News director Rick Willis (center), photographed in 2002 in the Time Warner News 14 Carolina newsroom in Raleigh.
News director Rick Willis (center), photographed in 2002 in the Time Warner News 14 Carolina newsroom in Raleigh. Mel Nathanson Mel Nathanson
News director Rick Willis (center), photographed in 2002 in the Time Warner News 14 Carolina newsroom in Raleigh. Mel Nathanson Mel Nathanson
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Longtime local news director retires after 50 years in broadcast journalism

October 06, 2017 09:53 AM

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