WFAA Anchor Back To Work After Injury

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

WFAA morning anchor, Ron Corning, is back working.

TVSpy first reported when Corning fell and broke his knee while on a house tour in New Mexico about a month ago. He says he been recovering since.

“While you’re going through it, you are home with your thoughts a lot of the time and thinking about your life,” Corning said on air yesterday morning.

He told co-anchor, Alexa Conomos, that his mom suffered a bad fall when she was 39 years old that left her with a brain injury. “All things considered I am doing ok.”

The anchor at the Tegna owned Dallas station came back wearing a full leg brace. He says he will undergo weeks of physical therapy.

You can watch the entire segment below.