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WDAZ Sports Reporter Arrested for DUI

danweb_wdaDan Corey, assistant sports director for Grand Forks, ND, ABC affiliate WDAZ was arrested for DUI last weekend.

“We regret to inform you that over the weekend Dan Corey received a DUI,” anchor Stacie Van Dyke told viewers on Monday. “Dan is a sports reporter here at WDAZ. A court date is set for May 16th.”

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Terry Dullum, Victor Correa Promoted at WDAZ

dullum correaWDAZ, the ABC affiliate in Grand Forks, N.D., has announced Terry Dullum (left) as the new 6 p.m. anchor and Victor Correa (right) as the new 10 p.m. anchor.

Dullum and Correa will both anchor alongside Stacie Van Dyke. They replace Rob Hudson, who resigned as the 6 and 10 p.m. co-anchor in February.

“I looked out into my own newsroom and saw two of the greatest people I have ever worked with in the business and they are already right here at WDAZ,” news director Julie Moravchik said in a statement. “So it was a thrill to promote both Terry and Victor to the positions I feel they earned. I know they will continue to serve our community well and make the viewers proud.”

Dullum, a 39-year veteran of the station, will remain in his role as the 5 p.m. co-anchor. The changes go into effect April 14.

One Anchor Leaves Grand Forks Station, Another Gets Promoted

stacie-pic_wdazWDAZ has promoted Stacie Van Dyke to 6:00 and 10:00 p.m. anchor to replace Molly Thorvilson who leaves the station today.

“It’s hard to see Molly go, but I am proud to promote Stacie to the position,” said Julie Moravchik, news director for the Grand Forks, ND, ABC station. “She is a hard worker, a great person and an all around class act. She is the perfect fit for this job.”

“It’s bittersweet for me to say goodbye, but I think WDAZ’s decision to promote Stacie is a good one,” said Thorvilson, who told the the Grand Forks Herald she is leaving for her dream job working at a mountain resort in Montana.

Van Dyke currently anchors the station’s 5:00 p.m. news. She moves to her new position on Monday.