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The announcement comes the same week WCCO welcomed a new face.
She's been on a leave of absence since last year.
She went viral after claiming live, on-air, she was being muzzled by her employer.
She says she'll be leaking audio via Project Veritas, a right-wing activist organization that targets media organizations using sting operations.
She has been with the station since 2014.
The broadcaster and news service is under major budget pressure.
The service went live on Thursday.
Former KARE 11 reporter Blake McCoy stepped in to host on Saturday.
Nobody was hurt, and the whole thing turned out not to be a big deal.
Reports say he admitted accessing child porn "for several years."
The Maresh family also provided an update on the condition of 5-year-old Kade.
For the second year, the list of medical conditions that qualify for marijuana use is growing.