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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Tracey Neale Decides To Leave CBS-9 News

Famed Washington, DC newscaster Tracey Neale, left, has decided to leave CBS Channel Nine News to raise her two adopted sons, Eyasu Nigel Neale and Emebet Nigella Neale. Having coanchored the 6 and 11 newscasts for three years Neale decided that child rearing was more important right now than her career. She adopted the boys in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia last summer after working on it for a year.

Anyone who has met or knows Neale knows that she is a smart and dynamic person with lots of love to give. It appears she has found her new calling and, as Neale would do, has walked away from a high powered job in one the largest media markets in the United States. We salute you here at AAEA Ms. Neale. (The Washington Post)
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