“I’ve decided to put my TV career on hold and spend more time with my husband and our two small children,” she told viewers at the end of last night’s 10:00 p.m. news. “I know the next few weeks will be very emotional for me. So, I don’t want to say too much right now. I’ll get a chance to say an appropriate good-bye on the 12th.”
The anchor for the Biloxi, MS, ABC and digital CBS station started her career at WDSU in New Orleans. She moved to WLOX as a producer and has also worked as an on-air personality for 97.9 WCPR-FM in Biloxi before becoming an anchor for WLOX.