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Reporter James Rose is latest Fox4 retiree


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Fox4 reporter James Rose has decided to retire from the Dallas-based station after a 22-year stay.

His last day will be on April 20th, Rose said in a newsroom memo obtained by unclebarky.com.

Earlier this month, reporter/anchor Richard Ray announced his retirement from Fox4 after 36 years with the station. And in early January, Fox4 reporter Fil Alvarado called it a day after first joining the station in 1985.

“I haven’t been here as long as some, but when it’s time to go, you just know,” Rose said. “I’ve had a fantastic career, had some crazy experiences and made some incredible friends along the way.”

Rose said he plans to “do something new, exciting and rewarding” after a total of nearly 30 years in television. “I will always be a journalist at heart. I truly believe ‘the 4th branch’ is an in integral fabric that binds us as a country. I’m proud to have been a part of such an incredible and uniquely American profession.”

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