WUSA Reporter Turns in Mic After 37 Years

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

She’s held many hats for 37 years at WUSA in Washington D.C.

This week Andrea Roane announced her time has come to an end as an anchor-reporter in the Nation’s Capitol.

“On Monday, the station announced to my colleagues my upcoming retirement. I’ll be on the air until the end of July.
You have welcomed me into your homes, your lives for 37-years as an anchor/reporter mornings, noon, nights and weekends covering stories from sports and politics to education, health and the arts,” she said in a Facebook post.

Roane started at the Tegna owned station in 1981. So what’s next for the longtime journalist?

“Well, more to come; stay tuned. God bless you all. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your prayers, good wishes, and for watching me,” she concluded.

Her last day on air will be this Summer.