Sources on television news-related message boards are reporting that Amanda Grove's last day at CBS 2 News was Friday. She reportedly e-mailed her colleagues at CBS 2, thanking them and wishing them well. Her biography page remains listed on CBS 2's website, CBSNEWYORK.com.
Behind The Headlines: Amanda Grove
Amanda Grove joined WCBS-TV in late December, 1999 from cable network CNBC, and was originally going to anchor "NEWS 2 at 4:00" with Dana Tyler starting the following month. She anchored "NEWS 2 at 6:00" with Dana Tyler for a few evenings around the holiday season. Then it was decided that the 4:00 anchor team would be Stephen Clark and Dana Tyler. Amanda Grove began anchoring "NEWS 2 This Morning" with Cindy Hsu in January, 2000, and "CBS MarketWatch New York" with Betsy Karetnick for a few months. In early June, she moved to anchoring the weekend newscast with Vince DeMentri. While anchoring on the weekends, she reported three days a week for "CBS 2 On The Money". She has been the weekend anchor until this past August, when Kirstin Cole replaced her.