Clark sex chating
He has two teenagers and a wife and is now waiting to see what his future will be.
Stephen Clark is retiring at the end of February after a 16-year career as an anchor and journalist at WXYZ-TV (Channel 7), the station reported Monday evening.
He also remains committed to Scarlet's Smile Foundation, a nonprofit named after his granddaughter that is raising money to build a barrier-free playground.
"At the end of February I’ll turn my side of the news desk over to somebody else and go home for dinner with my family," Clark wrote.
The Harvard Crimson reports it received screenshots of the inappropriate pictures and jokes that were sent within a private Facebook chat group.
Some mocked sexual assault, the Holocaust and the deaths of children, while others had punch lines that were directed at specific ethnic or racial groups.
The octogenarian psychologist who dispenses advice in e Harmony commercials is no longer chief executive officer, the company said on Tuesday.
But Warren, who co-founded e Harmony in Los Angeles in 2000, will continue to serve the company as chairman.
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"I have a few other things I’d like to accomplish as well.
My granddaughter Scarlet was born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a condition that makes every day extra-special.
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