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Ch.2′s Bailey Heading to Chicago

Channel 2 anchor-reporter Marissa Bailey will be leaving the station in a month to seek employment in the Chicago market.

In an email to staffers today, News Director Jeff Woodard said Bailey’s last day at the station will be Jan. 18.

The station tried to keep Bailey, who has become increasingly valuable as an anchor and a reporter in a variety of newscasts in the past five  years.

Woodard’s statement didn’t address why she is leaving Channel 2 without a job elsewhere . But other sources say she is leaving at least partly because she has had an ongoing long distance relationship with a boyfriend who lives in the Windy City.

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5 responses to "Ch.2′s Bailey Heading to Chicago"

  1. Dave says:

    Nooooooo!

  2. Doug says:

    Fitz says he’s not hurt
    December 20, 2011 – 1:35 PM | 0 comments

    Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick pooh-poohed any suggestion injury has been a reason for his poor production in recent weeks. Fitzpatrick took a hard shot to the ribs in the game against Washington on Oct. 30. He was on the injury report the next game, against the Jets, for a “chest” injury. He has not been on the injury report any week since or missed any practice time.

    Asked how long the hit by Washington’s London Flether affected him, Fitzpatrick said: “However long I showed up on the injury report. I’m good to go now, though.”

    Asked if he broke a rib at any point, Fitzpatrick said no.

    Fitzpatrick has not been wearing any extra padding in the locker room or at practice since after the Jets game, and he has not appeared to be wearing any extra protection in games, either. Furthermore, his passes haven’t shown any particular lack of zip; lack of good decision-making, at times, but not lack of zip.

    —Mark Gaughan

  3. This is starting to turn into an exodus over at channel 2. Makes you wonder– I know Gannett’s had some financial trouble as a whole the past two years, but they’ve usually had plenty of money for channel 2. I wonder if the well is starting to run dry.

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