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Whatever happened to WWAY meteorologist Sonya Stevens?

Amy Hotz
StarNews

After recently leaving WWAY, Sonya Stevens became the morning and noon meteorologist at WMAZ in Macon, Ga.

Andy Combs, general manager, said WWAY does not divulge employee information, especially pertaining to their on-air personalities, but he would say that her contract expired. For more information about Stevens, who grew up in South Carolina, visit her bio here: http://www.13wmaz.com/news/local/story.aspx?storyid=65827&catid=170

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2 Responses to “ Whatever happened to WWAY meteorologist Sonya Stevens?”

  1. On August 28, 2009 at 10:22 am jane doe wrote:

    Her contract did expire and instead of staying on a sinking ship, she left! WWAY is sinking and going down fast! The owners of the station, Morris Media, don’t want to pay the personalities what they should and don’t want to spend the money to update the antiquated equipment. Because they refuse to put any money into the station, the people they do hire leave as soon as they possibly can!!

  2. On August 31, 2010 at 7:04 pm Lori wrote:

    I met Sonya when I visited the station to meet Chris Phillips, the chief meteorologist. She was very nice to me, showing me the computers and other areas of the station. I wish her well at her new job.