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On the Move, 4/11/13

Kristin Mazur joins WMTV in Madison, Wisc. where she will anchor the 4 p.m. and co-anchor the 5 p.m. newscast. She previously was a weekend anchor and reporter at WFFT in Fort Wayne, Ind.

Debra Daniel joins WAAY in Hunstville, Ala. as the evening anchor. She previously was an anchor and reporter at WSBT in South Bend, Ind.

Reporter Lynn Adler jumps 47 markets as she joins KMPH-KFRE in Fresno from WTAJ in Altoona, Pa.

Journalists in this post are represented by David Brunner of DB & Associates.

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WFFT Reporter Kristin Mazur Catches Up with Charlie Sheen Goddess Bree Olson

WFFT reporter Kristin Mazur faced stiff competition outside of a Fort Wayne courthouse on Tuesday as she attempted to interview Charlie Sheen goddess Bree Olson, who was in town to face a DUI charge.

National tabloids, including TMZ and “Inside Edition,” were in northern Indiana to cover Olson’s appearance before a judge. Olson, whose real name is Rachel Oberlin, grew up in the Fort Wayne area and was arrested in early February on suspicion of drunk driving.

As Olson entered the courthouse, Mazur asked her about a rumor that she had tried to pee on the floor of an emergency room following the arrest. Olson answered with an emphatic “No.”

The judge set a 2-day trial for the DUI case and after the hearing Olson appeared alongside her attorney and answered a handful of questions from reporters.  “Other people don’t know Charlie the way that I do,” she said. “I support him 100 percent.” (TMZ video here).