According to sfltv.com, the move was no surprise,
Tipsters told us he may be on the way out but that his contract was into its third year and past the ’out clause’ period so WFOR had to wait for it to run out, which just happened.
Lee Zimmerman, WFOR’s director of communications said in a statement posted to GossipExtra, “Antonio has been a valued member of the CBS4 News team throughout his five years here. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”
Mora joined WFOR from Chicago CBS owned station WBBM in 2008. Before working for WBBM, he was on the news desk for “Good Morning America.” Mora had been the solo anchor for WFOR’s 6 p.m. newscast.