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On the Move, 5/29/12

Manuel Bojorquez joins CBS News as a Dallas-based correspondent. Bojorquez spent the past five years as a reporter for WSB in Atlanta.

LuAnne Sorrell moves to WOFL in Orlando as morning anchor, from WSVN in Miami, where she has been the weekend morning anchor.

Lisa Chavarria returns home to Chicago as a reporter for WFLD. Previously, Chavarria was a reporter for KHOU in Houston.

Brandon Gunnoe joins WHDH in Boston as weekend evening anchor and reporter. Most recently, Gunnoe was weekend anchor for KVOA in Tucson. Read more

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Reporter Tim Wetzel Joining KHOU in Houston

Houston NBC-affiliate KHOU is adding reporter Tim Wetzel to its news team. His first day will be Monday, according to Houston media blogger Mike McGuff.

Wetzel was most recently a reporter at WTVF in Nashville. He replaces Lisa Chavarria, who is headed to WFLD in Chicago. Chavarria also joined KHOU from WTVF in 2010.

“I’m very excited to join the KHOU team and look forward to working at such a great station,” Wetzel told McGuff.

Reporter Lisa Chavarria Joins WFLD From KHOU

Lisa Chavarria is joining WFLD, the Fox O&O in Chicago, as a general assignment reporter for the 9 p.m. newscast. Her first day will be April 30.

Chavarria has been a reporter at KHOU in Houston since 2010. She has also worked at WTVF in Nashville and WTOM in Traverse City, MI. A Chicago native, she began her career with internships at NBC News’ Chicago bureau and WGN, the CW-affiliate.

“I’m thrilled to be returning to my hometown, doing something I truly love, and that is telling stories about topics that are relevant to the people of Chicago,” Chavarria said in a statement. “I look forward to covering news in this great city, a place that has shaped who I am as a person and a journalist.”