Published on Wednesday, 06 June 2012 13:44
On May 4th, WGN-TV lead news anchor Mark Suppelsa announced
he was taking an extended personal leave of absence from his job to voluntarily enter a one-month program at a rehab center in Minnesota. This afternoon he announced that he is coming back to his job, returning to WGN-TV tomorrow evening.
On his Facebook and Twitter accounts a short while ago, Suppelsa announced his return and thanked everybody for the outpouring of support he has received since his announcement at the start of last month. Said Suppelsa today
: "To EVERYONE on Facebook and Twitter, friends and strangers, I cannot possibly thank you individually for the encouraging, thoughtful and wise words. My gratitude to you is immense. See you Thursday."
Mark Suppelsa will be back behind the WGN-TV News anchor desk tomorrow at 5:00pm and again at 9:00pm.
Suppelsa has been WGN-TV's lead news anchor since joining the station in the summer of 2008.