Anchor Greg Glover tossed to a video tribute chronicling Cawley’s impact on the community and the station.
“I am so grateful to WRCB for each and every opportunity they have extended to me over the past six years,” said Cawley in a statement. “It has been a true privilege to cover local sports in the Chattanooga area, and I feel incredibly blessed to have met so many outstanding athletes, coaches, parents and sports fans along the way. My wife and I are excited for this next step in our journey, but we will miss Chattanooga very much.”
Cawley joined WRCB in 2007. He is following his wife to Nashville.
WRCB announced weekend sports anchor Paul Shahen will replace Cawley.
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