Many Laura Moody fans wonder if she quit her job or was diagnosed with a medical condition. Laura, who used to post on her Twitter account frequently, has also stopped posting on her social media accounts.
There is a rumor that Laura might have a tremor disorder and a medical disease condition. However, the official information has not been disclosed yet, so her fans are requested to hope for the best.
Laura worked as a morning and evening anchor at Nashville’s ABC station WKRN before joining Fox 13. Her career as an anchor began in Sarasota, where she worked for SNN, a New York Times-owned station.
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Laura Moody is an experienced American journalist who is currently employed as a news anchor at Fox 13 Station.
Every morning from 6 to 10 a.m., she co-anchors Good Day Tampa Bay with Russell. This show airs every weekday on WTVT.
Moody started her career in broadcasting at SNN, a station owned by The New York Times. Laura previously served as a weekend and nightly anchor for WKRN, Nashville’s ABC affiliate.
Laura began her broadcasting career with SNN, a New York-based station, following college. She moved to Nashville soon after, where she worked as an anchor for WKRN.
Laura Moody joined MacDill Air Force Base and participated in a once-in-a-lifetime skydiving experience.
She recently flew with the US Air Force’s Thunderbirds to honor their outstanding service in defending the country.
In 2008, she traveled to Philadelphia through a snowstorm to cover the World Series and American League Championship games.
In her free time, Laura enjoys watching the Tampa Bay Lightning play. Laura is a co-chair of the March of Dimes’ March for Babies.