It’s great here,” Creag told FishbowlNY. “I already knew a lot of the morning photographers and reporters because I had seen them out in the field, when I reported for Fox 5.”

Creag is a veteran of the New York market, having worked as a reporter for 24-hour news channel NY1 before joining WNYW.

According to FishbowlNY, Creag joined WNBC as a freelancer on January 17 and has mostly been appearing on the station’s morning newscasts.