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Nancy Pender set to depart WFLD-Channel 32


The talent upheaval at Fox-owned WFLD-Channel 32 shows no signs of ending yet. The latest to exit the station's news department is Nancy Pender, who has been with the station for 13 years. She will depart next month. Her contract is not being renewed. Most recently, Pender was the solo anchor of WFLD's Saturday and Sunday evening newscasts. She previously co-anchored the weekend newscasts with Byron Harlan, who exited the station in the spring when his contract was not renewed. Reporter Larry Yellen will take over weekend newscast anchor duties for now.


Larry Yellin? How desperate are you? I'll come anchor. I can do better than Larry.

get rid of Amy Freeze, totally anoying.

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