"Having the opportunity to rejoin my FOX family is a dream come true," Noland said in a statement. "I am blessed and excited to call Philadelphia my home."
Now here's where the story gets more interesting for some Houston television news viewers. Guess who Noland's co-anchor will be? That's right, former KPRC 2 anchor Iain Page!
It really is a small local TV news. Your competitor could one day be sitting next to you in another market. Hey kids, play nicely out there in the news sandbox.
Earlier, she was weekday morning anchor and reporter at the FOX O&O WJBK in Detroit. Throughout her career, Noland has served at KIMO-TV in Anchorage, Alaska, reporter and anchor for KFSN-TV in Fresno, CA and KGO-TV in San Francisco and evening weekday anchor/reporter at KJEO-TV in Fresno, CA. Noland began her career as an intern for KATN-TV in Fairbanks, Alaska. During this time, she produced, edited and broadcasted news for KWLF-FM in Fairbanks.
By the way, Noland was replaced at KHOU by KABC's Lisa Hernadez and Page by KTVT 11 anchor Keith Garvin.
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