Anchor Shannon Wolfson leaving KXAN

Shannon Wolfson (KXAN photo)

KXAN news anchor Shannon Wolfson will leave the city’s NBC affiliate later this year.

Wolfson, who co-anchors with Robert Hadlock at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. on KXAN and at 9 p.m. on sister station KNVA, will depart in late November to focus more time on her family and to do some traveling, according to a post on kxan.com.

“If I were to continue in TV news, I’d be staying right here at KXAN,” Wolfson said in the post. “This is one of the strongest news operations in the country, and I have been so lucky to be an anchor at KXAN. I would like to thank my KXAN family and our loyal viewers for the incredible support.”

During two different stints at the station, the University of Texas graduate has held a variety of positions, including general assignments reporter, investigative reporter, 9 p.m. anchor and, since 2013, co-anchor of all four evening newscasts produced by KXAN.

Wolfson took over for Leslie Rhode, who also left the station citing a desire to spend more time with her family.

Wolfson’s job has already been posted on kxan.com.

 

 


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