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Benita Zahn leaving WNYT

6 days ago   |   By Times Union

Benita Zahn is leaving WNYT. The veteran news anchor and reporter made the announcement on-air Tuesday night. Zahn has been with the station for more than 40 years, according to her LinkedIn, reporting on health-related topic for most of that time.
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