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He spent the next three years as the main anchor at KLTV in Tyler, Texas, before moving to KFOR in Oklahoma City in 1989.
He joined WDIV as a reporter in 1995, and took an anchor position in 1996.
Mara Mac Donald is an American television reporter, known for her recent work at NBC affiliate WDIV-TV, owned by Post-Newsweek Stations in Detroit, Michigan.
A native of the Detroit area, Mac Donald is a graduate of the Detroit Country Day School.
Mac Donald began her career in television working as a producer at WKBD-TV in Southfield, Michigan.
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She took her first reporting job at WLNS-TV, a CBS affiliate located in Lansing, Michigan.
Mac Donald moved to Richmond, Virginia, where she worked as reporter for ABC affiliate WRIC-TV.
He originally created "Flashpoint" at KFOR where it continues to air, currently hosted by Kevin Ogle.