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WTVR Reporter Suspended After DUI

Mark Holmberg, reporter and commentator for Richmond, VA, CBS affiliate WTVR has been suspended after being charged with driving under the influence Friday morning, The Richmond Times Dispatch reports.

WTVR anchor Lorenzo Hall told viewers of Holmberg’s arrest during Friday’s 5:00pm news. In his report, he quoted station general manager Stephen Hayes as saying, “We take these allegations very seriously and we are looking into the matter further.”

New King County Sheriff’s Department said Holmberg was arrested on Interstate 64 around 2:30 Friday morning. Holmberg told the Times Dispatch he had a blood alcohol level of .1. The legal limit in Virginia is .08.

The station said Holmberg is due in court next Tuesday, July 2. WTVR declined to comment on the story.

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Anchor Julie Bragg Joining WTVR in Richmond

After a two-year hiatus from television, Julie Bragg will join WTVR this Summer, Richmond Magazine reports.

Bragg, who used to be an anchor for Richmond NBC-affiliate WWBT, will begin at CBS-affiliate WTVR on August 6 as the 5 and 5:30 p.m. co-anchor. She will be paired with Lorenzo Hall, who is currently a reporter and weekend anchor for the station.

“She loves the broadcasting business,” WTVR general manager Stephen Hayes said. “We believe that’s what she was meant to do.”

The 5 and 5:30 p.m. newscasts are currently anchored by Sam Brock and Stephanie Rochon. Beginning in August, Rochon will continue to anchor the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts, while Brock will be a fill-in anchor and will work on other projects for the station, according to Richmond Magazine.