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Dallas Reporter Craig Civale Leaving WFAA

Reporter Craig Civale is leaving Dallas ABC-affiliate WFAA, media blogger Ed Bark reports. He will be leaving television to join Baylor Health Care System in Dallas. “I will be working with the team over there on their marketing strategies and continuing to build the brand,” Civale told Bark. “It’s a hard decision. This is all I’ve ever done. But it was time to focus more on my family and this opportunity allows me to do just that.
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