A look back at Adrianna Hopkins’ two years at WDSU

Friday night was a bittersweet. I’m happy for Adrianna and the next chapter in her new, married life. But I’ll miss the fun we had on air and off. I’ll miss her laugh, sarcasm, directness and friendship. When you anchor with someone, a lot of things happen on-air that go unnoticed by viewers. When you have a great on-air partner like Adrianna, a pending disaster takes a 180 and goes off without a hitch. You think the same. You react the same. You look out for each other.

I can’t recall having an argument or a disagreement in 2+ years. We worked in the same direction every day. Now she is moving in a different direction, but that’s fine. She left me some of her hairspray.

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