Wednesday was Laine Baker's last day on KNWA Today! Now you can catch her weeknights at 5:30 & 9 on Fox 24!
KNWA Today & Fox Morning Edge crew.
(KNWA/Fox 24) -- Wednesday was Laine Baker's last day on KNWA Today! Now you can catch her weeknights at 5:30 & 9 on Fox 24! Watch the video above to see Laine's sendoff, and her message to KNWA Today viewers!
Click here, to wish Laine good luck in her new role as evening anchor on The Fox News Edge!
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