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Marianne Rafferty is a former overnight anchor and correspondent for Fox News Channel. She joined FNC in 2006 as a correspondent based in Fox's Atlanta bureau. While based in Atlanta, Rafferty covered Hurricane Dean's path from Jamaica and also reported on the Duke lacrosse case. Rafferty left Fox News in December 2014.
Marianne Michelle Silber
September 19, 1971
|Alma mater||Bellarmine University|
|Occupation||News anchor & correspondent|
|Employer||Tribune Broadcasting - KFOR Oklahoma City|
On September 2, 2016, Marianne Rafferty announced during the 5:00 p.m. broadcast she was leaving KFOR in Oklahoma City and moving to the west coast to be closer to family.
She joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2006 as a special correspondent with Fox News in the Atlanta, Georgia bureau. She moved to Fox's New York bureau in late 2009, becoming an overnight anchor and correspondent
As of September 8, 2016, she is no longer working for KFOR-TV.
- Marianne Michelle Silber in New York, NY
- Marianne Rafferty's Twitter account, stating she is a former Fox News Anchor and Correspondent.
- Bio on FoxNews.com
- Ian Rafferty Marriage and Divorce Records
- Ian Rafferty Linkedin webpage
- Fox News Channel Streamlines Assignment Desk
- Marianne Rafferty on Twitter, 6:38 PM - 17 May 2012