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On the Move, 3/2/12

Christine Haas joins KNSD in San Diego from KHOU in Houston. She will anchor the 4 and 5 p.m. newscasts.

WBBM reporter Kristyn Hartman is moving to Columbus in June. She will be a weeknight anchor and reporter for WBNS.

Stacey Bell joins News 12 Long Island from WJW in Cleveland.

Mike Dardis, an anchor and reporter at KOMO in Seattle, is moving to WLWT in Cincinnati, where he will be the 5 p.m. anchor.

KTVX anchor-reporter Robert Maxwell joins KXAN in Austin as morning anchor. Read more

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Former WJW Anchor Stacey Bell Hired at News 12 Long Island

Former WJW anchor Stacey Bell has been hired at News 12 Long Island, the station announced yesterday.

News 12 Networks president Patrick Dolan said in a statement he is “very confident Stacey will be a tremendous asset to our team.” She will anchor the weekday evening newscasts alongside Stone Grissom beginning this week.

Bell was an anchor at Cleveland Fox-affiliate WJW for 14 years before leaving the station in November. She relocated to New York with her husband, who recently accepted a job as the running back coach for the New York Jets.

Tracy McCool Moving to Evenings at WJW

Tracy McCool, who has anchored the WJW morning newscast for eight years, has been named the new evening anchor at the Cleveland Fox-affiliate.

McCool replaces Stacey Bell, who left WJW last month to move to New Jersey with her husband. She will anchor the 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. newscasts.

McCool is an Ohio native who began her career at WJW as an intern and worked her way up to a producer at the station. She made the transition to on-air work at WICU in Erie and WSYX-WTTE in Columbus, returning to WJW in 2000.

“We’re all very proud and happy for Tracy,” WJW president and general manager Greg Easterly said in a statement. “Hers is truly a ‘Cleveland’s own’ success story that all of northeast Ohio can appreciate.”

Stacey Bell Leaving Cleveland’s WJW After 13 Years

After 13 years at WJW, anchor Stacey Bell is leaving the Cleveland Fox-affiliate.

Bell is moving to New Jersey to be with her husband, the running back coach for the New York Jets. Her last broadcast will be tonight.

After joining WJW in 1998 as a reporter for the morning newscast, Bell was named co-anchor of the 5 p.m. newscast in 2000. She moved to the 10 p.m. newscast, which she anchors with Bill Martin, in 2005.

A replacement has not yet been selected for the evening newscast, but the Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports Tracy McCool, the WJW morning anchor, is a likely candidate.