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The residents of Waco, Texas, were eagerly waiting for their favorite anchor, Breanna Molloy, to return to Good Morning Texas after her maternity leave. However, it’s been recently announced that Breanna Molloy is leaving KXXV-TV. And now, 25 News KXXV viewers want to know where the award-winning anchor is going and if she’s also leaving Waco. Find out what Breanna Molloy had to say about her departure from 25 News KXXV.

Breanna Molloy’s Education and Career

In 2012, Breanna Molloy graduated from Regent University in Virginia Beach with a degree in cinematography and television. After two months of graduation, the anchor married Thomas Molloy, whom she met at summer camp when she was 14 years old.

Breanna Molloy began her career in March 2016 at KATC TV3 in Lafayette, Louisiana. The reporter got the chance to travel to Cuba as a solo reporter in the wake of President Obama’s visit in 2016.

In 2017, Molloy moved to Cincinnati and joined WCPO 9 News as a multimedia journalist. She was also a part of WCPO-TV’s enterprise team and produced feature-length pieces in addition to her daily assignments.

The anchor moved to Texas in 2018 for her husband’s new job. She accepted a position with WFAA-TV as a health photojournalist in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. And while there, the Molloys welcomed their first son.

In 2021, Breanna Molloy joined 25 News KXXV in Waco, Texas. She is the weekday morning anchor for Good Morning Texas at 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m.

Moreover, Molloy has received over a dozen awards from the Associated Press, the Association of Broadcasters, and the National Press Photographers Association (NPPA), in addition to four regional Emmys.

Breanna Molloy to Exit KXXV-TV

The anchor announced the news of her second pregnancy in May 2022. And in October 2022, she gave birth to her second child, a baby girl.

Waco residents have been waiting for Molloy’s return from maternity leave. But now, the anchor has announced her exit from the station.

Breanna Molloy is leaving KXXV-TV to take care of her kids and said, “I will not be returning to anchor the morning show at 25 news! Instead, I’m taking the opportunity to stay home with the kiddos to enjoy these early years. It’s true — it really does go by so fast!”

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Although Molloy’s morning show viewers will miss her, they are excited about her next journey.